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David Gaspin
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David Gaspin is attending Ryan Leary's event

Lead the charge in Facebook Recruiting at http://bit.ly/FacebookWebinarBadRhino

January 24, 2013 from 1pm to 1:45pm
Date: January 24thTime: 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM ESTFacebook reaching 1 Billion users in October 2012, it's no surprise that the social network is a popular destination for recruiters. While some have been using the tool to their advantage for years, many aren't sure where to begin and how to build their strategy. This session will cover:How to setup and optimize your pageThe importance of defining your target audienceThree categories of content that can be used on FacebookSome basic ways to recruit…See More
Jan 21, 2013
A blog post by David Gaspin was featured

The Player-Coach Phenomenon

When reading job descriptions, I’m sure you’ve come across the term “player-coach” more than once. It’s a designation that employers use for positions that have management authority but are also expected to get their hands dirty on some day-to-day work. Seems reasonable, right? Especially when you’re talking about the junior-management levels where employees are in a team lead role,…See More
Sep 11, 2012
Lee commented on David Gaspin's blog post 'The Player-Coach Phenomenon'
"The player-coach role is one that is very familiar to those in the non-profit world. With limited budgets and much of the workforce being volunteers, almost every paid employee "manages" someone, if only on p/t or casual basis."
Sep 10, 2012
Tim Spagnola liked David Gaspin's blog post The Player-Coach Phenomenon
Sep 10, 2012
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The Player-Coach Phenomenon

When reading job descriptions, I’m sure you’ve come across the term “player-coach” more than once. It’s a designation that employers use for positions that have management authority but are also expected to get their hands dirty on some day-to-day work. Seems reasonable, right? Especially when you’re talking about the junior-management levels where employees are in a team lead role,…See More
Sep 7, 2012
David Gaspin commented on Poonam Bhanushali's blog post 'How to deal with On Hold candidates.Appreciate views.'
"I've found that honesty is the best policy. You want to keep your candidates "warm" for your clients, obviously, but you need to do this by keeping them informed. Give them the best information that you have. "There have been…"
Aug 3, 2012
David Gaspin replied to Tracey Cress's discussion 'HELP! Need tag line ideas please.'
"We put the knowledge in technology. Where's Waldo? Who cares! We've got your next great hire. We recruit. You decide. Your local purveyors of awesome. We'll do the talent; you do the rest. Your next great hire is just a phone call…"
Jul 26, 2012
David Gaspin replied to Tracey Cress's discussion 'HELP! Need tag line ideas please.'
"You say the word, and we'll find the nerd."
Jul 26, 2012

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David Gaspin's Blog

The Player-Coach Phenomenon

When reading job descriptions, I’m sure you’ve come across the term “player-coach” more than once. It’s a designation that employers use for positions that have management authority but are also expected to get their hands dirty on some day-to-day work. Seems reasonable, right? Especially when you’re talking about the junior-management levels where…

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Posted on September 7, 2012 at 11:41am — 1 Comment

33,000 Career Experts Can’t Be Wrong(?)

I got an email the other day making the claim that “33,000 recruiters can’t be wrong.” The email wanted me to buy whatever it was that the company was selling (OK, the email didn’t want that. Emails are inanimate objects and don’t actually want anything. But I digress.) The first thought that popped into my head was “just how many recruiters are…

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Posted on January 24, 2012 at 11:07am — 5 Comments

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