A New Perspective: Five Unexpected Ways to Approach the HR Buyer.
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We know how easy it is to get stuck in a rut—to glide happily from day to day with the same comfortable routine. When it comes to marketing to Human Capital Management (HCM) buyers, [...]
Come one, come all! It’s time for the Carnival of HR here at JPIE. We gave the blogosphere a prompt this time and it responded with a fury. So… what did you wish you were able to learn at SHRM? What did you notice? Who did you meet? Did you even attend? All these questions and more will be addressed in the JPIE edition of Carnival of HR.
ERE.net – John Sanders
How to Land a Job Fresh Out of School
In this economic recovery stage, jobs for recent graduates are not plentiful. Thus, improving your resume to give more dynamic descriptions is necessary. Tips on vital social skills are also outlined in order to give you an edge over all other candidates.
RecruitingBlogs.com – Vivek Jothi
Attracting the best candidates in the business realm requires HR Marketing. The media chosen for marketing can vary from job fairs to webinars. However it is most important to choose the most relevant source of media to appeal to the people you are interested in.
RecruitingBlogs.com – Matt Deutsch
Should Recruiters Add Contracting [...]
Blog Posts for All Users on ERE.net – Adam Lewis
Does your cover letter stand out? In the recent Web 2.0 revolution, a candidate’s cover letter has remained traditionally unchanged. Read more from this blog to find out how, as a potential candidate, you can better convey your individuality and skills to recruiters.
The Future [...]
The Daily Briefing June 24, 2010
Recruiting Blogs – Dean Da Costa
Fact, Fiction and Reputation!!!
When you’re in a job position where you must be large and in charge, others may view you negatively because of your unwavering work ethic. Therefore, some fictional negative qualities may be connected to you. Be prepared to defend the positive aspects [...]
HR Bartender – Sharlyn Lauby
Manage Your Office Door
Sharlyn Lauby blogs about different connotations doors can have in offices. Conference room’s can allude to ‘being fired’, and not having a door at all can lead to keeping an open door environment. Doors provide unspoken messages, read more of this blog to learn other hidden meanings.
Recruiting Blogs – Matt Deutsch
B-Level Candidates? Then It’s a B-Level Company
Deutsch disagrees with the idea that only employed candidates should be considered when screening job applications. He feels like unemployed A-Level applicants who apply are disregarded in B-Level Companies.
Recruiting Blogs – Bernard Ferret
What is a Green Job?
The definition of a green job has become unclear [...]
HR Bartender – Sharlyn Lauby
Handling Workplace Retaliation
Lauby proposes the question of whether employee suggestions/complaints are welcome in the workplace. She found that managers want to hear positive or negative comments. At the same time, managers are worried that an employee may file a complaint if they feel targeted. Robin Schooling suggests an outline [...]
ERE.net – John Zappe
SHRM Minutes Show Concern with Secrecy
Zappe gives his readers a rundown of the minutes (released Wednesday) from SHRM’s .jobs advisory council. Beyond the content of the minutes, Zappe expresses his concern with the council’s secrecy. Since its formation, the council has withheld its minutes and replaced [...]