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Cronus Technologies Inc, ("CTI"), the developer of cfactor human resources and business process software, has been named one of Canada's Top 100 Employers, and is noted as one of Canada's Ten Best Employers for Young People. The Top 100 Employers competition profiles organizations that excel in quality recruitment, retention and innovative human resource practices in general.

START NETWORKING NOW IF YOU GRADUATE IN MAY, SAYS COLLEGEJOURNAL.COM College seniors who want to have a job when they graduate in May need to start networking now, says, The Wall Street Journal's guide for career-minded college students. Job-seekers are preparing their résumés for what may be the strongest fall hiring season in years. Numerous indicators suggest the job market is brightening after a long gloomy spell. The national unemployment rate, at 5%, is at the lowest level since September 2001; job searches are becoming shorter; and job changes are becoming more frequent.

Monster Worldwide, Inc. (MNST) has expanded its hurricane relief efforts by joining forces with the Governor's Job Fair Network of Mississippi and staffing solutions provider, Kelly Services to hold a Katrina Recovery Job Fair event at the end of the week in Picayune, Mississippi. All the employment opportunities are also available on Monster's free hurricane relief site . With up to 2,000 job seekers and 60 employers expected, Mississippi's first state-sponsored job fair since Hurricane Katrina will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Friday, October 28, at the Resurrection Life Church at 795 Memorial Avenue.

Unemployment Claims: In the week ending Oct. 22, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 328,000, a decrease of 28,000 from the previous week's revised figure of 356,000. The 4-week moving average was 366,500, a decrease of 10,000 from the previous week's revised average of 376,500.

IEX Corporation, a Tekelec (TKLC) company announced the winners of its IEXcellence Awards, which were presented at the 2005 EMEA TotalView(R) Workforce Management User Conference held at the Queen Hotel in Chester (Oct.18-20).  Performance Improvement Awards were presented to Accenture Ltd., the general insurance division of HBOS plc, and Eskom International.  Egg plc was recognized for Best Practices.

The founders of Career Activation announce the creation of a career assistance company, which will change the way professionals search for jobs.  In recognition of the limitations of online job boards, the founders of Career Activation identified a need for a company to provide an effective service to assist clients in their job search.

Global Entrepreneurs Programme Hosts Biotechnology Recruiting Events in New York City and Cambridge, MA; US-Based Life Science Entrepreneurs and Senior Executives to Attend UK Trade & Investment's Global Entrepreneurs Programme (GEP) and the British Consulate-General will host an evening reception on November 2nd at 6:30pm at the Harvard Club in New York and one on November 3rd at 6:30pm at the British Consulate-General in Cambridge, MA. The aim of the events is to encourage further collaboration between the UK and US life science communities.

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Deck Chairs
Andrew T. Foster has been named Vice President, Human Resources for Solvay Pharmaceuticals....Rusty Reuff, EA's HR czar is leaving his post to become the CEO of Snocap proving that some HR execs belong in the Command seat. Good luck, Rusty....  John J. Murphy is the new Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Entegris (ENTG)...Tarnow Associates, Consultants in Executive Search, announced today that Sally Whalen Harrison has joined the firm as Vice President.... Strategic diversity consultant Marsha Biddix has joined the Peopleclick  Affirmative Action Solutions team.

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  • If unemployment's rising, why are there so many job ads? A recent local newspaper's employment section probably had a record number of jobs advertised - but we're being told that unemployment's on the rise.  So what gives? Which is right?  Executive Officer of the Wimmera Development Association, Philip Sabien, says that there's no doubt that unemployment's rising in the wake of the drought, but the explanation discrepancy between that rise and the high number of jobs advertised lies in the type of jobs advertised.  "When you break those jobs [advertised] down, the majority were in trades," he says. (ABC Western Victoria)
  • HR managers disagree on IR THREE out of five human resources managers disagree with the Federal Government's plans to scrap unfair dismissal protection for workers, a survey has found. The survey, by the Australian Human Resources Institute's HRMonthly magazine, gleaned responses from 782 AHRI members. While the managers roundly endorsed the Government's plans to create a unified, national industrial relations system, with 87 per cent in favour, their feelings about unfair dismissal laws were less favourable. ( 

  •  (Hong Kong) Jobless rate hits record low  The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has fallen to a four-year low of 5.5% in the July-September period, from 5.7% in June-August.  The underemployment rate dipped 0.1% to 2.6%. Total employment grew by by 4,300 to an all-time high of 3.39 million, with the total labour force falling from 3,601,400 to 3.596 million. The number of unemployed dropped by 9,700 to 206,000 while the number of underemployed fell by 2,000 to 95,000.  A drop in unemployment was seen in the construction, sanitary services, amusement and recreational services, and communications sectors, while underemployment rate falls were mainly seen in the amusement and recreational services, and wholesale trade sectors. (

  • Vertical Search Engines Rising Again?  Several new Internet search companies have chosen to specialize in a particular subject matter rather than go toe-to-toe with full-featured search giants like Yahoo Inc., Google Inc. and MSN.  The startups aim to prove a clever company can still find room in an industry despite the huge shadow cast by market giants Google, Yahoo, MSN and Ask Jeeves. At the core of each of their business models is that the big search engines can't find everything on the Internet, or fill every single need.  There have been a number of recent new "verticals," as search engines are honed to focus on a narrow set of topics. When asked to provide a list of hot search companies, an editor for the Web site included four verticals. (
  • Tech Salespeople Should Say ‘No' to Prospects Much More Than They Do...Over the past couple years, I've been using a phrase that I created to help guide me in my sales efforts. It's called "the power of no". Now that I'm writing about it rather than just saying it, "the power of no" sounds like the name of a really bad seminar. (ePrairie)
  • The Move to Meaningful Metrics Experts agree that recruiting-effectiveness measures are a more accurate gauge of value than efficiency measures such as time to fill and cost per hire. Designing the best effectiveness metrics is the new challenge.  The link between recruiting practices and organizational success lies in the answer to that question, but few companies are prepared to respond. Common recruiting metrics document efficiency--speed and costs--but not effectiveness, which measures performance and results. (Workforce)
  • The Shlock of the News  I earned an attaboy last week from a former Daily News staffer for my column about Google's feeding on daily newspapers and how it will eventually devour them. The ex-staffer, appalled by the prospect, retorted that she'd found a crack in my logic. As an aggregator of news, she argues, Google will have to get its information from somewhere — probably newspapers. But that won't be possible if newspapers are gone.  What's more, as Google decimates the dailies, not only will their newsrooms wane, so will the secondary media — television, radio and, yes, weekly newspapers — that depend upon the dailies' resources.  What Google now does to daily newspapers isn't really new; they're just better at it. Ancillary media have always ripped off the dailies. Even the best in national broadcasting use them to set their agenda. (
  • White House accused of politicizing Park Service workforce The Bush administration is enforcing hiring practices on National Park Service bosses that one national environmental group is calling an "unprecedented political intrusion." Everybody applying for a top job in any park must show "ability to lead employees" in achieving President Bush's "Management Agenda," according to an Oct. 11 memo from NPS director Fran Mainella. The management agenda is a 65-page document that calls for increased faith-based incentives, more outsourcing of government work and other controversial steps. (Bozeman Chronicle)
  • Average Time Spent Playing Games Online Continues Increase  Time spent playing games online has increased since last year, according to the second annual online gaming report from  NPD, a Port Washington-based consumer market research firm. The report  is based on online survey responses from more than 2,000 members of  NPD's online consumer panel. Play Station 2 (PS2) and Xbox online gamers  indicated an increased willingness to pay for online game play, although the  percentages do vary considerably between the two systems. PS2 and Xbox  gamers also continue to report a high interest in downloading content, and  the average price they'd be willing to pay for certain types of desired content  rose from a year ago. While the PC/Mac is still the primary platform used to  play games online - two-thirds (66%) of gamers say they use it - the PC/Mac  has experienced a two percentage point decline in usage penetration since  last year. On the other hand, consoles have made significant gains over the  past year, with Xbox experiencing the strongest growth.  (NPD)
  • Here Piggy, Piggy...I was recently pondering a phenomenon that seems to be a common theme in Hollywood. Have you ever noticed in movies, men that work in ad agencies are always portrayed as chauvinistic, womanizing pigs? If not, here's a few examples to jog your memory: Ben Affleck's alcoholic character in Bounce, Mel Gibson in What Women Want, Nicolas Cage in The Family Man, or Matthew McConaughey in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. (TalentZoo)
  • In Search of the Passive Candidate  Sometimes the best-qualified RFID professionals are those not actively seeking a new career opportunity.  There's a popular trend when it comes to sourcing for RFID job candidates. More and more hiring managers are searching for what has been dubbed the "passive candidate." Defined as candidates satisfied with their current position and accomplishing great things, passive candidates are not actively seeking new opportunities, and job hunting consumes zero percent of their time. Many of them haven't even have updated their résumé. So why the current fascination to reach out and attract this elusive group? (RFID Journal)
  • Rumors Abound at Google Base Call British programmer Tony Ruscoe an internet archeologist: on Monday, Ruscoe discovered a test site for something called "Google Base" at The site has since been taken down, but not before it was also discovered by a few other people who know how to take screenshots. From what we can tell, Google Base has all the trappings of an online marketplace combined with the ease of use of a classified service, featuring categories for schedules, events, housing, jobs, news, products, travel, etc. Plus, some speculate, it has the capacity to post private data as well. (New Media Report)
  • Predatory Supply Chains A few weeks ago, I attended a conference for High-Tech industry CIOs and other top executives. At lunch, the conversation turned to cool new products. Naturally, the Apple iPod came up repeatedly. We talked about all of the smart moves that Steve Jobs had made, including the small footprint, the iTunes jukebox, ease of use, pricing, and the ability to support music, podcasts, and digital photos. This was all before the launch of the new iPod, capable of storing 150 hours of video.

    One executive agreed that all of this was cool, but said the smartest move was buying most of the world's supply of flash memory. Several news articles had been reporting that Samsung's South Korean competitors were alleging that the chip maker was supplying flash memory chips to Apple at half the market price. (AMR Research)

  • Job hunting: New Delhi to New York  So what do the 36.97 million net users (according to Central Intelligence Agency's World Factbook) across the country use the Internet for? According to a survey, over half of the population uses it as an information resource, with job websites being the most explored.  Whether it's a job in New Delhi or one in New York that you are looking for, there are now a host of job websites that caters specifically to the Indian job seeker. (ExpressIndia)

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  • Government Must Act On Medical Workforce Crisis New Zealand First's health spokesperson Barbara Stewart says that immediate Government action is needed to deal with the medical workforce shortages becoming increasingly apparent throughout the country.  "Currently each District Health Board is responsible for the recruitment and retention of health practitioners and for ensuring that health services are delivered in their particular area. (Scoop)

  • Slovak Unemployment Slightly Up in September, but at Seven-Year Low The number of the unemployed in September was slightly higher than in August. However, the Office for Labour, Social Affairs and the Family has recorded the lowest rate of unemployment in the last seven years. Katarina Ottova reports:  The Office for Labour, Social Affairs and the Family registers over 327,000 job seekers, which is by 9,000 more than in August and by 52,000 less than last year. (Black Enterprise)

  • Sources of data for measuring labour demand  A comprehensive guide to sources of data for measuring labour demand. This complements last month's article, which introduced the concept of labour demand with selected statistics for the UX (FindArticles)

  • Skilled Worker Shortage: It's Time To Fix The Kitchen Sink  Census data show that manufacturers that don't invest in employees will have higher turnover rates -- at a time when skilled employees are becoming scarcer.  U.S. manufacturers seem to be treating the skilled labor shortage like a leaking kitchen sink. They are ignoring it because the kitchen can still function, but eventually, that hidden pipe will rot the floor, and the sink will crash into the basement. Good-bye fresh water to drink. Good-bye cooking and cleaning. In short, good-bye kitchen. (IndustryWeek)
  • News Analysis: Competition heats up for recruiting Army recruiters are faced with tougher competition from civilian workforce employers these days. In recent years, more and more civilian corporations have offered college tuition payments and signing bonuses to prospective employees, which have been mainstay Army recruiting incentives for several decades.  The Army, though, is firing back with new enlistment incentives to keep pace with civilian career options for potential recruits. (Army Public Affairs)
  • Researchers Rank the Most Employee-Friendly States Delaware, New Hampshire, and Minnesota are the most employee-friendly states in the country, according to a ranking by researchers from the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts.  The researchers looked at the working environments in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., analyzing data on average pay, employment opportunities, employee benefits, percentage of low-income workers, fair treatment between genders, and ability for employees to unionize.  (HR.BLR.COM)
  • Goverment Tackles Shortage Of Aerospace Workforce The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill to create a federal inter-agency task force on aerospace workforce revitalization, a major step to dealing with a looming critical lack of engineers and other workers in the industry.  Reps. Vern Ehlers (R-Mich.) and Ellen Tauscher (D-Calif.) proposed the initative (HR 758) earlier this year, and it cleared the House by a unanimous vote.  The bill assigns 11 executive branch agencies, including NASA and the Defense and Homeland Security departments, to identify new aerospace workforce opportunities through an assortment of scholarship, training, and recruitment measures in partnership with the private sector and state governments. (AllHeadline News)
  • RemedyTemp Gains the Upper Hand in CIGA Workers' Comp Case RemedyTemp Inc., which operates as Remedy Intelligent Staffing and RemX Specialty Staffing, on Thursday said the California Supreme Court has decided not to hear an appeal by the California Insurance Guarantee Association (CIGA) from a July 25, 2005, decision of the California Court of Appeal (Second District) in favor of RemedyTemp.

    The Supreme Court's ruling lets stand the Court of Appeal's decision that CIGA should bear responsibility for the workers' compensation claims of approximately 500 RemedyTemp employees covered by the now-defunct Reliance National Insurance Company. (ClaimsGuides)
  • Review: Barbara Ehrenreich's Bait and Switch Journalist and writer Barbara Ehrenreich explored the world of the working poor in Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America. In her latest book, Bait and Switch, Ehrenreich takes a step in the opposite direction, to explore life as an unemployed white-collar worker on a job hunt. Ehrenreich has good intentions, but her book fails to hit the mark—it simply doesn't really reflect the world of the white-collar unemployed. More on that in a moment.....(Blogcritics)
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The highly anticipated 2006 list of Canada's Top 100 Employers, which singles out the employers across the country with exemplary workplace environments, was released. The annual competition profiles the companies and organizations that are the leaders in their fields in attracting and retaining high quality employees. "This year marks a turning point in the competition," says Anthony Meehan, president of Mediacorp Canada Inc., publisher of the book Canada's Top 100 Employers. "We're now seeing exceptional workplace practices become increasingly widespread. More employers are recognizing the demographic changes Canada is facing and asking 'How do we improve our workplace practices to attract - and keep - the talented employees we need to stay in business?'"

Abebooks Inc., Victoria BC

Adobe Systems Canada Incorporated, Ottawa ON

Agrium Inc., Calgary AB

Algorithmics Incorporated, Toronto ON

Alias Systems Corp., Toronto ON

AltaGas Income Trust, Calgary AB

Altana Pharma Inc., Oakville ON

Amex Canada Inc., Markham ON

Assiniboine Credit Union Limited, Winnipeg MB

Atlantic Lottery Corporation Inc., Moncton NB

Bank of Montreal, Toronto ON

Bayer CropScience Inc., Calgary AB

BHP Billiton Diamonds Inc., Yellowknife NT

BioWare Corp., Edmonton AB

Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, Toronto ON

Blast Radius Inc., Vancouver BC

Business Objects Corp., Vancouver BC

Canadian Institute for Health Information, Ottawa ON

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., Calgary AB

Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Toronto ON

Cascades Inc., Kingsey Falls QC

Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto, Toronto ON

Ceridian Canada Ltd., Winnipeg MB

CGI Group Inc., Montréal QC

Co-operators General Insurance Company, Guelph ON

Cognos Incorporated, Ottawa ON

Conexus Credit Union, Regina SK

Consilient Technologies Corp., St. John's NL

Credit Union Electronic Transaction Svcs. Inc., Regina SK

Cronus Technologies Incorporated, Saskatoon SK

DALSA Corporation, Waterloo ON

Diagnostic Chemicals Limited, Charlottetown PE

Dofasco Inc., Hamilton ON

Ecotrust Canada, Vancouver BC

Enbridge Inc., Calgary AB

Epcor Utilities Inc., Edmonton AB

Ernst & Young LLP, Toronto ON

Export Development Canada, Ottawa ON

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Toronto ON

Frank Russell Canada Limited, Toronto ON

G.A.P. Adventures Inc., Toronto ON

General Dynamics Canada, Ltd., Ottawa ON

Great Little Box Company Ltd., The, Vancouver BC

Halifax Herald Limited, The, Halifax NS

Halsall Associates Limited, Toronto ON

Hamilton Police Service, Hamilton ON

Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co., Mississauga ON

Hill & Knowlton Canada, Toronto ON

IBM Canada Ltd., Markham ON

IKEA Canada Limited Partnership, Burlington ON

Indigo Books & Music Inc., Toronto ON

Keane Canada, Inc., Halifax NS

Komex International Ltd., Calgary AB

L'Oréal Canada Inc., Montréal QC

Laurentide Controls Ltd., Kirkland QC

Law Society of Upper Canada, The, Toronto ON

MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd., Richmond BC

Manulife Financial Corporation, Toronto ON

Matrikon Inc., Edmonton AB

MBNA Canada Bank, Ottawa ON

Medavie Blue Cross, Moncton NB

Merck Frosst, Pointe-Claire QC

Microsoft Canada Co., Mississauga ON

Murray Automotive Group, The, Winnipeg MB

National Capital Commission / NCC, Ottawa ON

Nature's Path Foods Inc., Richmond BC

New Flyer Industries Ltd., Winnipeg MB

Nexen Inc., Calgary AB

North Atlantic Refining Ltd., Come By Chance NL

ParkLane Homes Ltd., Vancouver BC

Patient News Publishing Inc., Haliburton ON

PCL Constructors Inc., Edmonton AB

Pfizer Global Pharmaceutical (Canada), Kirkland QC

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Toronto ON

Procter & Gamble Inc., Toronto ON

Progressive Solutions Inc., Vernon BC

Radical Entertainment Inc., Vancouver BC

Rogers Communications Inc., Toronto ON

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Ottawa ON

SAS Institute (Canada) Inc., Toronto ON

SaskTel, Regina SK

Seven Oaks General Hospital, Winnipeg MB

Shell Canada Limited, Calgary AB

Sierra Wireless, Inc., Richmond BC

Sophos Inc., Vancouver BC

Sun Life Financial Services of Canada Inc., Waterloo ON

Suncor Energy Inc., Calgary AB

Surrey, City of , Surrey BC

Thunder Bay, City of, Thunder Bay ON

Toronto Hydro Corporation, Toronto ON

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc., Cambridge ON

University Health Network / UHN, Toronto ON

University of Toronto, Toronto ON

Urban Systems Ltd., Kamloops BC

Vancouver City Savings Credit Union, Vancouver BC

Vancouver Port Authority, Vancouver BC

Wardrop Engineering Inc., Winnipeg MB

Yamaha Motor Canada Ltd., Toronto ON

Yanke Group of Companies, Saskatoon SK

Zenon Environmental Inc., Oakville ON

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