Strategic Recruiting 5: Sourcing With
a clear picture of the marketplace you are trying to work, sourcing
becomes a different beast. Rather than searching for magic formulas to
discover hidden treasures, the search begins with knowing what to look
for and where to find it. While this type of sourcing is somewhat less
glamorous than fancy internet hunts, it is much more likely to produce
the desired results. Read More
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Reveille and Hyperbole: eWork, Inc. announced the successful implementation of its online software solution customized for the main hospital of New Orleans, LA based Ochsner Health System. The software automates contingent hiring management freeing up human capital and budget resources which can be focused on increased quality in patient care consistent with Ochsner's dedication to improving healthcare for New Orleans and the entire Louisiana community.
JobsGroup.net, the UK's leading niche online recruitment network, has launched a new specialist package to help engineering and construction recruiters based in the United Arab Emirates source skilled technical personnel from the UK.
The Manpower MS Walk, sponsored by Manpower of Maine, is the Maine Chapter's largest fundraising event of the year. This year's event featured eleven sites where participants walked routes that ranged from three to six miles.More than 3,000 walkers raised over $450,000 during the Manpower MS Walk in April.
Deck Chairs: TalentFusion, a leading Recruitment Process Outsourcer (RPO) is proud to announce that Jim Del Rosario has joined the executive management team as head of global sales.
You Should Know: Africa: Bioethics Training Helps Fight African 'Brain Drain'
When African professionals migrate to the United States or Europe, it's often called brain drain. In the world of research ethics, at least one training program is causing the opposite effect. Now entering its eighth year of operation, the Johns Hopkins Fogarty African Research Ethics Training Program is the subject of a sweeping new case study published in the July 2007 issue of Academic Medicine. For the first time, the case study reveals some potent lessons in what it takes to deliver a successful, cross-cultural ethics training program.
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Deep Release: Is Search Engine Optimization (SEO) For Girls Or Boys?
www.servicewrap.net a search engine marketing and SEO service, soon to celebrate its 5th birthday online commissioned internal audits on its almost 5 year history of clients that showed some startling results in the demand for its search engine optimization (SEO) and marketing products.
London, England - As a long standing top 10 search engine ranking service provider, www.servicewrap.net have conducted research of its internal client registry audit to gain an insight into how the online world is changing in the "Men v Women" arena.
From the year 2005 - 2007 www.servicewrap.net identifies a 45% increase in sign-ups from female clients, at the same time with an increase of only 10% in the male persuasion, seeing the surge in demand for its blend of unique top 10 search engine ranking packages experience an almost 50% increase on previous years.
The yearly growth rate in terms of demand from previous years in the "girls v boys" bracket was staggering, with years prior to this seeing an average 5% increase in the number of male clients requiring search engine optimization and just 2% for female clients.
The internet is now used by all, everywhere, and for everything. There are no longer any great male / female divides with regards to internet usage and this shows in the requirement and demand for the service.
The business world online has seen a surge in start-ups and with it a surge for the promotion and marketing of new sites. After all, everybody wants their business to be on the first page of search engines such as Google and Yahoo.
Although not scientific, the internal audit also shows that the diversity and breadth of ideas for new sites being brought forward by female business people, as opposed to male, is far more experimental and unique. Whereas the male market share seem, in the most part, to remain with tried and trusted methods, but in ever more increasingly saturated business areas.
Deep Release: THE US EMPLOYMENT SITUATION: JUNE 2007
Nonfarm payroll employment increased by 132,000 in June, and the unemploy-
ment rate was unchanged at 4.5 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the
U.S. Department of Labor reported today. Employment rose in several service-
providing industries, while manufacturing employment continued to decline.
Average hourly earnings rose by 6 cents, or 0.3 percent, over the month.
Unemployment (Household Survey Data)
The number of unemployed persons (6.9 million) was essentially unchanged in
June, and the unemployment rate held at 4.5 percent. The jobless rate has ranged
from 4.4 to 4.6 percent since September 2006. Over the month, the unemployment
rates for adult men (4.1 percent), adult women (3.9 percent), teenagers (15.8 per-
cent), whites (4.0 percent), blacks (8.5 percent), and Hispanics (5.7 percent)
showed little or no change. The unemployment rate for Asians was 3.1 percent, not
seasonally adjusted. (See tables A-1, A-2, and A-3.)
Total Employment and the Labor Force (Household Survey Data)
Both total employment (146.1 million) and the civilian labor force (153.1
million) were little changed in June. The employment-population ratio (63.1
percent) and the labor force participation rate (66.1 percent) also were about
the same as in May. (See table A-1.)
Persons Not in the Labor Force (Household Survey Data)
In June, 1.5 million persons (not seasonally adjusted) were marginally at-
tached to the labor force compared with 1.6 million a year earlier. These
individuals wanted and were available to work and had looked for a job sometime
during the prior 12 months. They were not counted as unemployed because they
had not searched for work in the 4 weeks preceding the survey. Among the mar-
ginally attached, there were 401,000 discouraged workers in June, down from
481,000 a year earlier. Discouraged workers were not currently looking for work
specifically because they believed no jobs were available for them. The remain-
ing 1.1 million persons marginally attached to the labor force in June had not
searched for work in the 4 weeks preceding the survey for reasons such as school
attendance and family responsibilities. (See table A-13.)
Bureau of Labor Statistics