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Blogging's Best


(August 30, 2005) 
Here we go again. The flood of material in the various Recruiting Blogs never ends. Hopefully our sort wil save you from the weaker stuff and give you the meat directly. Here's our top 10 from the past couple of weeks.
  1. Dave Lefkow's even handed piece: The Future Labor Shortage :Alarmist myth or frightening reality? appeared in the ERE Blogs. Given the value and content of his blog at jobster, you've got to wonder how long he can afford to throw away eyeballs at ERE.
     
  2. Jason Goldberg, the "chief Jobster" scores with your #1 job is to have fun. Take a long look at his blog and the way it positions Jobster as a learning ally. Very transformative.
     
  3. The HR Technology Discussion Board always makes you feel like you just got handed an extra 30 IQ points. Branding, Communications, Service Delivery proves the point.
     
  4. Joel Cheesman, the Employment Industry's own SEO expert, offers SimplyHired's Full Court Press (Fast insight into pay per click buying strategy.), Why HR doesn't Get Search and Why HR Will Get Search. Cheesman makes the best case for adoption of vertical search.
     
  5. Why Blogging is better than a resume comes from Changing Reality on the net. "Anyone of us could go out and hire someone to write up a fancy well worded resume and we may even be able to sit through a few interviews and sound like skilled and professional individuals, but blogging takes us to the next step of being able to prove and relay our original insight and ability over a duration."
     
  6. "So is it a problem that fewer students are graduating with computer science degrees? Absolutely not. If we assume that a capitalist society will continue to reward innovation and protect intellectual property, then the best minds will continue to migrate to the best research centers, regardless of where one graduates." says Virginia Robbins in Fewer CS Majors Not a Big Concern on ComputerWorld's Rercuiting Blog
     
  7. From Workforce Online (by way of Contingent Workforce) Microsoft R & D Seeks Global Tech Talent, Not Bargains: "The new global model for workforce management entails going to the talent wherever it may be. Companies in the highly competitive, knowledge-driven IT industry are now looking well beyond the established knowledge pools in the U.S. and Europe to build a global R&D workforce."
     
  8. The Future of Work Weblog offers The Changing Nature of Work: Technology
     
  9. Hiring Technical People consistently offers nitty gritty advice like: Attracting Candidates to "Unattractive" Jobs and Assessing Candidates with New-to-You Skills
     
  10. Heather, as good for attitude as content, delivers Professional organizations and double dipping, a user's view of professional association job boards.
     

 

An earlier labor shortage was covered in popular song:

How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm (After They've Seen Paree)

Reuben, Reuben, I've been thinking Said his wifey dear
Now that all is peaceful and calm
The boys will soon be back on the farm
Mister Reuben started winking and slowly rubbed his chin
He pulled his chair up close to mother
And he asked her with a grin

How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm After they've seen Paree'
How ya gonna keep 'em away from Broadway Jazzin around and paintin' the town
How ya gonna keep 'em away from harm, that's a mystery
Imagine Reuben when he meets his Pa He'll kiss his cheek and holler "OO-LA-LA!
How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm After they've seen Paree'?

Rueben, Rueben, you're mistaken Said his wifey dear
Once a farmer, always a jay
And farmers always stick to the hay
Mother Reuben, I'm not fakin
Tho you may think it strange
But wine and women play the mischief
With a boy who's loose with change

How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm After they've seen Paree'
How ya gonna keep 'em away from Broadway Jazzin around and paintin' the town
How ya gonna keep 'em away from harm, that's a mystery
Imagine Reuben when he meets his Pa He'll kiss his cheek and holler "OO-LA-LA!
How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm After they've seen Paree'?
-VintageAudio

 


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