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Age Lessons, a new "thinking firm" (part think tank and part consulting firm) that converts knowledge of the Baby Boomer cohort into business opportunities, employee relations programs and policy recommendations has been formed. "From employee retention to product development, what's been missing
in Boomer marketing to date are niche-specific solutions that resonate with Boomers," said Laurel Kennedy, company president. "Age Lessons is challenging conventional wisdom to deliver actionable Boomer marketplace solutions, complemented by revolutionary policy ideas."
Age Lessons serves as a barometer of cohort needs and interests in key areas such as finance/money, wellness/body, values/spirit, career/work and social/play. The company also offers innovative solutions such as The Guilded Age, a re-thinking of union and trade association roles; Family Referees, coaches
who work through multi-generational household issues; and Grayfield Enterprises, where senior executives find a second career by founding new companies.
SuccessFactors announced locations and dates today for its Profiles in Performance Tour. The nationwide event, co-sponsored by SuccessFactors' partners DDI, Lominger, Sumtotal, Precept, Growth Networks,
Iconixx and System Link, will feature presentations from SuccessFactors' customers including T. Rowe Price, Cooper Tires, Applied Materials, Business Objects, The Pep Boys and many others, highlighting their most recent business results utilizing SuccessFactors' integrated performance and talent management
YorZ has expanded its offering to include a network of career-orientedgroups. YorZ members can join targeted groups for their profession, schools, and companies. Group members can connect with colleagues and classmates as well as stand out to potential employers. YorZ has over 75 top colleges, 50 top
business schools, 100 top companies and twenty professionals groups and is growing all the time. Members can request new groups for their school, company or profession if YorZ does not have them yet. http://groups.yorz.com
Vault.com will be launching the first annual Vault/MCCA Legal Diversity Job Fair in April in New York in partnership with the Minority Corporate Counsel Association. Over 60 law firms and legal search firms are exhibiting and over 600 minority and women attorneys attending.
The two-day Vault/MCCA Legal Diversity Job Fair takes place in New York on April 21 and 22. In addition to candidates, nearly 100 law firm recruiting coordinators and hiring partners will be there.
Hoover's, Inc., a D and B company that gives its customers information about industries, companies, and decision makers, and Visible Path, a developer of relationship capital management (RCM) solutions,
have announced an agreement designed to give business professionals a path to increasing sales. As part of the agreement, the companies will co-promote their complementary Hoover's Pro Premium and Visible Path products.
Bernard Hodes Group has released SmartPost, their award-winning job posting and sourcing intelligence system. SmartPost solves two
major problems commonly found today in recruiting: posting to the right job boards for the specific hiring need, and understanding the results of an online sourcing campaign to better recruit in the future. SmartPost addresses both problems head-on in an easy-to-use, time-saving format.
Allison Hopkins, previously serving as vice president human resources of E*TRADE Financial, has been named as vice president human resources of Netblue, Inc. of Mountain View, California....Nosal
Partners, the executive leadership solutions™ firm, announced today that
Robert G. Fong has joined the firm as a senior partner.
You Should Know
Bulgaria Looking For Ways to Deal with Demographic Crisis
Labour and Social Policy Minister Emilia Maslarova presented today the national strategy for dealing with negative demographic tendencies. Officials are looking for resources for solving the problem, Maslarova said. The aim of the document is to stop negative demographic developments, Focus news agency
reported. Maslarova said measures would aim at decreasing the high mortality rate, prolonging the average lifespan, and reverting migration processes. (SofiaEcho.com)
Three emerge as expected bidders for KR
Three bids are expected today for Knight Ridder, owner of the Mercury News and 31 other newspapers. However, the company will not be releasing details.Each bidder has declined to comment. But analysts have been speculating about what kind of changes each potential buyer might initiate: (MercuryNews)
Lies, Smarts or Just Plain Tact?
I had an interesting conversation with our new Worldwide Talent Acquisition Leader. We were talking about influentials in the recruiting space and the dialogue that has occurred in the online space regarding ethics around headhunting and guerrilla recruiting. My inclination has always been to lean in favor of
a more, let's say, aggressive approach to finding and hiring the best talent. I have no problem calling a candidate from a competing firm and offering them an opportunity to explore a career with Waggener Edstrom Worldwide. Companies do not own employees and if another firm offers a career opportunity that is
a better match than so be it. I don't think she disagreed with this but she did provide an interesting point of view to consider regarding guerrilla recruiting tactics—and it really made me think that there is a lot more at stake then ethics……(RecruitingRevolution)
Google lets advertisers target ads using demographic data
Google Inc. (GOOG) has started allowing advertisers to use demographic data to target keyword-ads they place on sites in Google's publisher network, without sparking privacy worries by tapping user information. The Mountain View, Calif., Internet giant said it is using data about U.S. visitors to its partner
sites - such as age, ethnicity, gender, income and other factors - that are collected by market research firm comScore Media Metrix. ComScore's data comes from thousands of Web users who voluntarily provide information about their surfing habits. Google said it won't use personal information about users from
Google products such as Gmail or from any other source. (Marketwatch)
Preparing for Baby Boomer Retirement
While the stakes are high and the issues complex, those companies that think through the data, come up with the right questions and craft a long-term comprehensive strategy now not only will survive this historic wave, but also will have the potential ride its crest. Useful demographic information, insights
into associated data and a set of comprehensive questions will help you lay the foundation of a strategic plan to position your company for opportunity and growth as the retirement wave approaches. (ChiefLearningOfficer)
People Skills Deserve More Respect
A survey finds that 35 percent of internally hired leaders fail, usually because of a lack of interpersonal skills, and that companies with strong leader-development programs enjoy better business results. The quality that leaders respect most in other leaders is the ability to bring in financial results,
according to a recent report by talent-development consultancy Development Dimensions International. In DDI's fourth annual survey, nearly 5,000 "leaders" and human resources representatives around the world ranked decision-making ability second and vision for success third among qualities that garner their
Attracting the 'Passive Candidate'
Looking for that 'just-right' person for the job? Try the soft sell, writes CIO Update columnist David Bair of Kforce. The passive candidate has long held a certain mystic among hiring managers; difficult to identify and even more difficult to recruit, these professionals are considered by many to
be the "Holy Grail" of job candidates for two primary reasons: Because they are happily employed, passive candidates are thought to be much more loyal and more stable than professionals who are employed but actively pursuing a new position. Because they are not actively seeking a new position,
the belief is that there will be less competition for the attentions of a passive candidate. (CIOUpdate)
New programs help companies 'mine' workers' relationships
It's not what you know. It's who you know. Turning that old maxim into a commercial concept, several new companies are developing software to help employers mine their employees' acquaintances for new business prospects. The programs scan workers' contacts from their computerized address books,
instant-message buddy lists, electronic calendars and e-mail correspondence. They then make maps of all the relationships they find among the employees and all their contacts. (SFGate)
RPO firms gearing up to bring hiring solutions in India
After the BPO and KPO boom, the corporate sector in India is steadily gearing up for a new concept - RPO, that is Recruitment Process Outsourcing. It aims at taking the burden out of the head-hunting business of the corporate sector. "There has been a sudden surge of demand for candidates as the job scenario
in the country looks in a good shape. So, we have come up with our team of recruiters to bridge this gap between demand and supply", says Vipul Prakash, Partner of a firm handling recruitments. While the RPO concept has taken a healthy shape in the Western countries, in India however, there are a few RPO
firms currently catering to the needs of various domestic as well as multi-nationals in hiring employees for them. (HindustanTimes)
New regulations have taken an age to come
The new regulations on age have been launched by the DTI today giving employers just six months to prepare before they become statutory. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) urge employers to appraise the new legal obligations without delay and take immediate action to avoid facing
employment tribunals and hefty fines. (OnRec)
HR in the firing line as MoD aims for £280m cost saving
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) expects to save more than £280m over the next 10 years by slashing the size of its HR function and introducing a new shared-services centre reports tomorrow's Personnel Today magazine. In an exclusive interview with Personnel Today, Deborah Loudon, director-general of Civilian
Personnel Management Service said the shake-up will see the total number of HR staff at the department fall from about 3,000 to an eventual figure of 1,500. (OnRec)
Mercury Web founder to launch Job listing Web site
Months after selling Web development company Mercury Web Solutions, Matt Gough has started another company: Propelity.com. Propelity.com is a site aimed at connecting employers with employees. The site is set to launch in March, with the motto: "a hire connection for companies and candidates." "Propelity.com
is not your traditional job bank. It is a leading edge online tool providing growing businesses and candidates with key information in the most relevant manner possible," said Gough, Propelity.com CEO. "Propelity.com is uniquely positioned to take advantage of the explosive growth in the online career
Recruiting physicians will become even more difficult
As the population ages, what happens in a state that already ranks 49in physicians per capita and has difficulty recruiting enough doctors? The recruiting could get even more difficult, says Mike Abrams, executive vice president of the Iowa Medical Society. Among the factors contributing to Iowa's difficulty
in attracting physicians are the six-figure debts that many new doctors owe after medical school, Abrams said. The need to pay off debt draws them to regions where doctors make more money. (DesMoinesRegister)
Recruiters Forecasting Explosive Executive Job Growth
With the unemployment rate falling to a four and a half year low and the economy on track for robust first-quarter growth, ExecuNets Recruiters Confidence Index (RCI) remains at all time highs, as those on the front lines of the job market expect the demand for executive talent to soar in the months
ahead. Introduced in May 2003, the Recruiters Confidence Index (RCI) is based on a monthly survey of executive recruiters conducted by ExecuNet, the leading executive job search and recruiting network.
According to the survey of 145 executive recruiters, 76% are confident or very confident that the executive employment market will improve during the next six months down slightly from a thirteen-month high of 79% in January. During this period of time, the search industry is expecting a 27% increase in
the number of assignments received from corporate clients.
Confidence In The Executive Employment Market
Next Six Months
Recruiters short-term outlook is also strong, 77% are confident or very confident the employment market will improve in the next three months down from 81% one month ago.
New job listings at ExecuNet are up over twenty percent year-to-date as hiring plans remain robust at the executive level, says Mark Anderson, President of ExecuNet. With the job market of 1999-2000 still fresh in their minds, corporate recruiters are becoming increasingly concerned about the implications
of a shortage of talent.
To prepare for sustained growth in the employment market, 55% of all search firms have plans to hire additional professional staff in the next three months a significant increase over the number of executive recruiting firms that have added professional staff during the past three months (32%).
ExecuNet, a career management and recruiting network for top executives and recruiters, is a recognized authority in executive hiring and recruiting trends. ExecuNet helps members identify career opportunities and attain professional success by providing exclusive job postings, opportunities and tactics
designed to expand personal and professional networks, and career advancement strategies.
Founded in 1988, ExecuNet also serves recruiters and corporations as a leading source of top-tier executive talent and proprietary research. For more information on ExecuNet visit www.execunet.com
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May 30 - June 2, 2006
2006 Top Employer Summit
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Human Capital Summit Conference
April 5-7, 2006,
Chicago Marriott Downtown Hotel
Lucas Group and The Wall Street Journal:
Executive Diversity Career Fair
April 19, 2006
Embassy Suites, Chicago Downtown
IHRIM: HRM Strategies 2006
April 9-12, 2006
NYHR Week 06
New York Hilton
April 25 - 28< 2006
Recruiting 2006 Conference and Expo
Hunt Scanlon Advisors present
Generating Higher ROI on Human Capital
June 7, 2006
OnRec Online Recruitment Conference
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
21-22 June 2006
SHRM's 2006 Annual Conference & Exposition
OnRec Expo 2006
12-13 September 2006
Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
2006 Strategic HR Conference
October 4-6, 2006
Westin Kierland Resort
Human Resource Executive's
9th Annual HR Technology® Conference
Oct. 4-6, 2006
Navy Pier in Chicago, IL
2006 SHRM Workplace Diversity Conference
October 16-18, 2006
Century Plaza Hotel and Spa
Los Angeles, California
Hunt Scanlon Advisors present
New York city
October 18 - 20, 2006
New York Palace
HR.com's Employers of Excellence
October 25 - 27, 2006
Red Rock Resort
Las Vegas, Nevada
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