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- Breaking Down the Recruiter Bill of Rights (Part 7)
In our continuing quest to show the recruiters a little bit of love,
we're going to further breakdown our Recruiter Bill of Rights and focus
on one of the issues that often arises between recruiters and hiring
managers. As with many relationships in life, this one can hit a wall it
comes to the subject of commitment:
"Commitment: Hiring managers will commit to hiring. If the right
candidate comes through the door, mangers won't put off hiring just
for the sake of 'seeing as many people as possible.'"
- A Passionate Visionary: Jeff Hunter, Director, Talent Strategies &
Technology @ Electronic Arts
Degrees of Dave)
- lost in transparency
Recent dust-ups, misunderstandings, and their associated apologies in the
blogosphere have got me thinking about transparency and blogs as
communication tools. Specifically, what ever happened to good old fashioned
in-person talks to resolve issues and annoyances? Gone are objective reviews
in favor of all out rants that end in hurt feelings, retractions and
"updates" (read apologies). It seems, particularly as of late, that a lot of
people have their knickers in a twist about a lot of different issues. But
what gets me most about this recent trend is that, in most cases, these
people know each other. So why are they blogging their grievances versus
interacting with each other directly? While blogs might be a great way to
share your opinions is airing your dirty laundry always such a good idea? (JobSyntax)
- Companies are moving IT jobs to a widening web of overseas cities — many
of them far from Bangalore
Becoming the next Bangalore will mean money in the bank. Since 2000, the
tendency to move key operations outside a home country has added more than 1
million IT jobs to India and an additional 3 million jobs in local services
and infrastructure, according to India's IT trade association, NASSCOM (WirelessJobs).
- 10 Ways to Make Recruiters Love You (part 9)
Last week I missed the regular installment of "10 Ways to Make Recruiters
Love You," but I have caught up on my work and here is my ninth article in
the series that was inspired by my friends over at ItzBigBlog who wrote on
the Candidate Bill of Rights. I did a critique of their series in on of my
own that focused on Candidate Rights. They also have a series that is some
what parallel to this one, on the Recruiter's Bill of Rights. You might want
to check it out. My series is designed to help job seekers understand how to
interact with recruiters so that their relationship will be solid and
fruitful. Today's topic is "Communication. (Chief
Executive Restaurant Recruiter)
- Embrace Free, Implement Freemium
"Give your service away for free, possibly ad supported but
maybe not, acquire a lot of customers very efficiently through
word of mouth,
referral networks, organic search marketing, etc, then offer premium
priced value added services or an enhanced version of your service to
your customer base." -
How do you make
FREE work effectively in a business
I believe the most notable examples of monetizing and making FREE
work is Google and
Yahoo!, both offering free
information while wrapping with paid content. Advertising companies pay
to leverage products and/or services to a specific demographic,
geography, or just broad base users.
Recruit.net who provide these types
of performance driven advertising mechanisms for the online recruiting
Jobs Are Free. (The
- Candidate Relationship Management
The only way to build an effective talent community
Do you seldom have good candidates available as positions open up in your
organization? Do you find yourself scrambling to find good people to present
to your hiring managers? Are you putting positions out for search too often?
If you answered yes to these questions, you
need to look seriously at developing a candidate relationship management
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