Siskind's Immigration Bulletin This week, the Philippines began
the process of criminalizing international recruiter's attempts
to take the best and brightest software talent off the island. In
a world of increasing labor shortages, it is only natural that a
recruiter's eyes turn towards labor sources beyond national borders.
That means that you'll need to get to know an immigration lawyer
and stay abreast of changing domestic regulations.
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Tip: Looking For the Opposite Of What You're Looking For By
far, the most important principle in online searching is "Know What
You're Looking For". There are really two elements to the question.
The obvious part is the set of skills and characteristics of the
kind of person you are trying to find.
and more important are the characteristics of the kinds of files
that might contain information about these kinds of candidates.
Search engines are great at finding documents that are similar.
So, when you search for resumes online, don't search for the word
"resume". Rather, use the characteristics of the document itself.
Link the words like "Objective", "Experience", and, "Education"
that frequently occur in the resumes you already have.