Welcome to the latest installment of Cachinko’s ongoing “12 in 2012” series, helping you on your career path with tips and advice from experts who’ve been there. This time around, we decided to take a break from webinars to give you a podcast you can listen to on the go. After all, you’re going places [...]
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OK kids, we’re nearly a month in. 2012 is here.
While we’ve amended our lists of resolutions already, and our gym schedule just isn’t working out as hoped, as a job seeker, there is no room for slacking. Do you really know what’s around the corner?
Fortunately, I had a chance to discuss the future of the [...]
Ever hear the story of the guy who lost his car keys somewhere on the street at night? He was walking around in circles under a street light scanning the ground. A passerby asked him what he was looking for and the man replied, “Looking for my car keys.”
The passerby asked, “Did you drop them [...]
I am an idealist and constantly have to remind myself to take a step back from a problem and objectively review a situation. The job market is horrendous right now. We learn about mass layoffs every month. The November Employment Summary reported an unemployment rate of ~9.8% that will not subside, over 3 million open jobs, [...]
I was catching up on some reading yesterday and read a post from Morgan Hoogvelt, a talent acquisition strategist who works for NAS Recruitment Communications. The post was entitled, “The reality of retention,” and it has received attention from some respected bloggers in this space. Morgan offered a realist’s view of the employee/employer relationship. He [...]
After I read this article I found it to be a great read, but bothersome. I come across this over and over again , where companies waste money on job postings. Unfortunately, it happens all the time. The worst part is, it keeps happening. HR departments need to do what my boss tells me all the time, “Step out of your comfort zone”.
I recently had the opportunity to sit in on a training event for third party recruiters presented by a very well known industry expert. Having over 10 years of past experience as a staffing recruiter myself, it brought back some memories, some good, and some that reminded me why I am now a “recovering recruiter”. [...]
With the ever increasing use of Social Networks as a sourcing and recruitment tool, I am finding more and more comments about the evolving meaning of the word “friends” and the real value of “connections.” This led me to the question, which resource would people trust more in learning about a possible job and/or business [...]
Unless you have been secluded in a remote cave somewhere (more on that later), you have more than likely heard these terms thrown around more and more at various recruiting conferences, summits training sessions, etc., as well as the coming “ Web 2.0 Recruiting Revolution.” You may ask yourself, “what is all of this, what [...]
Someone within a recruiting forum I belong to posted a comment today asking for information to help her lobby her management team on the need to go after passive candidates. In trying to provide her with some info, I could not stop typing, got to the end and said, hey that’s a blog! So without [...]
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