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Ok, it's been since July since I've written a post.  Go head, shoot me.  I had to take a well deserved vay-cay from all things Social Media.  Most people need to delete the file "mentally," and start over fresh.  That was the case with me.  Working in the field, I literally felt as if I [...]

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Seth has hosted #HFChat, and is extremely knowledgable when it comes to job search, and mobile apps. I don’t often promote companies on this site, but I do this this is news you can use. I now give you Seth Handler Mobile career sites are coming… Before reading this post, please take 2 minutes to [...]

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The following is a wonderful guest post by Tammy Perry.  Be sure to follow her on Twitter, and connect with her on LinkedIn.  I give you Tammy Perry:   Job Boards, the Beginning of an Effective Job Search We have all heard that networking is key to conducting an effective job search.  This is true, [...]

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I just got done reading a great post by Ed Newman, entitled, “Does The Speed Of Information Make You Lazy.” It spurred a monumental thought, “Does the speed of technology make job seekers lazy?” What do I mean by this? Ok, before you jump all over the host of “Compassionate HR,” hear me out. Remember [...]

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This week on HFChat we ask: Are job boards dead or alive? Only job candidates can answer this question. Every touch point with job search candidates should be a source of positive attraction. If not your candidate attrition, and online application abandonment rate will be high (25-40% according to Afton Funk of HRMDirect.) This holds [...]

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Job Boards are great.  We all need them, but do you know how to hunt for a job in conjunction with a reputable job board?  My colleague, Shally Steckerl is the Vice President of Arbita.  He is a nationally recognized authority in the recruitment and candidate sourcing industry.  Shally donated the following presentation to help [...]

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Strategy. Where would we be without one? Rowing rudderless down a rapid river without a paddle. If we don’t have an object, strategy, and plan our efforts are fruitless. The low rate of return is a waste of time. More importantly, if you are a recruiter, and your recruitment techniques are bad, you risk your [...]

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Since I wrote the first Guidelines For HireFriday in May of this year, our community has grown exponentially.  As an omnipresent social media community, or more accurately, cluster of online communities; we have learned new lessons about how to grow, and incorporate best practices that will benefit: the job seeker, the recruiting community, the job [...]

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Tomorrow, Monday April 5, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. EST, Compassionate HR.  Of all the shows we’ve recorded to date, I am most excited about this show because I welcome the leadership of three incredible organizations, http:monster.com http://dressforsuccess.org and http://careergear.org  Tomorrow, we are going to hear about how Monster.com demonstrates corporate responsibility around the globe.  Their [...]

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I’ve been reviewing my posts the past few weeks, and I realized they’ve revolved around my blogtalkradio show, Compassionate HR.  It made me think what matters most?  The seething debate continues in the human resources and recruiting industry.  There are the hard bitten cynics who cry “I am not in the field of human resources [...]

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