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There is no denying that social media has been an excellent resource for my job search efforts with the opportunity to meet wonderful recruiters, career coaches, placement experts, job postings, industry connections/weekly chats, and much more.  Speaking from my own experience, I’ve found many wonderful people and made valuable connections via Twitter as well as [...]

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By popular demand here are the four questions we will discuss during #HFChat Friday, November 19, 2010: 1) Why is it important to meet your social media contacts? (maximum leverage for network expansion) 2) How many of you are making phone calls, and obtaining meetings with your social media contacts, if not why? 3) What [...]

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Emily Birchfield is one of the most positive, upbeat job seekers I know.  She made the transition from California to Virginia, and has conducted an effective job search.  Her journey is sure to inspire you.  I am very fond of Emily.  I now give you– Emily Birchfield. Staying Positive during Your Job Search by Emily [...]

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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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*Editor’s note: I asked Chris Havrilla to write a guest post that would simplify your use of #HireFriday, and maximize your enjoyment. Chris is a nationally recognized speaker, world renown recruiter, and perhaps one of the most loved recruitment professionals in our Industry. She exemplifies servant leadership, and demonstrates corporate responsibility not just through her [...]

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Compassionate HR on blogtalkradio, tonight at 7:30 p.m. eastern standard time, 4:30 p.m. pacific time.  Ok, that much you already know, particularly if you follow this blog.  What you may not already know is that industry leader, Shally Steckerl is one of the most compassionate men in the recruiting, and candidate sourcing industry.  I’ve been [...]

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This post by Meghan M. Biro, founder of

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Don’t just thank Military Veterans, do one better give them a job.  They served our Country, and laid their lives on the line for us.  The least we can do is hire them, welcome them, and honor their selfless service. If This Video doesn’t give you chills, and a sense of gratitude-nothing will! Our differently [...]

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Eric Jaquith Eric Jacquith is ubiquitous, he’s an enigma, and  he wants to keep it that way.  He’s so successful exactly because he lurks in the shadows sourcing,  providing recruiting strategy, and executive project management for global talent management initiatives.  He’s a consultant extraordinaire.  Just ask anyone in Atlanta.  Just ask anyone in the sourcing [...]

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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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