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  Local Hiring
by Local JobNetwork™ - Apr, 2011
Find the best local talent while saving time and money. Using a variety of effective advertising campaigns, attract a diverse candidate pool of hourly/skilled to professional/tech...
 
  Social Media
by Local JobNetwork™ - Apr, 2011
Build your company brand by engaging with candidates through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube. Gain advice from our experts and learn best p...
 
  Talent Management
by Local JobNetwork™ - Apr, 2011
The web-based Talent Management System dynamically manages the breadth and depth of the recruiting cycle. Employers can tailor the tools to align to...
 
  5 Interview Questions to Learn If a Job Seeker is an Exceptional Team Player
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
One of the key concerns employers express about new employees is whether or not they could become exceptional team players at work. Since past behavior is the best indicator of future behavior, employers need to ask job interview questions that might demonstrate if the job seeker has been an exceptional team player in the past. These five job interview questions can assist employers to examine the job seekers' record of contri...
 
  Government Compliance: Internet Applicant
by Local JobNetwork™ - Mar, 2011
INTERNET APPLICANT An individual is an "Internet applicant" when all of the following criteria is met. Individual submits an expression of interest in employment through the Internet or related electronic data technologies Employer considers the individual for employment in a particular position In...
 
  Is your client a natural manager?
by Wendy Enelow - Feb, 2011
Three groups of talents are often associated with people in supervisory positions: the initiators or developers – the people who come up with the vision and get the ball rolling; the planners and analyzers – the people who take that vision and make it a reality by planning on how to put the right elements in place, or improve upon what is already there; and the front-line managers or operations supervisors- the people who main...
 
  Stop Making Bad Tacos - or How to Establish an Internal Executive Search Team
by Lou Adler - Jan, 2011
As the hiring recovery gains momentum, some older recruiting strategies are coming back in vogue. One that seems to be high on many HR executives’ action plans is the need to develop an internal executive search capability within the corporate recruiting department. While the idea offers great merit, the approach many companies take is hiring recruiters or researchers who have worked in retained executive search and have them...
 
  A “We” Attitude
by Suzanne Bates - Dec, 2010
I once had an employee who took one of our new folks to a client meeting. When it was over, this veteran insisted they take the afternoon to go shopping and out to lunch. When the new employee raised an eyebrow and said perhaps they should get back to the office, the veteran cajoled her into compliance. ”Don’t worry,” this employee said, “It’s no big deal. You and I deserve this.” Please don’t get me wrong; we all goof...
 
  A Checklist for Sourcing and Recruiting Top Talent
by Lou Adler - Dec, 2010
In his book Checklist Manifesto, Atul Gawande contends that good people underperform largely due to errors of ineptitude — not doing what we know needs to be done — rather than errors of ignorance or inability. With this as a backdrop, he goes on to demonstrate that the proper use of checklists can minimize ineptitude-related problems to maximize performance. Using doctors, pilots, and construction managers he shows how to use...
 
  How to Lead in 2025
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2010
The business world will change dramatically in the next 10-25 years. For one thing, due to a declining worldwide birthrate, the U.S., China, India, Europe, and parts of South America will struggle with labor shortages as the Baby Boomers retire en masse. Global corporations will increase in size even as they become flatter in structure, virtual workspaces will become commonplace, social welfare will be a priority, and tech...
 
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