April

April 27, 2010

Winds of Change: How Twitter is Challenging the Job Boards

Robins and rain showers have always been a sure sign of spring. But the birds and clouds in this year’s forecast are signaling a dramatic change […]
April 26, 2010

HR – Administrative or Impactful? You Decide!

The function of HR is often undervalued and misunderstood. HR? They deal with dress codes, training packets, and stuff like that, right? Short-sighted HR workers stick […]
April 24, 2010

Will The iPad Change The World?

Ok – this is not my typical blog format but I felt the need to describe my interaction with this new toy. The key thing to […]
April 23, 2010

Senior Executives NOT Happy

“You’re fired!” These generally painful words became a fun catchphrase after reality TV’s The Apprentice.  Millions of viewers waited weekly for ‘the Donald’ and his execs […]
April 23, 2010

Job Ads and iPads: Now Recruiting Your Predictions

The recent release of the Apple iPad is generating a much anticipated buzz: Will it be as big as the iPod or iPhone? Will it overtake […]
April 16, 2010

Should 40% of Job Seekers Serve Jail Time?

According to a recent court ruling: Yes! A survey by Tate, specialists in office support recruitment, found that over 40% of people have at some point […]
April 15, 2010

Innovative Recruiting: Make 'Friends' First

When recruiting an ideal candidate, “team player” is often part of the criteria. But when developing a recruitment strategy, how often is company-wide teamwork a major […]
April 14, 2010

Facebook Fuels Fears!

A few weeks back I questioned whether or not online social networking can have a negative impact on the hiring process. The affirmative answer appeared March […]
April 13, 2010

Victory Through Voicemail: The Ongoing Saga of a Master Recruiter

I spent this past week on Spring Break with my family enjoying the beautiful scenery of the mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina. We had a […]
April 13, 2010

So Who is Really Hiring?

As the Job Stimulus Bill began its debate on Capital Hill in late winter 2009, many predictions were made about where job opportunities would be in […]