This week John Sumser interviews Joe Essenfeld. Founder and CEO of JIBE, Joe has held several executive level positions in which he was responsible for hiring hundreds of employees.
LinkedIn’s value started with the profile you created for yourself, but then even more importantly, the Experience (your resume) and Recommendations (reviews from other professionals) sections. It was basically your resume and references up on the web. When meeting someone new (for example at a business conference) it wasn’t unheard of to look that person […]
A grinning La Guardia Airport worker took a lunchtime joyride in an “Arrested Development”-style stair car — even though the wacky contraption isn’t allowed on city streets.
Shocker: People hate their job! Results from a new Gallup poll on the persistent state of employee disengagement.
Customer Service job openings make up a sizable portion of jobs posted to ZipRecruiter each day. As with many fields, emerging technologies are creating a demand for new skills in CS. Remember when…
I spend a lot of time in airports and I think there is a lot of similarity between recruiting and border control. The purpose is to keep out undesirables and follow a defined process. Many recruiters, like many airports, let process and regulation take preference over experience. The process applied is built with the regulation […]
The spirit of a free recruitment software start-up – Over the next few weeks we will introduce you the faces behind Qandidate.com. Today’s interview is with Alexander. Alexander is the lead developer here at Qandidate.com and responsible for Qandidate.com’s technical architecture.
After a lengthy recruitment process, you have now extended an offer and have made a hire, but weeks or months you find out it’s a bad hire. Avoid the costs of a bad hire by following these 4 tips.
According to the latest Citrix research, most U.S. employers will implement a strategy that allows employees to work remotely no later than next year.
Disruption is what happens when prices fall and profits rise. There is no such thing as a modest disruption.
Employers do discriminate.They search through resumes and weed out people that don’t have the proper qualifications for a job.
Often companies fail to realize that recruitment success is highly correlated with having strong employer branding.
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Recruiting Veterans: This will be a power pack search webinar focusing on how to identify military and veteran talent as they transition into civilian employment. Community member and Veteran Dean Da Costa will walk you through a step by step recruitment and search process.