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Laurie Ruettimann asks Why Do HR People Have Back Pain?
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You probably have back pain. I don’t know math, but it feels like 100% of the people who work in HR have back pain. What’s up with you people? (Yes, you people.) If you work in HR or recruiting, your back hurts. Fine, okay, my back also hurts. Shut up. Here is what I’m thinking. […]

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These Are The Best Jobs For Working Parents
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Parents know that having children creates a need for more flexibility in their careers. This often involves reducing their hours to part-time or working from home. But which industries are best suited to this kind of adaptability? FlexJobs, an onl…

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600 Editions: The Best of Ask The Headhunter!
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Best of Ask The Headhunter from 600 editions of the free weekly newsletter: How to land a job. Got questions? Ask now. The blog is open. Bonus: 25% off Ask The Headhunter products!

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Here’s what a good looking job posting should be like
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Check out this great looking job description that we saw on social media. It really catches your eye. This particular one for a WordPress Whisperer (developer) was shared over 30 times on social media and led to a hire via someone seeing it on Twitter. Notice how they used a great image, hashtags and whimsy […]

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LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Says People Often Fail To Ask This Vital Career Question
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In 2009, Jeff Weiner became the CEO of LinkedIn and since that time he has maintained a reputation as one of the most successful chiefs in the world. Under his leadership LinkedIn has grow to a market cap of $32 billion and his management insight has …

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#SourceConLive: How Do We Handle the #RecruiterSpam Problem?
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Editor’s note: Scroll to the bottom to see a video of the entire discussion.

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This Recruiting Video Makes Rap a Hiring Tactic
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This is Awesome. A small tech company in Portland Oregon, GlobeSherpa, has created what might be the first rap recruitment video ever made.

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The Worst Recruiting Job
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I worked for a few clients early in my career who “just wanted a body.” In their minds, anyone was better than no one.  Bad breath better than no breath, R. J.  Their work program required that someone was sitting in the seat. As a recruiter, it was easy to get people hired—the problem was […]

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iCIMS Honored as One of New Jersey's Fastest Growing Companies
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MATAWAN, N.J., Nov. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ —iCIMS, Inc., a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) talent acquisition software for growing businesses, was honored at the annual NJBIZ awards ceremony and ranked 22nd on the list of New …

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The 10 Highest-Paying Work From Home Jobs
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Earn six figures without leaving the house.

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iCIMS tool helps unemployed find 'under-the-radar' jobs
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If you're unemployed and looking for work, it helps to fill potential resume gaps with time spent on education and training to improve your skills. And employers are looking for candidates with good communications and teamwork skills, says iCIMS, …

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Podcast: Inside the Infographic Resume with @CareerSherpa
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Resumes are going visual. In this 25 minute podcast, Hannah Morgan, the Career Sherpa talks about this trend and how job seekers need to get more visual in their personal marketing. Listen to the episode on the page, download the MP3 or find the show on iTunes. Just search for “careercloud radio”.

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Limited workforce: Call it the tech hiring bubble
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Al Smith, vice president of technology at Matawan-based iCIMS, says the company's rapid growth in recent years has increased the need for workers — workers he struggles to find and keep. “We've been growing somewhere between 30 and 35 percent a …

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Three LinkedIn pointers for a baffled Hillary Clinton
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Among Hillary Clinton's emails that were released in October was one about LinkedIn. In his article in the “Business Insider,” Colin Campbell reported that upon receiving a LinkedIn request, Clinton was confused and turned to two of her aides for advice.

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