Tag: Wanted

The #1 Thing You Need To Do To Find The Job You’ve Always Wanted!

Last week I got a call from an old work friend. He wanted to have a “virtual” lunch or cup of coffee.  He just left a position and was in transition.  Not a bad or negative job loss, just parted ways.  When you get to a certain executive point in your career, it’s rare that bad terminations take place. It’s usually, “Hey, we like…

Guest Bloggers Wanted! #Rant

Can I be real a second? For just a millisecond? Let down my guard and tell the people how I feel a second? No! I don’t want your stupid Guest Blog Post!  Several times a day I have “writers” reach out to me and ask me if they can submit a guest blog post to my blog. Anyone who blogs, in any industry, has…

Most wanted 2020 freelance skills – our predictions

This post was originally published on this site To celebrate the dawn of a new decade, we’ve been looking back over the past year to predict what will be the most wanted freelance skills in 2020. Are you hoping to gain more freelance jobs this year? Check whether your skills are in demand by reading this blog post. Based on our own data […]…

Wanted: Blunt Roller ($40-50K salary, plus benefits)

In case you didn’t see the job posting by Snoop Dogg, on this staff (yes, giant mogul rapper/entertainers have staffs) he has a person who’s sole job is to role blunts (for the Baby Boomers in the crowd – a blunt is joint, a marijuana cigarette, if you will). What’s the quote? Do a job you love and you’ll never work another day in…

7 Things to Never Say When Asking for a Raise…But You Always Wanted To!

Columnist, Jeff Haden, wrote an article called “Ten Things You Should Never Say When Firing an Employee“  in which he tries to give good advice, in typical HR fashion of over-reducing risk, in how you should speak, or not speak, to an individual regarding their near termination.  As you can imagine, there were the classics: “Look, this is really hard on “me”!” “We’ve decided…

Referme rebranded to Wanted

Asia-focused multi-lingual job referral site Wanted is in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea. When the job site was developed in Japan, it was named Referme as a part of localization strategy.

Your Weekly Dose of HR Tech: @HireOnLinkedIn Launches New “Help Wanted” Service for SMB!

At LinkedIn Talent Connect last year, LinkedIn talked about how they weren’t satisfied with just helping white-collar workers network and find jobs. They spoke specifically of things in the pipeline that would help SMB employers hire blue collar workers as well. I think we all wondered what that looked like since those who network on LinkedIn’s main platform are not hourly workers for the…

The 1 Thing You Need to Do to Get the Job You Always Wanted!

Last week I got a call from an old work friend. He wanted to have lunch.  He just left a position and was in transition.  Not a bad or negative job loss, just parted ways.  When you get to a certain executive point in your career, it’s rare that bad terminations take place. It’s usually, “hey, we like you, but we really want to…

Wanted acquires KreditJob

South Korean referral recruiting site Wanted.co.kr  has acquired job site KreditJob.com for an undisclosed sum, DealStreetAsia reported on Monday. The post Wanted acquires KreditJob appeared first on AIM Group.

I wanted to be Anthony Bourdain.

I didn’t anticipate that Anthony Bourdain’s suicide last week would have any impact on me. I loved watching his show. I love to cook, but I don’t consider myself a foodie. I love to travel, but I don’t consider myself worldly. Anthony allowed me to be a foodie and worldly from the comfort of my own home, but even that wasn’t what I really…

Everything You Wanted to Know About Pulse Surveys

Many organizations and survey software providers use the terms “employee pulse surveys” and “always-on survey” (or variations of always-on, such as “continuous feedback” or “real-time feedback”) interchangeably. While this makes sense on the surface, pulse surveys are technically more similar to annual employee engagement surveys than to true always-on surveys.