Few in the industry are on the mark as often as Joel Cheesman. In every weekend review his Cheezhead blog regularly demands a linked post. It’s simply required reading. Interestingly enough, I made a rudimentary pitch of this nature at a corporate client and it was considered perhaps a bit “Out There” at the time […]
Rainn Wilson (aka Dwight Schrute of NBC’s The Office) will take sucker punches, give him pedicures and do dance routines for Lance Armstrong whether he wants him to or not 🙂 Search internships at College Recruiter.com.
Much has been said of networking at â€œSix Degrees from Daveâ€ but too often we discuss process and spend little time focusing on the substance of relationships which is where the power of a network actually resides. Numbers are easy to measure but the true value of a network is based on the strength of […]
Pam & Jim create new diseases for the Office health care meeting. And they torture pencil pusher, Dwight. Search internships at College Recruiter.com.
Shally’s LinkedIn cheatsheet is live I would like to give kudos to Shally for his latest contribution to the e-sourcing world. Shally just released a new LinkedIn CheatSheet with some very creative advanced search methods that lead to phenomenal LinkedIn results. Glenn Gutmacher adds the details: “I am going to bet that most Elite Cybersleuths […]
Jim Stroud presents a 5 day online course with sourcing tips available directly on his blog. Quoteth Jim: “Do you use online job boards? Perhaps after my last class, you’ve become a boolean bandit on the ‘net and are feeling quite comfortable with your online research skills? As skilled as you may be, there are […]
Some aspects of sourcing expertise are based on fundamentals — asking the right questions. I take the time to ask candidates to assist in the explaination of engineering basics in layman terms. The Pan Pacific theatre is a pivotal arena for semiconductor manufacturing and the demand far exceeds the supply for established talent across a […]
Yesterday’s post on Neal Bruce, VP Alliances was the most widely read post thus far at Six Degrees. To weigh in on the controversy, I thought I would give the podium to Everybody’s Mr. Nice Guy, Dennis Smith, Senior Manager, Staffing (Engineering) at T-Mobile on the Monster versus Recruitment Blogosphere controversy. New Research on Blog […]
So my friend Jim Stroud and I were chatting away about my experience sitting through a presentation by “He who shall go unnamed.” Prior to the ‘presentation” the audience was asked to wiggle limbs and massage the person behind and in front of us. Now, for those who don’t know me, I am not into […]
MONEY QUOTE:“….it was easier for recruiters to recommend those people with whom they felt comfortable” I was perusing the weeks insight’s of my fellow peers and I found Joel Abraham’s perspective to be a bulls-eye on the importance of peer to peer networking and building relationships with your employer community overall. I have often said […]keep looking »