This blog has been inspired by two sources that I've encountered in the last two weeks... The first is that I've recently seen a few online discussions and blogs questioning the need for commission structures in recruitment and the impact they may have on encouraging consultants to focus more on achieving a profitable "sale" and less on accomplishing a successful "hire" for a client.
There was an intriguing discussion on Facebook amongst some recruiters that I have great respect for (even when their opinions differ!): Casey Kugler had just got access to LinkedIn Recruiter for the first time and he was, of course, rather excited!
Of all the ways you hope to spend Christmas, job hunting is likely not one of them. But if you're a jobseeker, Christmas could be the most effective time to apply for a new job. In today's world, job competition is fierce.
As classes wind down this week, many students and new graduates will use social media to find work. And although this networking tool can help you land a job, experts warn it can devastate a career before it even begins.
Appartement à Nice, France. What could I say about my flat? It's superb and brand new Marble on the floor even on the terrace where you will take your breakfasts and other meals. Sprung floors on other rooms to insure your comfort. I decorated the whole apartment. Peaceful...