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Its You

Not long ago I wrote about some silly things employers do to mash up the recruitment process. You can read that here https://christopherinhr.wordpress.com/2014/12/04/it-happens/.

In all fairness though it helps to balance the equation by reporting on a few things I’ve experienced (I’ve been recruiting a long time) that candidates do. 495 more words

Work

So You Want to Come to Korea? Part 2: Recruiter, Recruiter, Make Me a Match

So yesterday(ish) I wrote about the boatload of documents you need to get you application for a visa to come to Korea (see here). Today, I move onto the somewhat confusing topic of recruiters. 854 more words

Korea

A Decade Ago

Undoubtedly, Malcolm X first used his quote (above) in a much more profound and meaningful context than I’m going to sully it with.

As one of the foremost thinkers of modern times, I assume Malcolm was referring to fundamental issues of religion, politics and existence-at-large. 602 more words

Guest blogger - Ian Hackett - HR should be every company’s ‘killer app’

HR should be every company’s ‘killer app’ – What could possibly be more important than who gets hired…” — Jack Welch, ex-CEO of GE 

Although not someone that always got everything right during his highly successful CEO career in one of the worlds largest companies,  I do passionately agree that the most important task undertaken in every business, whether they be big or small is who they choose to recruit.    603 more words

Management Toolkit

Don't Keep These Things from a Recruiter

A recruiter’s job is to find a perfect match for both a prospective employee and for the company. They look at all of one’s skills and experience, meet with the candidate in person to get to know them better, ask them questions, help the person land interviews and more. 484 more words

Social Media

Confessions of a 3D Printing Recruiter – 3D Printing Industry Employment Views

Executive Search as a Science, by Nicholas Meyler I think Executive Search is a field of study with somewhat contradictory parts to it for instance, that there is an emphasis on thoroughness, diligence, exhaustiveness, finding ALL possible solutions, etc.; but, there is also a high emphasis on intuitionistic processes, like deciding which candidate to call, guessing who might be most interested, anticipating what objections a client might have to a specific candidate, etc. 90 more words

The Weekly Wrap-up Dec 5, 2014

The ProxyWorx Weekly Wrap-Up for the week ending December 5, 2014.

Including: Top medical news of the week and the Helpmed helpful Hint.