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Charlie Sheen Intern Stunt Nets Visibility for Internships.com
by John Zappe Mar 8, 2011, 2:37 pm ET
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In case you somehow missed it #8212; perhaps you were under anesthesia #8212; Charlie Sheen is looking for an intern.
You have to wonder what parent would allow their child to take the job.  But leaving that issue for the parenting sites to take up, the job is both real and promotional.
While Sheen may have joined the ranks of unemployed actors, remarkably, he is not unemployable. The internship job posting and Sheen #8217;s tweeting about it is all about promoting Internships.com. keep reading #8230;
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Disney Tops, Again
by Susan Thurman Mar 8, 2011, 5:32 am ET
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Students ranked Disney as their first employer preference for the fourth year, according to a survey of top students.
First, let me explain who conducted the study and who took it.
This is the fourth annual survey of the National Society of High School Scholars #8212; high-achieving students ages 16-22. The previous survey results were published in the March 2008, April 2009, and April 2010 issues of the Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership. Our 2011 career survey will appear in the Journal, too, which is a paid PDF.
The 10,000 respondents are members of NSHSS, an honors organization founded by Claes Nobel, a senior member of the family that established the Nobel Prizes. The Society currently has a roster of 700,000 members internationally. This group of respondents consists of both college-bound high school students and currently enrolled college students; the respondents include 3,300 college students and 7,200 high school students.
Students ranked Disney as their first employer preference for the fourth year, and continued ranking highly those companies that reflect their interests in technology, such as Google and Microsoft; medical-related fields, such as St Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Mayo Clinic; and trend-setting firms such as Abercrombie amp; Fitch. keep reading #8230;
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Thorough Sourcing Part VI
by Maureen Sharib Mar 7, 2011, 12:32 pm ET
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First off, I’d like to hand out the “extra credit” to last week’s Sourcing Test.
The extra credit goes to nobody because nobody answered the specific question:
“Tell me why knowing Lisa’s name is listed as one of the six important pieces of information.”
And this is one of the basic problems in sourcing #8212; not listening closely enough to the instructions.
It’s not just a sourcing problem #8212; many people in many different jobs suffer this sin #8212; but it’s a special problem in sourcing because sourcing is about the research.
If you’re not hearing the right information, how in the world do you expect to be able to produce the right information?
You can’t expect it and you can’t expect your sourcers to be doing it if they’re not well trained in listening.
That being off my chest allows me to answer my own question. keep reading #8230;
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Like It Or Not, Zapoint May Profile You
by John Zappe Mar 7, 2011, 7:45 am ET
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Those seemingly sober-minded folks at Zapoint are cooking up a sales gimmick as clever as it is provocative. Over the next 12 months, Zapoint will compile dossiers on the HR, sales, and marketing employees of 300 of Fortune #8217;s biggest companies.
Then, says Chris Twyman, Zapoint #8217;s founder and CEO, the HR departments will be presented with skills maps for their company #8217;s personnel.
“If some of the 300 don’t like what we are doing that is fine,” says Twyman in a press release going out today. “It will not be long before they need to consider the implications of this campaign. #8221;
Talk about throwing down the gauntlet. The 300, as the project is called, is nothing if not ambitious and attention-getting. keep reading #8230;
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Reasons Why Managers Oppose Public Sector Unions
by Dr. John Sullivan Mar 7, 2011, 5:30 am ET
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Feb 23 Wisconsin solidarity rally
The controversy surrounding the State of Wisconsin’s move to partially limit public-sector collective bargaining rights is certainly a hot one. Arguments for and against the action have been largely emotional or political in nature, with few stepping back to analyze the issue in a non-partisan light. As someone who has been a consultant to public-sector union negotiators and a college professor currently represented by a union, I understand the perspective and validity of most of the arguments.
My goal for this article is not to advocate for one position or another, but rather to explore the non-emotional “business reasons” why public-sector managers might oppose bargaining on nonwage issues. Even if you oppose restrictions on bargaining, the following list might help you understand why some have an opposing view.
Possible Reasons Public-Sector Managers Resist Union Actions
As with all issues, it would be unfair to make blanket statements that all unions do this or that, but there are certainly tendencies and actions, values, and goals that are quite common in public-sector unions. keep reading #8230;
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Is Indeed #8217;s Resume Service Job Posting #8217;s Climate Change?
by John Zappe Mar 4, 2011, 11:24 am ET
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Indeed made it official this morning, decloaking its new resume service with a blog post encouraging job seekers to try it out.
I posted about this a week ago, as word was leaking out that Indeed was conducting a private beta test. Indeed CEO Paul Forster confirmed the test, but didn #8217;t offer many details then.
Now, what we see is a broadening job seeker service. Users create an account (if they don #8217;t already have one) on Indeed where they can build a resume or upload one.  The resume can be shared by making them public, or they can remain hidden and used only by the job seeker.
Public resumes are searchable on the site or via search engines. That makes Indeed resumes much more visible than the leading other public resume site, Craigslist. It #8217;s also a significant improvement over Craigslist #8217;s resumes, which can charitably only be described as free-form and clunky. Indeed #8217;s resume builder creates the kind of resume any ATS can read. keep reading #8230;
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Private Sector Job Growth Fastest in Months as Unemployment Rate Ticks Down
by John Zappe Mar 4, 2011, 9:34 am ET
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The U.S. added jobs last month at the fastest pace since the big run-up to the Census a year ago. This time, however, the new jobs came from the private sector, which created 222,000 jobs in February.
Continuing cuts in employment by government brought the overall number of jobs added during the month to 192,000. At the same time, the unemployment rate dipped slightly and is now at 8.9 percent.
Economists had been predicting strong growth, and the numbers released this morning by the U.S. Labor Department #8217;s Bureau of Labor Statistics were right in line with #8212; or above #8212; the consensus estimates. A Bloomberg survey put the average estimate for private job growth at 200,000.
Reuters quoted Brian Levitt, an economist at OppenheimerFunds in New York, saying, #8220;We have moved into the expansion phase of the economic cycle and the economy is self-sustaining. #8221;
Expectations for a robust report were bolstered this week when ADP projected private job growth of 217,000 new jobs in February. Thursday, a 20,000 drop in initial unemployment claims brought the filings to 368,000 for the last week of the month, the lowest number since May 2008. That report helped fuel a Wall Street rally Thursday that sent the Dow up 191 points. keep reading #8230;
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SHRM Asked to Reconsider Its .Jobs Position
by John Zappe Mar 3, 2011, 9:57 pm ET
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Saying SHRM has an #8220;excellent opportunity to demonstrate its independence, #8221; a coalition of trade associations, job boards, and others is calling on the HR organization to reconsider its position favoring an expansion of the use of .jobs addresses.
The two-page letter from the .JOBS Charter Compliance Coalition asks SHRM, sponsor of the .jobs address, #8220;to exercise its oversight and enforcement duties and end Employ Media’s non-compliant operation of the .JOBS TLD #8230; #8221;
Issued today, the letter follows this week #8217;s sharply worded reprimand from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. Charging Employ Media, the administrator of .jobs addresses, and its partner SHRM with serving their own financial interests rather than the interests of the human resource community, ICANN declared Employ Media in breach of its agreement and gave it 30 days to make things right or face cancellation. keep reading #8230;
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Close at the Beginning to Increase Quality of Hire
by Lou Adler Mar 3, 2011, 5:33 pm ET
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Many recruiters lose too many good candidates at the beginning of the sourcing and recruiting process, due to lack of basic recruiting skills. As a result, they work too hard screening more candidates than necessary and lowering overall candidate quality, since they let the best ones get away without a fight. The problem starts by not responding properly to the “what’s the job?” or “what’s the comp?” question when first engaging with a hot prospect. keep reading #8230;
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College Hiring, Recruiting Outlook Brightens
by John Zappe Mar 3, 2011, 4:59 pm ET
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College hiring brightened in February, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
The monthly NACE hiring Index took a 5.4-point jump from January to February, meaning more actual hiring of college students took place. A second measure #8212; of recruiting activity #8212; took a 5-point jump.
#8220;The February figure is the highest yet recorded since NACE launched the index poll in October 2009, #8221; the organization reported, #8220;indicating that the Spring 2011 recruiting season will likely be brisk. #8221;
The increase brings the hiring component almost even with where it was in October, while the recruiting activity measure is stronger than it was a few months ago. keep reading #8230;
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ADP Says February Hiring Was Strongest In Years
by John Zappe Mar 2, 2011, 12:44 pm ET
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If today #8217;s employment report from payroll processor ADP is any indication, February was a good month for hiring. A very good month.
The 217,000 private sector jobs that ADP says were added during the shortest month of the year was the largest increase reported by the company since November 2006.
Based on ADP #8217;s payroll data and compiled by Macroeconomic Advisers, the monthly Employment Report is considered a harbinger of the official Labor Department report that will be released Friday. While the two reports use different methodology and the government report includes public sector employment, the ADP report offers economists an early look at the employment trend.
Economists had been expecting the ADP report to show an increase of 170,000 to 180,000. Estimates for the government report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics average 200,000 more jobs in February, according to a survey by Dow Jones Newswires. keep reading #8230;
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Thorough Sourcing Part V
by Maureen Sharib Mar 1, 2011, 7:18 pm ET
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So how do we find the other members in a person’s group when we know that group contains what we’re looking for?
As you recall, that was the last question posed to me by my student sourcer on the second day of our MagicMethod training.
For those of you just now tuning in, MagicMethod is my particular brand of phone sourcing. I’ve been phone sourcing since 1997 and the program developed (for me) as I struggled in the early part of my career to find a way to phone source that was something apart from the literature in existence at that time on the subject.
What am I talking about?  There was no literature in existence on phone sourcing when I started!
My early fears were only met with the chagrin I felt when my questions were met with surreptitious answers like… keep reading #8230;
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The True Grit Between HR Generalists and Recruiters
by Jeremy Eskenazi Mar 1, 2011, 5:07 am ET
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I #8217;ve spoken often in the past of the challenging relationship between human resources generalists and in-house recruiters. During the last few years, that relationship has become even more complex: Because of the recession, many generalists were asked to do more recruiting because resources were limited. Now that the economy is rebounding, it #8217;s tempting to think the roles will revert back to normal. But will they? And if so, how have things changed or stayed the same? Have we learned anything at all in the last few years about how we can work more effectively together, or have we moved further apart?
The answers to these and other questions, as well as the opportunity to revisit this unique (sometimes good and sometimes not-so-good) relationship, prompted me to lead a comprehensive session on this topic at the upcoming ERE Spring Expo, March 23-25 in San Diego entitled In Treatment: The Complex Relationship Between Recruiters and HR Generalists. During the session, Mike Adamo, director, global talent acquisition at Edwards Lifesciences, and Susan Warner, director of corporate human resources for FMC Corporation, will join me representing a senior recruiting specialist leader and an HR generalist leader respectively. Together we will address the practical issues that arise between the two functions from all sides and look at ways to improve the relationship and increase everyone #8217;s value within their organizations.
But to begin, we thought it would be helpful to provide some information on the historical challenges, or #8216;True Grit, #8217; in the relationship between recruiters and generalists, from each of their perspectives, and what has worked in the past. So let #8217;s hear from both sides: keep reading #8230;
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ICANN Says .Jobs Operation Violates Rules
by John Zappe Feb 28, 2011, 1:35 pm ET
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UPDATE:  Employ Media has posted a response to ICANN #8217;s Notice of Breach saying #8220;we find the claims contained in the Notice to be utterly without merit. #8221; SHRM also issued a statement. This post has been updated to incorporate what Employ Media and SHRM have to say.
The Internet #8217;s addressing authority has ordered the manager of the .Jobs domains to fix problems with how it issues addresses within 30 days or face the cancellation of its contract.
The Notice of Breach from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers includes a sharp rebuke of both registrar Employ Media and its partner SHRM, both of whom ICANN accused of establishing restrictions on the use of .Jobs address so #8220;loose #8221; they #8220;appear to exclusively serve the financial interests of Employ Media and SHRM. #8221;
ICANN also suggests that the .jobs Universe of job boards is contrary to both the rules and intent behind the creation of the .jobs domain in the first place.
#8220;It appears that Employ Media and SHRM, through the Direct Employers Association, intend to use the .JOBS TLD primarily to compete with other internet job boards. Such use is inconsistent with the purpose stated in the .JOBS Charter and represented to the ICANN community, #8221; the letter says.
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Refusing Applications from the Unemployed: Best Practice or Madness?
by Dr. John Sullivan Feb 28, 2011, 5:53 am ET
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Is it a good idea for firms hiring to purposely exclude the unemployed from consideration?
If you missed the news last summer (June 2010) about the growth of this practice, then you might be scratching your head and thinking to yourself, ‘that’s crazy.’ However, for those that follow trends and deal with job postings daily, it’s clear that postings increasingly contain some variation of the phrase “you must be currently employed in order to be considered.” For example, a posting made last week to CareerBuilder by an Alabama restaurant chain made the requirements crystal clear by putting the word “currently” in all caps.
“Must be CURRENTLY employed as a restaurant manager”
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Job Search Site Testing Resume Uploads
by John Zappe Feb 25, 2011, 4:39 pm ET
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Job search site Indeed confirmed it is beta testing resume uploads, but is otherwise mum about the details.
#8220;We have been beta testing allowing users to upload their resume, #8221; Indeed CEO Paul Forster said in an email. #8220;That is all I can say at this point. #8221;
Jason Davis of RecruitingBlogs.com first tweeted the news this morning.
Until now, Forster #8217;s site, like its competitor SimplyHired.com, has indexed job postings from corporate career sites and job boards, including all the majors. Many of them, in fact, provide a daily feed of their listings, finding the two sites a valuable #8212; and free #8212; source of traffic.
Indeed ranks 3rd in the U.S. in traffic; SimplyHired is 4th. The leaders are CareerBuilder and Monster. However, with 13.1 million unique visitors in January, according to comScore, Indeed had more than twice the traffic of HotJobs, which is now part of Monster. keep reading #8230;
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ISO Accepts Plan For Global HR Standards
by John Zappe Feb 25, 2011, 3:09 pm ET
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Imagine an international standard for determining cost of hire. Or one for valuing the human capital of a company.
A pipe dream just a few years ago, now both are possible following yesterday #8217;s decision by the International Organization for Standardization.
#8220;A major milestone was passed, #8221; says Lee Webster, SHRM #8217;s director of HR standards. #8220;There #8217;s a lot of work, but we #8217;re on the way. #8221;
What the ISO approved was an application by the American National Standards Institute to develop globally applicable HR standards. It #8217;s a companion effort to the one underway now to create HR standards for the U.S.
Lead by SHRM, the first standard #8212; to create a uniform way of measuring cost of hire #8212; is working its way through the public comment process. That closes March 18th. Depending on the comments and suggestions that come in, the proposal could become a standard by the summer. keep reading #8230;
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New Ways to Make Permission Marketing Work For You
by Jody Ordioni Feb 25, 2011, 5:33 am ET
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Google, Yahoo, and Bing have made great advances in targeted marketing, allowing brands to focus on their most prized demographics. But none of them can yet answer the most important question: does a particular person actually want to buy your product?
That’s where permission marketing comes in. Coined by best-selling marketing guru Seth Godin, it has included opting in for newsletters, requesting catalogs, or signing up for e-mail updates. Now, innovations such as Facebook Connect and Google Buzz have ushered in a new era of permission marketing. These and other emerging services can provide you with additional opportunities to connect with your chosen audience. keep reading #8230;
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Tech Job Site Offers Peer Reviews For Prospects
by John Zappe Feb 24, 2011, 12:31 pm ET
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Finding a programmer is easy. Resumes are everywhere: Dice, Craigslist, CareerBuilder, personal websites. You name it.
But how do you sort through the stack to create your short list? (I #8217;m deliberately ignoring the issues of availability, interest, and candidate affordability.)
Like most recruiters and software ranking systems, you look at skills, years of experience, types of projects they worked on, career progress, and the like.
What if you could also factor in the opinion of their peers? Suppose you could see how their peers rated your prospect #8217;s solutions to problems that befuddled other programmers?
That #8217;s the idea behind the revamped careers site on StackOverflow. It #8217;s a popular Q amp;A coding site, where programmers can post their programming challenges and see what solutions others offer. Responses #8212; and the questions, too #8212; are rated by the programming community, and result in a reputation score. keep reading #8230;
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