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27
Mar 15

Now Hiring Recruiters and Sourcers! Work remote now.

I don’t normally do this, but the need is so great. (Business is really, really good.)

Here we GROW again! Due to new client wins and current team expansions Randstad Sourceright is seeking qualified Recruiters, Sourcers & Recruitment Support professionals to fill immediate contract opportunities on our team. View our openings & apply here: http://bit.ly/1w3VeOo

Now Hiring Recruiters


21
Mar 15

The Number One Job Hunting Book In The World

The Number One Job Hunting Book In The World
The Number One Job Hunting Book In The World!

“The Number One Job Hunting Book In the World” is for the unemployed, unhappily-employed and the under-employed people who are frustrated with their job search and want to try something different but, do not know what. In 2002 and 2008 the world was in a recession. Despite that fact, the author was able to secure work relatively quickly using the ideas and strategies outlined in “The Number One Job Hunting Book in the World.”

If your idea of job searching is asking everyone you know for job leads, exploring job boards, sending your resume everywhere and waiting for something to happen; then you are doing yourself a disservice. Do something different rather than performing more of the same but, expecting different results. “The Number One Job Hunting Book in the World” is unapologetically quirky and aspires to be amusing while informing you…

a) why now is a good time to be looking for work
b) how to attract career opportunities to you
c) how to exponentially increase your job search results without doing extra work
d) how to leverage social media to find hidden jobs e) how to make money while in-between jobs by starting an online business that requires minimal overhead
f) a whole lot more…

While there are a lot of ideas and methods discussed, “The Number One Job Hunting Book in the World” is designed for the short attention span of those too busy to consume the information they know they need. Please lend your Facebook support to getting the word out about “The Number One Job Hunting Book in the World” and help job seekers find work and stay employed for life.

Get your copy now!
https://www.createspace.com/5096124


14
Mar 15

Can I get your help with something?

Can I get your help with something? I have a new book coming out this month and I would appreciate your assistance in getting the word out. Would you be willing to devote 3.5 seconds to promote my work?

I’m using a tool called “Thunderclap.” When someone logs in with their twitter (or tumblr or facebook), they give permission to Thunderclap to post one message (on a certain day and time) to whatever social network they logged in with. (I used it before and it works great!)

So, will you click here (or on the picture below), log into Thunderclap with your twitter (or facebook or tumblr) and automatically spread the word about my book? The message being spread will be “Unemployed? Unhappy at work? Read “The Number One Job Hunting Book In the World.” #jobsearch”

my job hunting book

(Oh! I asked for 3.5 seconds because that is how long it takes to log into twitter, facebook or tumblr with the Thunderclap app.)

By the way, when you click the link on the Thunderclap page, it will take you to an Amazon page where my books are. My job hunting book is not there (at this writing), but will be there when the thunderclap site sends out my message on March 29th. Make sense? If not, leave a comment and I will explain further.

Thanks in advance!

Jim


4
May 14

Gamification in the Application Process – The Social Recruiter Podcast

Joe Murphy discusses gamification.
In this episode of The Social Recruiter, Jim Stroud interviews Joe Murphy of Shaker Consulting Group about gamification in the application process. Tune in to hear some rather interesting insights. Connect with Joe Murphy at www.shakercg.com. // Special thanks to our sponsor Randstad Sourceright!



4
Mar 14

A Ridiculously Easy Way Netflix Recruiters Can Keep Their Candidates Warm

Jim StroudI love me some Netflix. Such being the case, I have an emotional investment in its success. That being said, I want to share an idea on a recruitment strategy that could benefit Netflix for the life of the enterprise. Intrigued? If so, read on.

Let’s imagine that you have applied for your dream job at Netflix. At some point, you would have volunteered your email so Netflix could contact you later. Should you login into Netflix with the same email you used to apply for a job, you would get additional choices. Check out my mockup below.

Recruitment strategy for Netflix

Clicking the “Jobs at Netflix” option would connect you to a special landing page showcasing jobs relevant to your background and videos promoting the culture of the company. How cool is that? Now, I realize that some would prefer not to have the “Jobs at Netflix” choice on their profile and I can understand why. What if a co-worker stops by to see your new big screen TV?

“Hey,” they say. “When I login to Netflix I don’t see a jobs option. Why do you have one?”

Awkward.

So, should this strategy be enacted, Netflix should give users the ability to turn off the “Jobs at Netflix” button. They should also send them an email before the button is live on their profile along with an explanation of how it got there. Make sense?

What do you think of this idea?

Jim