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Mark Stevenson

Google For Jobs

Why Google for Jobs is a Big Deal for Recruiters and Job Seekers

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While working 9-to-5 jobs is hard work, the process of looking for one is often just as exhausting. You need to craft a good-looking resume, list down your skills and qualifications that make you an attractive candidate, and check hundreds of job postings on classified ads – whether online or on traditional newspapers – until you find the perfect match.

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8 Strategic Steps to Successful Volume Recruitment [Infographic]

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A major challenge faced by recruiters is volume recruitment. Volume recruitment also goes by such labels as bulk recruitment, ramp-up recruitment, or seasonal recruitment. All these clearly suggest that it’s all about recruiting in high volumes – a good range would be anything between 5 and 500-plus – especially during busy seasons within a particular industry.

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8 Critical Recruiting Facts That Will Make You Rethink Your Hiring Strategy

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Sourcing candidates for a job is never an easy task for both the HR department of companies and head hunters. Typically, the recruitment process goes from identifying the vacancy, preparing the job description, sourcing of databases, role marketing, short-listing of candidates, interviewing applicants, and reference checking, to the actual job offer. It’s a long and complicated process, which is why companies enlist the help of head hunters for recruitment solutions.

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8 Women-Led Startups That Are Changing the World

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A study by the Harvard Business Review reported that women are rated higher than men when it comes to leadership competencies —with women outscoring men to the highest degree in taking the initiative and driving for results.

Fortune also summarized a few things that make women great leaders such as they are better than men at empathy; they value reciprocal relationships higher than men do; and they are concerned about cooperation, collaboration, and fairness from even a younger age.

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