Computerized Recruiting

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Jun 28, 2012

Category: Automation

Recruiting is a personal services business. It is also a “bottom line” business - - totally governed by a Recruiter’s current productivity. Right and wrong, success and failure, and the concept of “long term achievement” by a Recruiter are frequently measured only by the last 90 days’ production. The...

Will the Internet Replace Recruiters?

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

As you know, the staffing industry as a whole has had it’s nose bloodied in the last few years and many recruiters did not have the training and tools that they needed to survive in a tougher market. I’ve heard estimates that as many as 30-40% of the firms that...

How Sharp are Your Tools?

  By Top Echelon  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

Top Echelon Network is located in Canton, Ohio, and is very close to the world’s largest community of Amish people. I am fortunate in that I am able to spend a considerable amount of time in the various communities and witness one of the most amazing things that a person...

The Power of Process

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

If you are like most firms, you are not operating at half your potential nor are structured to realize the full value of your staffing firm. Whether your goal is to expand operations or maintain status quo, it is assumed that your definition of success includes maximizing profit, maximizing satisfaction...

Recruiting Technology Trends

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

This article will focus on industry-wide trends you will see from the recruiting software vendors for 2005. We will not discuss individual companies, but rather the continuing evolution of an industry in hopes that this information will help you not only plan for today but understand what tomorrow brings. You...

Can You Say

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

Most people can’t even think about it, much less "say it". The horror of it is just too much to endure. The chaos, the confusion, the panic and the disappointment are all distressing. If you have ever gone through it, you hope that you never ever have to go through...

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