My interest was piqued this week by an intriguing article written by Dr John Sullivan, entitled The End of Sourcing is Near….the Remaining Recruiting Challenge is Selling. It’s a well written and in places quite convincing article whose main arguments are that: Now that most people have an on-line presence of some description, sourcing is [...]
Firstly let me assure you that it does exist and it’s here to stay. Let me put some context on this. I’m a Recruiter, I’ve been a Recruiter for over 15 years and I’m likely to be a Recruiter for the foreseeable future (I just don’t think I’m capable of doing anything else now). I [...]
The Natural Language technology space is an exciting place to be right now…but it’s facing an expertise supply problem that leaves it at a significant crossroads.
We’ve been talking to our nation’s youth about mastering interviews. Here’s out top tips…
We’re teaming up with the good folks at www.NLPPeople.com, to bring you exclusive NLP jobs.
Get better at stuff by getting more LinkedIn endorsements. Or something.
Believe it or not, lots of the people we’re talking to at the moment are finding themselves in multi-0ffer situations. Yeah, we know – there’s a recession on, there’s no jobs, the world is ending – but that, ladies and gentlemen, is what’s happening. So what do you do when you’ve had more than one [...]
Our New Least Favourite Word: “Candidate”. And why you’re really a job-seeker, a job-peeker or a job-keeper instead.
Being very early for an interview is just as bad as being late. Avoid this by using the 8 minute rule.
Most people would argue that there’s no difference, but we think that it’s useful to distinguish between them – even if it’s just from an ideological perspective.