Hi, I am a seasoned C-Level Leadership Coach & Human Resources Project Management Executive. I am the Director of Human Resources for a global provider of integrated security and risk mitigation solutions for government, non-governmental, commercial, and international organizations. I have a decade of experience in providing a full range of critical Human Resources services to national and multinational organizations. Continue
Added by Jimmy Patmon on July 25, 2008 at 9:30am —
Check out the new blog post over at the Effortless HR Blog: Is your worker really an independent contractor
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Added by EffortlessHR on July 22, 2008 at 12:18pm —
The HR Capitalist claims that
the internet has made recruiters into sissies.
Between 2004 and 2006 everyone had an email account and checked it regularly. All that you, as a recruiter, had to do was email a job description to potential candidates and you would hear back from them toot sweet.
Since 2007 everyone has more than one email address. And the email addresses on their old resumes are rarely… Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on July 22, 2008 at 10:30am —
Did anyone realize how weirdly funny this is?
We all have our own blog space on this site, all set up and ready to be used. But we're here because we already have our own blogs somewhere else. So I guess nobody will post here ;-)
You can read my long ramblings:
And my short ramblings:
Added by Etienne (The Happy Employee) on July 19, 2008 at 5:30pm —
Poaching refers to the Management technique where an employee is entices or lured away from one employment to another by an employer.
This can be as a result of some special skills or knowledge that such employee possesses. And studies have shown that the reasons employees allow themselves to be poached include lack of constant training by organizations to world class standards. There is therefore need for Management of organizations to embrace training & development as a major… Continue
Added by Livingston N.C.Obasi on July 19, 2008 at 8:43am —
learned this from the president's press secretary:
Critics should prove they can do better
Tony criticized the president's communication policy and was willing to step in to to fix someone else's mess when asked. (Don't criticize unless you can do better?)
If you're nice, your enemies will be nice, too.
Tony took the "high road" when he could have… Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on July 18, 2008 at 1:54pm —
Added by EffortlessHR on July 18, 2008 at 10:48am —
Our Feature Event: Chatting and Hiring
Guest of Today: Microsoft Hiring Manager (Shanghai)
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Microsoft (Shanghai) hiring manager Junboz, will be featured on jobirn.com on Tuesday July 15, from 9a.m to 5p.m (PST).
He will chat with applicants who are interested in job openings in Microsoft Shanghai.
Moreover, he will identify and hire… Continue
Added by Nancyjobirn on July 15, 2008 at 2:23pm —
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Added by EffortlessHR on July 15, 2008 at 12:44pm —
I wanted to inform you that my company, TalentDrive will be present at SMA’s Summer Netowrking Conference on July 17. Katy Katz, TalentDrive’s Director of Client Services will be at the conference to answer any questions you might have about TalentDrive or our two sourcing technologies TalentFilter and TalentSource. For more information about TalentDrive please come to our free webcasts listed below.
Thu, Jul… Continue
Added by Talent Drive on July 15, 2008 at 10:35am —
In order to fulfill MY gruops duties in various cyber associations, I have re-adjusted my 9 groups in linked in and create 1 in xing and in process of creating sister groups in Doostang, Viadeo and Facebook plus other under the name VIRTUENTRATA. They are xross association, xplatfom, xross fields forum associations to in essence, unsatisfied with what 'is' I want to form a dynamic group who believe alsi that what 'is' is not good enough when we know there is 'what ought to be' and what could… Continue
Added by Photi Bouri on July 15, 2008 at 7:30am —
I would like to post something that I did not write but would like you all to read:
"Cinderella, a mud-shy piglet, was shod with four galoshes so she could overcome her fear and carry out her daily piggy responsibilities of wallowing and rolling. Cinders' owners were initially perplexed by the pig's reluctance to act like a pig, but
keen observation eventually led them to realize she was afflicted with mysophobia — fear of dirt. The solution was to outfit her with a set of boots, get… Continue
Added by Photi Bouri on July 15, 2008 at 7:12am —
What companies include or do not include in their orientation programs demonstrates how they respect the new employees time. Bill Jenson, in his book, The Simplicity Survival Handbook, describes three essential components which provide new employees with the tools and resources they need without overwhelming them:
· twenty names
· two-way review after three months
The concept of providing new employees with information prior to their start date… Continue
Added by Jimmy Ockey on July 12, 2008 at 9:59pm —
Here in the northeast, many of us commute sometimes long distances to get to work AND we have the added pleasure of heating our homes with OIL. Needless to say, this double punch hits many of hard in the pocketbook. I'm compiling ideas on how to help employees lessen the impact of high fuel costs. A few things I'm suggesting to employers is, when the job description allows it, moving to longer workdays but fewer of them (5 day week to 4 day week), and allowing employees to work from home a day… Continue
Added by Deb Whitworth on July 10, 2008 at 10:32am —
You can follow me on twitter as well. It will update everytime we post a new article on the Effortless HR Blog
Added by EffortlessHR on July 9, 2008 at 3:26pm —