It’s Not Too Late to Register…
for the IAEWS Fall Member Congress.
Why bother? Because it’s the only conference where 100% of the content focuses on improving your site’s operations and financial performance.
The Congress will be held at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on September 5, 2012.
The program includes:
It’s an entire day devoted entirely to enhancing your organization’s success. And, registration is just $450 per person!
So, register right now. Click here to reach the secure registration portal.
IAEWS Congress Hotel
Thanks to ERE, the IAEWS has been able to secure a discounted room rate of $205 per night plus tax. Click here to reach the ERE hotel reservations page. Or, call The Westin Diplomat directly at (888) 627-9057 and identify yourself as an attendee of our companion conference the ERE Expo 2012 Fall.
Hybrid Employment Sites
There’s a new kind of employment site emerging on the Web. Part job board and part social media site, it has the potential to revolutionize the online employment services industry.
Click here to read “The Rise of Hybrid Employment Sites” at RecruitingTrends.com.
We Won the Medal Count, But …
Are We Losing What Counts More?
The U.S. may have won the medal count at the Olympics, but it is in danger of losing what counts more: our faith in the future. Pundits and commentators are now opining that the American Dream has been replaced by the Chinese Dream and the Indian Dream and the Korean Dream.
And, that’s just not true. We are as strong or stronger in the global economic race as we were in the Olympics. If you’d like to know why, read my new book. It’s called A Multitude of Hope: A Novel About Rediscovering the American Dream. Sure, it’s fiction, but it’s fiction that is 100 percent true.
To read a free excerpt, click here.
Or, order your copy from Amazon.com right now. Just click here.
Sourcing Career Success
As recruiters and HR professionals, we spend 33 percent of our day (or more) on-the-job and 100 percent of our job helping others to achieve career success.
Don’t our own careers deserve equal attention? Absolutely! And the one best way to do that is by sourcing career success with WEDDLE’s books. They include:
The Career Fitness Workbook. This book introduces a complete regimen of activities that will help you successfully compete for and hang onto the job of your dreams. Think of it as “the habits of highly effective career activists.” It’s a one-of-a-kind program that not only tells you what to do, but how to do it and how often. And at just $14.95, it’s one of the smartest investments you’ll ever make.
Recognizing Richard Rabbit. This fable for adults will entertain and delight you and help you out of the boxes that keep you from becoming the champion inside you. It is a novel and engaging way to recognize the talented person you are meant to be.
The Career Activist Republic. This blockbuster of a book provides a provocative yet positive assessment of the changing world of work in the American economy and describes an innovative strategy that will enable you to avoid the pitfalls and capture the opportunities in this new environment.
The Success Matrix: Wisdom from the Web on How to Get Hired and Not Be Fired. This anthology collects the best of Peter Weddle’s columns on job search and career success. It is the only book you’ll find that provides a candid and totally up-to-date look at how to get and stay ahead in today’s workplace.
Be At Your Best With the Best Tools
The best recruiters use the best resources to get the job done. And, when it comes to reaching top talent online, their choice is clear. It’s WEDDLE’s Guides for Recruiting Success. Get yours today!
WEDDLE’s 2011/12 Guide to Employment Sites on the Internet. This is the 10th edition of the Guide the American Staffing Association called the “Zagat” of job boards and social media sites.
WEDDLE’s Guide to Association Web Sites. This book details the recruiting resources and capabilities that are available at the Web-sites of over 3,000 professional and technical associations.
Finding Needles in a Haystack. This one-of-a-kind guide lists over 25,000 keywords and keyword phrases, across 5,400 job and position titles in 28 industries and professions.