Today on Jobboarders.com
Today on Jobboarders.com:
On the Board Biz Daily Blog, “Do We Treat Each Other Like Comrades or Enemies?” by Ken Levinson. In recruiting at least, customers are often better served when competition is not an “us vs. them” choice, but a TEAM effort.
Also on the Board Biz Daily blog, read “ReSI Nominations Due This Week”. The nomination form is short, but the PR value of this prestigious global recognition is very long-lasting.
And while you’re on the Board Biz Daily blog, read “Save Big & Attend the Programmatic Ad Buying Summit”. This revolution is already sweeping the job board industry so stay on top of it AND save $100 when you register for the IAEWS Leadership Summit on Programmatic Ad Buying by May 31, 2015.
In the blog archive, “What Keeps You Up at Night …”. What do you think are the challenges and opportunities that could shape your business in the weeks and months ahead?
Jobboarders Book of the Month: “Next Practices” by Peter Weddle. Best Practices are so yesterday. They’re sourcing and recruiting techniques designed for a time that has passed. What’s better? Next Practices – strategies and tactics that update and revitalize job posting, social recruitment and more. Get it in the IAEWS Bookstore.
- AHACareerCenter.org is now HealthCareerCenter.com
- JobFinderUSA respond to job seeker demands with Madgex technology
- Private Research Bulletin Gives the Edge to Busy Jobboarders.
Plus, one new member joined the Jobboarders community.
- Debbie Durrett, Jobs2Careers.com
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