Today on Jobboarders.com
Today on Jobboarders.com:
On the Board Biz Daily blog, “See Who’s Been Nominated for a ReSI”. A record number of nominations were submitted for the 2105 Awards, and this post continues our introduction of the nominated organizations.
At the CyberSoapbox, sound off on: “Have big data and analytics made a significant difference in the way your mid-sized and smaller employers recruit?”. They clearly influence the behavior of large employers, but how great an impact have big data and analytics had on the recruiting activities of other organizations?
At the Peer Poll, chime in on: “Do you think the incidence of fraudulent job postings is increasing, decreasing or staying about the same as in previous years?”. Is the problem getting worse, better or unchanged?
Jobboarders Book of the Month: “The Career Activist Republic” by Peter Weddle. The bestseller Free Agent Nation hypothesized that people increasingly want to work for themselves as a kind of Me, Inc., but the reality has turned out to be something very different. People do want to work for themselves but they want to be employed by someone else. That’s the premise of The Career Activist Republic – the growing legion of independent “persons of talent” who have their pick of employers. Get it in the IAEWS Bookstore.
- Account Executive, YourMembership
- Acquisition Opportunity: Project Oriole: An online recruitment business for sale
Plus, one new member joined the Jobboarders community.
- Christian Bertrand, Webscribble.com
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