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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Four Employment Reference Checking Tips for Managers

Many managers and recruiters don't enjoy this part of the job. Many say they don't have time. And many don't really know how to go about checking references. I personally am a big fan of reference checking. My questions are difficult and require a lot of thought from the people I talk to. My goal is to gain a true portrait of what my candidate has done to make a difference in the bottom line of the companies he or she has worked for. The way his or her references respond- how quickly, how in-depth, and of course, how favorably - tells me what kind of respect my candidate has gained from others in a professional environment.

This is a great article for employers, touching on some important tips regarding Reference Checking. I hope you find it useful.
Four Employment Reference Checking Tips for Managers

I found this video and thought it was a perfect addition to our post on References! It's hilarious- enjoy!

Hiring Trends for 2010

According to CareerBuilder  and USA Today’s most recent Job Forecast nationwide survey of employers, hiring in the second half of 2010 is likely to mirror hiring trends of the first half of the year with hiring progressing at a moderate but consistent pace. Read on...
http://www.massappealnews.com/2010/07/15/jobs-hiring-trends-for-2010/

Virtualization Networking Guide: Managing Virtualization

Virtualization has gone from IT buzzword to IT staple, so it's vital for networking professionals to understand how server virtualization and networks affect each other.

In this guide, networking professionals can learn about managing virtualization networking, distributed virtual switching, network capacity planning for virtualization and more.

http://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/generic/0,295582,sid7_gci1519778,00.html?track=NL-1382&ad=790802&asrc=EM_NLT_12618572&uid=10482371

More on Dealing with Counteroffers

Quitting a job is never easy. Career changes are tough enough and the anxieties of leaving a comfortable job, friends and environment for an unknown opportunity can easily cloud anyone's judgment. But what should you do when your current employer "muddies the waters" even more by asking you to stay.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Employers: Achieving Work-Life Balance for Your Employees- Are You Making Room in Your Organization?

I've always been a big fan of the idea of work-life balance. For many it really works. For others, not so much. Some companies report a 95% employee retention rate when they offer telecommuting and flexible schedules. Does it work for you or your organization?

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=124611210

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Are You Using Social Media in Your Job Search?

If not, you could be missing out. Here are a few helpful links:



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Should You Discuss Salary in an Interview?

Reiterating my usual advice- always try to avoid bringing up salary in the interview. You never want to be the first to disclose the number. Here's why...

Workforce Management in a Shifting Economy

In today's struggling economy, HR professionals dealing with limited company resources are challenged with finding and holding on to highly skilled, high-wage employees. Some insight and tips:

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Hiring Managers- 4 Tips for Hiring Top Talent


Although in today's economy hiring managers have the advantage of an overflowing applicant pool, it still remains a daily challenge to attract and retain top talent. Read on and learn more about how you can be on top of your game in this informative article:

http://news.thomasnet.com/IMT/archives/2010/06/4-tips-processes-for-hiring-the-best-talent.html

Cisco Certifications- What do they all mean? Definitions of Top Paying Certifications

As hiring managers you look for employees who have them and encourage your current staff to constantly be on top of them. As recruiters we search for candidates who list them on their resumes, so we can match their highly sought after skills with potential employers. And as IT professionals you work extremely hard at keeping up with them, so you're on top of your game and always at your most marketable. Cisco certifications are among the highest paying technical certifications. There is a high demand in the tech industry for employees with Cisco certifications. But what do they all mean? Here's a comprehensive look at today's most highly regarded and top paying Cisco certifications:

Network Security Specialists in High Demand- Definitions of Information Security Certifications

Continuing with the list of popular certifications of today, this list focuses on Information Security. With network and information security breaches remaining a top concern for CIO's, we have seen an increased demand for professionals with security experience. Predictions state that security and risk management will be the most in-demand networking skills. The increased demand is one of the reasons why many of the highest paying technical certifications have a security focus. Here are some that top the list:

10 Reasons Why You Should Never Accept a Counteroffer

For the IT employee, there are no reasons to accept them. Ever! Once you get a counteroffer to stay, you can bank on the fact that your employer is already undertaking the search for your replacement. After all, they know your loyalty is gone.

So if, as an IT professional, you do receive a counteroffer, what is going on in the head of the employer? Here are a few motivating factors they might be responding to:

Friday, September 10, 2010

Are YOU Getting the Most from Your Recruiter?

Great article from Network Computing magazine. In my opinion, this is a perfect example of what a good recruiter should be doing for you. Don't expect any less!

http://www.networkcomputing.com/unixworld/feature/003.html

2010 Top IT Networking Skills for the Future

Great insight for computer networking professionals. Looks like we're looking ahead to Virtualization, Green IT, Unified Communications and Security and Risk Management - topping the list of networking skills to be in high demand over the next five years. Read more...

http://jobsearchtech.about.com/od/skills/qt/Top_Networking_Skills.htm

Interviewing Tips: What Hiring Managers Really Want From You

An informative article reiterating much of the "Preparing for the Interview" booklet I provide my candidates prior to their interviews. Great info for active job seekers in interview mode and insightful for hiring managers as well. Enjoy...

http://www.pongoresume.com/articles/48/interviewing-tips-hiring-managers.cfm