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Books and Programs
Using social networking to build your recruiting muscle, not bust your recruiting budget
E-cruiting, now in its second edition, was written to provide independent recruiters and small business hiring managers with an overview of social media recruiting: how to use it, why to use it, and what to be careful about when using it. If you are a recruiter for a larger network, or an experienced corporate recruiter, you will still find a lot of useful information. As a matter of fact, we promise you that you will find at least one new trick to add to your recruiting bag.
What is new in the second edition? We cover QR codes, Twitter lists, LinkedIn's Contacts tagging, paper.li, Facebook Discussions, and more. With the constantly evolving nature of social media, these are just a few new areas you may want to check out.
What is social networking?
Is it really being used by companies to recruit candidates, and how?
Should I be concerned about legal ramifications?
What the heck do I do with all of this information?* How does my company establish a social networking presence?* Major social networking sites (such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter)
Recruiting for colleges
This book pulls together key concepts and explains not only how to implement them into your recruiting practices, but why you need to implement them.
Career Boot Camp
Attention Job Seekers!
YOU ARE ABOUT TO LEARN HOW TO FIND A GREAT JOB, EVEN IF YOU THINK YOU’VE EXHAUSTED ALL OF YOUR LEADS, YOU’RE TIRED OF THE JOB SEARCH GRIND OR YOU’RE SICK AND TIRED OF SPINNING YOUR WHEELS, WHEREVER YOU ARE…
Dear frustrated job seeker:
Have you exhausted all of your job leads and don’t know where to turn now?
Is your résumé 3 pages and counting?
Was your last interview so long ago that you had to take off your leg warmers to get dressed?
Do you want to use powerful online tools like LinkedIn to find the best (unadvertised) jobs in your industry but don’t know where to start?
If some of these things ring true for you, you are in the right place.
We know that managing your career transition takes time and requires a structured, deliberate approach. The more focused your efforts are, the better your results will be. We also know how frustrating it can be when presented with unfocused, unqualified, and unprepared candidates interviewing for your available positions!
We also know that career coaching packages with a credentialed career coach can cost anywhere from $375 per month to several thousands of dollars and that may not be an option for some job seekers.
So, what’s a frustrated job seeker to do to get the help they desperately need?
Answer: A self-contained course that shows you the exact steps we use with our private clients!
“Career Boot Camp” is exactly that! It is a self-contained, self-directed and comprehensive course that walks you through a structured, career transition management process, using tested coaching principles and exercises, which you can complete at your own pace. In the process, you’ll answer all of your questions and concerns about your career transition and you’ll receive skills that will assist you now and going forward as you navigate your entire career.