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2006 AIRS Job Board GuideRead article
AIRS, the global leader in recruitment training and technology, has announced that its new 2006 job board and recruiting technology guide is now available. The directory includes thousands of job boards, employment hubs and sourcing technology providers and is organized into two main areas: job board listings and recruiting technology.
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ExecutiveTalent.netRead article, a career resource for senior executives, reports that senior executives in their 50s make less money and spend more time looking for jobs than those in their 40s. A poll of 571 senior executives across all industries shows that senior executives in their 50s make an average of about $145,000 annually while those in their 40s have salaries over 170 K. The company advises the more senior senior execs to market their skills to smaller companies where there experience will be placed at a premium.
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Human Capital InstituteRead article
How to get new hires up to speed faster! That's the focus of an intriguing Webcast set for next week by The Human Capital Institute. HCI, a think tank, professional organization and educator in talent management strategies, has scheduled "Accelerating Time to Competency" for 12 to 1:30 PM EST on Tuesday November 8. More information on this free Webcast is available on the HCI site linked above.
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JobsterRead article
Jobster, provider of tools to help employers connect with and maintain talent networks, is in the midst of a fall event tour titled "The Strategy of Recruiting Passive Talent." The events, which include presentations by Jobster CEO Jason Goldberg and Allan Schweyer, Executive Director of the Human Capital Institute, began last month in Atlanta and Washington. Upcoming events are scheduled in New York on November 9, Los Angeles on December 5 and Parsippany, New Jersey on December 7.
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How to find passive candidates remains a challenge for a lot of recruiters. But even those who can find them acknowledge that finding A-level passive candidates is another matter, as Bill Craib's recent Real Tools reader survey shows.