Archive for December 2010

BrightMove, Inc. Launches BrightMove Progression: Innovative Technology for New Hires and Process Automation

BrightMove, Inc. Launches BrightMove Progression: Innovative Technology for New Hires and Process Automation St. Augustine Beach, FL, December 20 2010 – BrightMove, Inc. (www.brightmove.com), a leading developer of Recruiting Software for Recruitment Outsourcing (RPO), Staffing and Corporate HR, announces the debut of BrightMove Progression. This product streamlines onboarding for new employees, while automating processes for…

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Get Creative: Unorthodox Recruiting Methods May Get The Job Done

There is a reason that standard recruiting methods are, well, standard: they work. Placing ads, using temp agencies, calling on employee referrals, etc. – these are all tried and true methods that have stood the test of time and yielded some positive results. However, as we all know, these methods don’t always work. Every recruiter has been in a situation where the typical recruitment process doesn’t generate new hires. When that moment comes, when you are all out of ideas, how do you proceed?

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Seeing Green: Figuring Salary's Part In Hiring And Retention

Money money money. Famed writer Leo Rosten once said that money can’t buy happiness, but neither can poverty. Money is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. With the state of the current economy, it’s more important than ever. Working for a company that you love or in a job that you are passionate about are luxuries that are becoming rare. In this day and age, making as much as possible and putting food on the table is the key to survival.

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What's Happening? 2010 to 2011 College Recruiting Trends

Every year around this time, Michigan State University polls thousands of employers of all sizes in search of data relating to college graduates in order to generate recruiting trends. This data varies in type of information from the average salary offer by major to the percent of job placement per geographic region. Whether an employer or a recent college graduate, the findings from this research study are invaluable when predicting graduate availability, updating on the current market, or simply comparing what is being offered for entry-level graduates across the nation.

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