Job Posting Specifications: Are You Asking The Right Questions?

Years ago I was talking to a section of the Graduate School of Business at Stanford and  asked the following question: A candida...

How To Connect With The ‘Best’ Contacts on LinkedIn

Last week we discussed how corporate recruiting is changing. Recruiting departments are starting to act more like executive search...

Doing A Job Search? Help Career & Job Researchers Find You First

Recruiting is getting more complex. It used to be that a “full service recruiter” would have a phone, a Rolodex and their sale...

Don’t Let Your Ego Ruin Your Interview

Someone wrote: “I know you want to put the candidate in the control of their career, but make sure you tell candidates how to be...

Be A Ruler For A Day: First Job – Fix Recruiting!

I would like to take a break from talking about brand talent and how to put you in control of your career. We’ll get back to our...

How To Evaluate A Job & Career Recruiter

Liz Ryan brought up a good point last week - corporate recruiting doesn’t often work the way it should. Reactions to corporate r...

What Is the Job Search Velvet Rope?

Have you ever been to a movie premier? Great nightclub? Concert? Then you have experienced the “velvet rope.” It's the barrier...

Getting Recruiters To Invest In A Relationship With You

The world of work is changing: from how companies operate to how companies find employees, nothing is the same as it was just 10 y...

No Innovation = No Value = No Job

It is well known that corporate America is looking to reduce costs to stay competitive in the global market. This cost focus will ...

Rachel Asks: “How Do You Know You’re an Employee Zombie?”

One of the best things about writing on the Glassdoor blog is getting comments from readers. All writers live for readers and I am...