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It has been a long time since I’ve written regularly on my recruiting blog (because I’ve been here.)  There may be some folks who have missed me and there may be some folks who never realized that I was gone.  I know that when I started the Confessions of an Executive Restaurant Recruiter blog, my [...]

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OK, just a short blurb on a subject with which most of you may not be familiar. While I’ve written about Jason Goldberg on a couple of occasions here, I haven’t done so lately. Jason Goldberg is the CEO (for now) of Jobster. Jobster is some sort of career tool that tries to compete with [...]

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Tomorrow is PuppyCam Friday on my SEO blog. If you like dogs, especially Rottweilers tune in for live video of them playing. sleeping, and goofing off. Feel free to leave comments there, ask questions, or send the puppies email. While you are over there, you might want to check out some of the articles that [...]

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I hope so. I just placed an item up for bid on EBay. A fantastic golf outing for 6 at Fripp Island Resort. If you love golf this could be a great trip for you and some of your golfing buddies. Sadly, I can’t use the trip myself because of Roscoe and Doobie [see their [...]

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So, people really think Don Imus is a racist? Get real folks. He used some crude remarks that referred to the ethnicity of the Rutgers women’s basketball team – "nappy-headed hos" is what he called them. Now the usual suspects (Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and others) are clamoring for Imus to be fired and [...]

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Last week I discovered something that I had to fix. Not long ago I created a PDF of a popular series of posts that I had done here. Pat Lefler (who has a very good blog called "Intrepid ideas…and other musings") had made the suggestion that I make the series "10 Ways to Make Recruiters [...]

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My friend Jason Alba [don't worry there will be the usual eye candy at the end of my posting] is running a special on the incredibly powerful career management toolset, JibberJobber.  The details are listed below.  If you know what’s good for you, you’ll get your butts over there and sign up.  There is also [...]

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Not often do I ask a favor of my readership, but today I am. I really don’t need I dime, I need your input. If you don’t have much time to read today, either come back when you do, or skip down to the last paragraph and read the bolded sentence. I don’t really know [...]

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Roscoe meets Doobie It’s been a couple of long days for us here at the Chapman household. In the space of two weeks we’ve gone from no dogs to two. Doobie you should already know.     Our second dog is a show quality Rottweiler who is now 9 weeks old. The two boys are [...]

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Today, I’m a man on a mission. Several of my closer friends in the recruiting community know that I am currently working on a project that is very important to me… I’m very passionate about this particular topic. In fact, I’m close to being obsessed. The subject, which will be revealed fully as the week [...]

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