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How We Find the Perfect Fit With Our New Hires: Inside Buffer Bootcamp Some call it a trial. Some call it a probationary period. We call it the Buffer Bootcamp. Our intro period for new hires is something we often reference in our monthly updates and hiring reports, but we’ve yet to really take you inside how this process works. I recently completed my Buffer Bootcamp, and I’ll be your guide, taking you inside my experience and how the bootcamp works. The Buffer Bootcamp overview Put simply: Bootcamp is our opportunity to ensure that the new hire and the company are a perfect fit with one another. The name is a clever take on the traditional probationary period, and it’s far from a bootcamp in the traditional sense—there are no pushups, buzz cuts, or army fatigues here, promise. Here are the bootcamp basics. Buffer Bootcamp is a 45-day period. Bootcamp gets brought up at every stage of the interview process so that applicants know in advance how things work when they start at Buffer. Any and all questions are welcome. I jumped head first. Kindle Paperwhite

Scholarship Opportunities – Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Home About Us News & Events Contact Us Board Login User Login Need Login Credentials? We can help! 1900 Union Avenue | Memphis, TN 38104 | (901) 728-4600 | Contact Us | Directions © Community Foundation of Greater Memphis 2014 Privacy | Sitemap 7 Tips For Writing A Great LinkedIn Invitation Whether you’re new to LinkedIn or you’re a seasoned user, connecting with new people can be a challenge, especially when you’re not sure what to write in your LinkedIn invitation. You might be tempted to use the generic “I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn” template, but beware! By not personalizing your message, you could lose a precious opportunity to network. Here are seven great tips on writing LinkedIn invitations from our approved career experts: 1. Be Honest “Explain why you want to connect with the person,” says Amanda Haddaway, author of Destination Real World: Success After Graduation For New And Soon-To-Be College Graduates. Dorothy Tannahill-Moran of Next Chapter New Life says honesty is the best policy when trying to connect with someone, especially if you’re looking to do some serious networking. 2. “I get a lot of requests and I always appreciate a brief mention of why the person wants to connect,” says Jenny Yerrick Martin of Your Industry Insider. 3.

Recruiting and Staffing – TLNT “I am so thankful that I got this new job. I now work for a non-profit and we are spearheading all these new initiatives, connecting children and health care. I am on a mission. Never been so excited about a job before from my past of working for profit companies.” This email message came to me the other morning from one of my colleagues in the U.S. This brought me back to a time one of our rising executives quit a promising job and career because her dream job materialized — one that would allow her to work with animals. Most managers already realize that employee referral programs routinely produce the highest quality of hires, but few know that the “Give Me 5” program produces the highest-performing hires of any individual referral approach. The “Give Me 5 Names” tool is easy, fast, and free. What you do is stimulate the employee’s memory by asking them a more targeted question like “name the best innovator who you know in this field. History shows that’s just not true.

Rivalis: Solutions de pilotage d'entreprise en temps réel. Devenez indépendant en franchise 6 Appealing Skills to Include on Your Resume When You Change Careers 105inShare101 So you picked a degree in a career field you thought you’d love, but a few years into the daily grind, you’re no longer feeling it. What can you do when all your education and experience is in one field, but you know in your gut it’s time to move on? Don’t despair — you’re not the first person to find yourself in this pickle. Believe it or not, you can transfer plenty of skills from your field to your next dream job. Here are six of the top transferable skills all employers want and how you can mine them from your experience, no matter how distant your ideal job seems from your current career: 1. Whether your experience has been arguing criminal cases in front of a jury or fielding customer complaints at a call center, your communication skills will serve you well as a career changer. Being able to clearly communicate your thoughts, ideas and suggestions is valued in every workplace. 2. Find ways to share examples from a universal perspective. 3. 4. 5. 6.

5 Ways to Improve Self-Motivation — Purposeful LifePurposeful Life We all have dreams, but sometimes, when we’re feeling brave, we give those dreams a deadline, and they become our goals. What are your goals? Are you finding it difficult to find that get-up-and-go feeling we call motivation? 1. That first step towards achieving our goals can sometimes seem long and daunting, if not impossible, but if we do not make it, the rest cannot follow. Unfortunately, the world cares a lot less whether or not we accomplish our goals and nobody else is going to do the hard work for us. It’s time to stop looking to others for help. 2. I discussed this with a little more detail in my post How to Set Goals and Achieve Them. Without clear, well-defined goals, we are lost. It’s crucial at this point to learn what it means to set the right sort of goals, you can find out how to do this here. 3. If you want to climb a mountain, begin at the top. - Zen saying 4. Let those around you know what it is you are working towards. 5. Good luck and thanks for reading.

Infographics - The Undercover Recruiter If you’re an employer, you want to make people want to work for you and your company. Talent Puzzle show you exactly how you can do that below. Takeaways: 1 in 3 applicants submitted by recent graduates are motivated by employer branding. View Article Work / life balance is hard to achieve – but how can you get a great one? View Article The modern workplace evolves as technology becomes more advanced. View Article It’s non-stop news from our friends down at the big L, the other week we reported that LinkedIn now has 15 million users in Britain and now they’ve hit the milestone of 300 million members in more than 200 countries and territories. View Article

100+ Free Sourcing & Recruiting Tools, Guides, and Resources | Boolean Black Belt-Sourcing/Recruiting It’s been a LONG time coming, but I finally got around to updating my free sourcing & recruiting tools, guides and resources page where I now keep a current list of the best of my work all in one place for easy bookmarking and reference. You can find it here on my main page: Additionally, I thought I might as well put all of my best work all in one blog post as well – over 110 of my articles in one place for easy referencing! My blog is a pursuit of passion and not of profit – if you’ve ever found anything I’ve written helpful to you, all I ask is that you tweet this out, share it on LinkedIn, like it on Facebook, or give this a +1 on Google. Many thanks for your readership and support – please pay it forward to someone who can benefit. Big Data, Analytics and Moneyball Recruiting Big Data, Data Science and Moneyball Recruiting The Moneyball Recruiting Opportunity: Analytics and Big Data Human Capital Data is Sexy – and Sourcing is the Sexiest job in HR/Recruiting! Is Sourcing Dead?

La technique du succès - manuel pratique d'organisation de soi-même (partie 1) | Révolutionnez votre carrière Chronique et résumé – La technique du succès André Muller- Les Editions Diateino 2002, 184 pages « La réussite elle-même n’est pas difficile. La réussite est à la portée de tous. Et si tous ne réussissent pas, c’est qu’ils n’ont pas tous voulu réussir ». L’auteur présente l’ouvrage comme guide en vue de l’action et non un recueil de recettes dispensant d’agir. Le chapitre d’introduction risque de bouleverser certaines personnes, André Muller ne mâche pas ces mots, pour lui il est clair que si vous ne réussissez pas, c’est que vous ne voulez pas réussir. Si vous vous contentez de rêver et d’attendre, uniquement l’échec sera au rendez-vous. Pour lui, il n’y a pas d’excuse. La fortune s’offre rarement aux modestes. Chapitre 1 – Pourquoi et comment avoir une bonne opinion de moi Dans ce chapitre, l’auteur nous explique que dans la mesure où vous avez confiance vous, vous inspiré confiance aux autres. Il faut toujours saisir sa chance, sauté sur l’opportunité. Penser et non rêver Délai Le remède

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