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Recruteurs, écrivez comme des développeurs Les RH, les recruteurs, les cabinets de recrutement écrivent des offres d’emploi avec un style très facilement reconnaissable. Nous, développeurs, les lisons rarement car il y a de fortes chances qu’elles soient peu détaillées, voire inintéressantes et assez peu humaines. Il est aussi probable qu’elles soient pour des sociétés qui ne nous font pas rêver. Dans un marché où les développeurs sont très sollicités, il est indispensable de comprendre leurs besoins et d’écrire les offres d’emploi en fonction. Un développeur portera plus d’attention à une offre qui parle le même langage que lui.

carriere-info iQuesta [Réf. offre : 121754] e-reflex- Le cabinet de conseil en stratégies d'e-reputation - Nous accompagnons les entreprises dans la définition et le déploiement opérationnel de leurs stratégies de e-reputation. Nos domaines d'intervention : L'information actionnable The Proust Questionnaire for Creatives You’ve heard of the Proust Questionnaire, I’m sure. Made famous in the back pages of Vanity Fair Magazine, it was named not for questions, but for the answers given by Marcel Proust to a set of questions asked by his friend Antoinette Faure. I remember them best from a television show called “Inside the Actors Studio” where, at the end of every episode, host James Lipton would ask these questions of the famous actors he interviewed. His questions included: What is your favorite sound? What is your favorite curse word? If you weren’t an actor, what would you be instead?

7 Resume Builder Startups That Want To Get You Hired Ok, so there is an 8.3% unemployment rate in the U.S right now and anything that can boost the 99%’s chance of getting a better job with good enough compensation and benefits to make them happy citizens could be a lifesaver for many. Standing out among thousands of other job applicants starts with the resume, which is exactly where we’re seeing a new wave of startups. The below startups are making it possible for anyone to create a beautiful interactive resume in minutes. re.vu Re.vu lets you create an infographic resume from your LinkedIn account representing the story of your career, milestones, online presence and more. Once you create your resume, re.vu also tracks the traffic analytics for your resume.

the recruiter honeypot  In late 2009, I created an online persona named Pete London – a self-described JavaScript ninja – to help attract and hire the best JavaScript recruiters. While I never hired a recruiter from the experiment, I learned a ton about how to compete in today’s Silicon Valley talent war. Based upon two years of non-scientific research, here’s what you should know… The Recruiting Crisis the best recruiters – followup  Of the 530 emails directed to Pete London, there were a few standouts. Thirty-seven emails contained personalization, role, and company information but within that group, just 5 recruiters went beyond an occasional detail and spent a minimum of three paragraphs explaining the team’s priorities, charting the company’s trajectory, and describing why Pete’s background set the perfect stage for a new opportunity. The best recruiters

White Truffle WhiteTruffle is a San Francisco based web start-up, the brain child of Frenchman Alex Deve, who describe the business as e-harmony for recruiters. I met Alex in San francisco, and again in London recently, where he brought me up to speed with the progress the business is making. I like the concept and thinking behind the site, and the way the product is evolving. It is deliberately disruptive. More of an automated recruiter than a candidate database or job board. WhiteTruffle introduces engineers to companies, and companies to engineers, and they do it in a different way to a conventional job board or C.V. database, adding recruiter thinking to technology, using dynamic data intelligence to continually understand and match profiles.

FAQ about spec work What is spec work? Basically, spec work is any kind of creative work rendered and submitted, either partial or completed, by designers to prospective clients before taking steps to secure both their work and equitable fees. Under these conditions, designers will often be asked to submit work under the guise of either a contest or an entry exam on actual, existing jobs as a “test” of their skill. In addition, the designers normally unwittingly lose all rights to their creative work because they failed to protect themselves by means of a contract or agreement.

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