Been very buys over the last few days. On Thursday we had an all day planning meeting, which meant that Friday was catch up day! The weekend has been interesting on Saturday I spent 1.5 hrs getting new reading glasses (I broke my current glasses on Wednesday) and then the afternoon at the school workingContinue reading “Last few days”
Ok, I might have missed this one when it came out, so sorry if you all know about this. However I have just found out that the SMH has RSS feeds. This is so cool as it shows we do not live in a complete backwater. Now I will link them into Jager which IContinue reading “Sydney Morning Herald has RSS”
Arnotts the biscuit people (I know they are now Campbell Arnotts but I am a slow learner) have just rolled out their new jobs site to Asia Pacific over the weekend. Had a look and while they don’t have my dream job it is an cool example of a jobs site, if you are lookingContinue reading “Would you like a biscuit?”
Dean Wong over at the Job Blog has a great reminder to us all about managing user trust and expectations. I’m sure Dean meant this in his post, however I try to look at this from a customer point of view. It does not matter what you do you need to manage the trust andContinue reading “The user experience”
I have just been re-reading my last post, and a couple of clarifications. Something I missed in the last post were a couple of fantastic points that Phil made during his presentation. He gave four interesting points that make up collaboration:- Information Communication/Sharing Action/Accessibility Analysis He also highlighted a fact that I had forgotten. CollaborativeContinue reading “Last post clarification”
Ok, more from recruiting.com (I can’t believe I just found this!). Jason has a short intro into a new company called JotSpot. There are a few differences between Jotspot and other Wikis like SocialText the main one is the guys at Jotspot have created some prebuilt applications for users. This is a fantastic idea andContinue reading “Wikis and HR”
Just having a peek around recruiting.com and found some further comments on, take a look.
In the continued battle to have HR departments produce workable acceptable use guidelines for the internet, I stumbled across this old items from Ray Ozzie.
Lou Adler has a great article on as he puts it “a story of missed opportunities, lack of vision, not enough courage, and hope for the future.” He talks about the lack of vision in applicant tracking systems, pointing the finger not at the vendors but recruiters instead. He feels that recruiters are not forwardContinue reading “Recruiting & technology the future”
Heather over at “Marketing at Microsoft” blog talks about lots ovf different things ranging from marketing, recruitment and like me follow bright shiny objects. Anyway she has suggested that I you want her to find your resume just link to her blog post and she will follow the referrals (technical term, ). I don’t haveContinue reading “Resume recognition?”