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Jan 10, Job Search in the Digital Age - Brand Yourself!
Self promotion is important to your job search, especially in the digital age!
 TopSalesJobs.com - Thu, 01/10/2013 - 15:10



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Dec 3, Corporate or Start Up - What's Best?
What job setting is right for you? Corporate or start up. How to Decide
 TopSalesJobs.com - Mon, 12/03/2012 - 16:26



Recruiting Nevada
Meet Gary G.
Recruitingnevada.com (one of the many Greenspun Media Group websites) gave life to our new campaign at PREVIEW 2011.  Gary G., the newest member of our team handed out logo stickered bananas and advice, “If you’re going bananas trying to find quality employees, post your job on recrutingnevada.com.” Although recruitingnevada.com has been around for nearly a decade, like many companies, our brand awareness needed a boost.  Our talented creative team came up with several innovative ideas. ...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 02/17/2011 - 13:24



Recruiting Nevada
PREVIEW 2011
Anticipation for Preview 2011 is brewing.  This annual Las Vegas Chamber program and trade show at Thomas & Mack brings out the best of the best.  Although after 10 years of attending, it feels to me a lot like an annual family reunion/therapy session. The LVCVA is sure to wow us again this year by unveiling their newest ad campaign designed to drive our economic engine – tourism.  Expert speakers will reveal their predictions for the year ahead.  I suspect we’ll be told again Las...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 02/10/2011 - 15:21



Recruiting Nevada
In-The-Moment Mentors
As I was reading this week’s issue of In Business Las Vegas and turning the pages of the special section Women to Watch, it occurred to me that many of these women have unknowingly been my mentors. I have benefitted from in-the-moment mentorship that happens when you are doing business or socializing with someone you know, like and trust.   For example, Darcy Neighbors, founder and CEO of CIM Marketing Partners gave me some great leadership advice as I was about to take the reigns as president...
 Recruiting Nevada - Wed, 02/09/2011 - 13:43



Recruiting Nevada
Caregiver Business Summit
If you are a company with employees in Nevada, some are likely to be among the 250,000 plus caregivers in the state.  Having personally been a caregiver to both children and senior parents while employed, I understand the demands placed on the “sandwich generation” caregivers. As a manager, I also understand the strains placed on a productive work team if a member of that team is not able to be fully engaged.  Did you know the annual cost to businesses for employees of all ages who are caregivers...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 01/27/2011 - 09:00



Recruiting Nevada
The Buck Stops Here and Here and Here
By: Bill Granda, Regional Director, Paradigm Associates Ask anybody in any organization where the buck stops, and it’s a rare organization where you’d find someone answering anywhere other than the CEO’s office. It seems logical; it’s certainly a long held belief. But is it really functional in today’s business environment? If the buck stops in the CEO’s office, isn’t the corollary that it doesn’t stop with any other senior managers, or middle managers, or supervisors, or anyone...
 Recruiting Nevada - Tue, 01/25/2011 - 17:31



Recruiting Nevada
$2.5 Million in Grant Funds Available
This week the U.S. Department of Labor announced they will award approximately $500 million through the Community College and Career Training Grant Program.  Every state will receive at least $2.5 million in grant awards this year.  If you are a postsecondary school that qualifies, this could help bring much needed workforce training to the masses of Nevada’s unemployed. This is not tuition assistance, this is money to be used by community colleges or other two-year degree institutions of...
 Recruiting Nevada - Fri, 01/21/2011 - 16:43



Recruiting Nevada
Motivation 3.0
Motivation 3.0 The Interview There have been countless articles, books, blogs and tweets about this deeply personal topic.  It really doesn’t get more personal than our motivation and emotions, so it seems a little arrogant to tell you what motivates us.  However, over the next several months with experts like Maslow, Pink, Buckingham and Drucker, I’m going to give it a shot, as it relates to recruiting and employee retention anyway. This week, we’ll take a look at Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy...
 Recruiting Nevada - Fri, 01/14/2011 - 01:47



Recruiting Nevada
Strong Speaking Skills Can Advance Your Career
By Juana Hart Akers Consultant | Coach | Speaker A number of national surveys have ranked the fear of public speaking as the number one fear among Americans. Some people are more afraid to speak in front of an audience than they are of dying. If you’re among this group, beware. The results can be costly. People are often denied employment or career advancement based on their inability to communicate effectively. Fortunately, taking action to improve your communication skills can help you avoid...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 01/06/2011 - 15:22



Recruiting Nevada
Mark Your Calendars
New opportunities are coming your way in 2011 Job Fair Recruiting Nevada has partnered with WestStar Credit Union and CSN to provide the first “Get a Job In Gaming” job fair.  Mark your calendar for January 11, 2011.  The job fair will be held at CSN from noon to 3 p.m.  Please pass this good news along to anyone you know looking for a job.  Some of the companies with open positions accepting applications are MGM, Venetian/Palazzo, Caesar’s Entertainment, Boyd Gaming, Station Casinos...
 Recruiting Nevada - Fri, 12/17/2010 - 14:57



Recruiting Nevada
The Company Profile
Attract the best by revealing more about your organization. Attracting the best candidate to your company begins with your company’s image.  Beyond the paycheck, job seekers are interested in a company’s stability, culture and growth potential.  Before applying for a job, the most savvy and sought-after candidates will look past the job description to determine if a company’s culture and values will meet their needs. Many employers are following the lead of companies like Disney by building...
 Recruiting Nevada - Tue, 11/30/2010 - 17:25



Recruiting Nevada
Constant Improvement
The Recruiting Nevada site has a new look, but that’s not all.  Our design and technical experts have added new features to make your job easier. Finding qualified candidates can still be a challenge today.  There are new tools available to help you attract the best candidates.  In addition to the $149 single job post and $99 upgrades, you’ll find more ways to attract the best candidates to your company.  Discover more here, or call 702.990.4100 Page views on the Recruiting Nevada network...
 Recruiting Nevada - Thu, 11/18/2010 - 18:13



Recruiting Nevada
Building Community From Within
Creating the environment for employees to come together for a common social cause has been proven to enhance employee morale, company loyalty and of course the community. Below is from Michael Kalloff, VP Resource Development, United Way of Southern Nevada: Establishing a workforce campaign is an easy and effective approach to building employee morale while strengthening your business relationships with the wider community.  When you partner with United Way of Southern Nevada, your organization’s...
 Recruiting Nevada - Wed, 11/17/2010 - 14:52



Recruiting Nevada
What Does Flu Season Mean to Your Business?
If you are thinking of brushing this topic off for more pressing issues, prevention measures can keep this from being one of your most costly seasonal problems. The Center for Disease Control has a number of resources available for employers.  They’ve made your job a little easier with educational workplace posters, frequently asked questions and action plans. Sharing preventative measures with your employees now will take less time and money than sharing the flu later. Find more information...
 Recruiting Nevada - Tue, 11/09/2010 - 15:13



Recruiting Nevada
Recognizing Peak Performers
How many hours have you spent trying to figure out what drives peak performance? If you’re like most of us, you’ve probably invested more on driving the performance than in recognizing peak performers. Several invitations I received recently for recognition type events reminded me of the importance of a well deserved pat-on-the-back. It’s sometimes even more significant if an organization outside the workplace bestows the honors. Somehow it seems more objective, and the larger competitive...
 Recruiting Nevada - Wed, 11/03/2010 - 16:34



Talent Zoo Journal
Monday’s are new beginnings
"The best way to predict the future is to invent it." ~ Alan Kay. What are you waiting for? Here’s a nudge to get you going.
 Talent Zoo Journal - Mon, 12/08/2008 - 18:21



Wired & Hired
People Who Have Pretty Sweet Cage Fighting Skills
Just a few short years ago, Facebook was a little-known networking site making its debut on the college scene. It gave undergrads the opportunity to post pictures of their favorite beer bonging moments, e-stalk their crushes and join highly important, imaginary groups like “People who love Napoleon Dynamite and have pretty sweet cage fighting skills.” I know this because I was a card-carrying member and officer of one such group. Well my friends, I hate to admit it, but things have changed....
 Wired & Hired - Mon, 11/10/2008 - 11:24



Wired & Hired
Fluff-Free Resumes Make Me Smile
Was there a seminar or personal dev class that I missed somewhere along the lines? Apparently most job seekers are under the impression that being as vague as possible on their resumes is benefiting them. Perhaps their (your?) line of thinking goes something like this: “If I use general terms and be as broad as possible then the recruiter/hiring manager is going to think that I have whatever it is they’re looking for!”                             Actually,...
 Wired & Hired - Thu, 11/06/2008 - 09:33



Wired & Hired
Flat Line
People are always saying that women expect others to be able to read their minds and intuitively know what they want. Well that may be true but it is also true that many advertising professionals need to be lumped into this category. Just because you’ve agreed to go on an interview doesn’t mean that you’re indicating that you’re passionate about the opportunity in front of you. Even if you’re the most conceptual individual in the entire universe no one is going...
 Wired & Hired - Wed, 11/05/2008 - 15:07



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