Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin VP of Sales & Marketing @ Outback Team Building & Training | Father | Dad-Joke Teller. Recruitment is never easy, and it’s become increasingly difficult in this post-pandemic world. As hiring managers, we reap the benefits of being able to open up our doors to global talent—but this is as much of a challenge as it is a benefit because your candidates are no longer limited to local job opportunities. I’ve been looking to welcome a new member to our marketing team since March. It’s been a time-consuming and challenging process. I constantly found myself pivoting and making adjustments. I came up with a system that worked well for me, and it might be of benefit to you. I’ll walk you through how I automated my recruitment process and generated more qualified candidates, but first, let me tell you about my challenges. Recruitment Challenges I hired a recruitment agency to help fill our open position … [Read more...] about How To Save Time And Generate More Qualified Candidates Through Recruitment Automation
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin We are having a Goldilocks moment in American media. We simply can’t decide how much truth we really want. Too many lies can lead to expensive lawsuits, as Alex Jones proved this week with a $49M verdict for spreading misinformation about Sandy Hook. Too much truth, on the other hand, can lead to lawsuits by special interests afraid to have infamous stories made famous, as hundreds of writers have learned ( including this author). Is a healthy midpoint actually possible, or would the news simply lose all meaning? Or can we as consumers bend the news back towards the truth? Jones’ story should be a clarion call for both the right and the left to demand more truth from their storytellers. The future of democracy depends on it. Too Many Lies Last week, Alex Jones was caught lying about the Sandy Hook massacre . On December 14 th , 2012, 26 people were killed by a mass shooter , including 20 children between … [Read more...] about Alex Jones Begs The Question, What’s More Expensive For Media: Lies, Or The Truth?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Campaign partnerships between nonprofits and for-profits can increase the impact of work being done by both organizations. However, joining forces with another company is a business move that should only be done after careful thought and thorough research. Not every potential partner is a good match, and one wrong move can irreparably damage an organization’s standing with stakeholders and the communities it serves. Before agreeing to any partnership, read the following recommendations from members of Forbes Nonprofit Council . Below, they discuss key areas that should not be overlooked by nonprofit leaders as they consider potential campaign partners. 1. Shared Values Critical to a successful partnership is exploring your shared values. Often, nonprofit organizations feel resource deprived and are quick to partner with companies. In that rush of excitement, they neglect to have meaningful conversations about … [Read more...] about Considering A Nonprofit Campaign Partner? 12 Areas To Not Overlook
Digital marketing is a demanding career option in Los Angeles, CA. The industry is growing rapidly and is prone to frequent changes. As employers are on a constant lookout for good candidates, enrolling in a digital marketing course will increase your chances of getting hired. Moreover, a professional course will help you stay updated with the latest digital marketing trends. Apart from enriched knowledge, you can also gain practical experience through the course projects. Some people are unable to attend digital marketing institutions. Online digital marketing classes have come to their rescue. However, it becomes confusing to determine which course to apply for. Therefore, we have handpicked the top five digital marketing courses in Los Angeles, CA. We hope that this information will help you make a sound decision. Digital Marketing Certification Course by Simplilearn The program provides an understanding of the top eight digital marketing disciplines. It provides … [Read more...] about Top 5 Digital Marketing Courses in Los Angeles, CA
According to the Deloitte Global 2022 Gen Z and Millennial survey , employees continue walking away from their jobs due to stress and burnout. During the pandemic, 76% of workers reported at least one symptom of a mental health condition. advertisement advertisement No matter what you do, it’s critical that you build a strong personal foundation. “It is important to cement your career values and then build a career roadmap that aligns with them,” says Octavia Goredema, career coach and author of Prep, Push, Pivot: Essential Career Strategies for Underrepresented Women . “Jobs will come and go, bosses and coworkers will come and go, but your values remain, and they are unique to you.” The good news is that companies seem to care more than ever about their employees’ well-being. The 2021 PwC Health and Well-Being Touchstone Survey found that 44% of employers added or improved wellness support and programs within their organizations. In a recent … [Read more...] about A good job and a healthy mind aren’t mutually exclusive. Here’s how to find both
SHOTS FIRED… REPORT : Bullet Found In Window Of Republican Office After AG Spoke Out About Right To Worship Virginia authorities launched an investigation Monday after a bullet was allegedly fired into the window of Republican Attorney General Jason Miyares’ office, according to The Daily Wire. “Capitol Police were called to the Barbara Johns Building at 7:13 p.m. Monday for a report of a bullet that may have been fired into the building from outside,” Public Information officer Joe Macenka told The Daily Wire. “Officers found a bullet in a sixth-floor office that also had a small round hole near the top of a window.” “Capitol Police are investigating the matter and have no further comment at this time,” Macenka reportedly said. Chief Deputy Attorney General Chuck Slemp first notified colleagues that “a single round from a firearm was shot into a window of the Barbara Johns Building,” according to an email reviewed by The Daily Wire. EARLY THIS AM, WAPO FINALLY GETS … [Read more...] about Editor Daily Rundown: Abortion Protests Heating Up
FILE PHOTO: Comelec interim chair George Erwin Garcia. INQUIRER FILES MANILA, Philippines — For the interim head of the Commission on Elections (Comelec), the national and local polls last May were the “most successful” as it was the “fastest” in the history of Philippine elections. During a gathering for the last leg of its post-election assessment for the automated election system in General Santos City on Thursday, Comelec chairman George Erwin Garcia cited the Pulse Asia survey showing the 82 percent trust rating for the poll body for the conduct of the last elections to support his claims of “the most successful poll ever held in the Philippines.” “Na-restore ang trust ng mga mamamayan sa Comelec. Marunong naman palang bumilang. Tama naman palang mag-proclaim,” said Garcia, who was appointed as Comelec Commissioner by former President Rodrigo Duterte in March. READ: Garcia appointment as Comelec commissioner is ‘wise decision’ — Palace He also mentioned that … [Read more...] about Comelec’s Garcia claims 2022 polls ‘most successful election’ in PH history
Despite ongoing conversations about gender equality in the workplace , progress has been slow--if not stalled . Blind spots may help answer the question as to why women hold fewer senior positions than men. That's according to a new joint report from McKinsey & Co. and Sheryl Sandberg 's LeanIn.Org released on Tuesday. More than 60 percent of men believe their company is doing what's necessary to improve gender diversity, the report found. What's more, 50 percent of men think that their managers are considering a diverse pool of candidates to fill open positions. The report, which Sandberg calls the largest of its kind, reflects input from 222 companies that employ more than 12 million people combined. Almost half of men think it's sufficient when one in 10 senior leaders in the company is a woman--and a third of women agree. But women make up half the population, Sandberg argues in a Wall Street Journal article, and when people accept a leadership … [Read more...] about Why Sheryl Sandberg Says ‘Blind Spots’ Are Stalling Workplace Inequality (and How She Plans to Fix It)
The FBI is dissolving before our eyes into a rogue security service akin to those in Eastern Europe during the Cold War. Take the FBI’s deliberately asymmetrical application of the law. This week the bureau surprise-raided the home of former President Donald Trump — an historical first. A massive phalanx of FBI agents swooped into the Trump residence while he was not home, to confiscate his personal property, safe, and records. All of this was over an archival dispute of presidential papers common to many former presidents. Agents swarmed the entire house, including the wardrobe closet of the former first lady. Note we are less than 90 days out from a midterm election, and this was not just a raid, but a political act. The Democratic Party is anticipated to suffer historical losses. Trump was on the verge of announcing his 2024 presidential candidacy. In many polls, he remains the Republican front-runner for the nomination — and well ahead of incumbent President Joe Biden in a … [Read more...] about VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: FBI, R.I.P.?