Posts Tagged ‘招聘’

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一条Tweet换一份工作

   Posted by: TZ   in Candidates, Misclaneous, Recruiting, Technology

这是一个很精彩的使用Twitter求职的故事:一个市场广告公司BFG Communications需要招一位熟悉社会化媒体的专业人士,要求应聘者用一条Tweet(微博)来求职。

最后获得这个职位的求职者是Hal Thomas,他的获胜Tweet内容如下:

@BFGCom @SloaneKelley It seems that BFG’s future could be looking bright!http://twitpic.com/ggkrf More info athttp://bit.ly/2aziWg.

这条Tweet有2个链接,一个是Hal为了求职而制作的一个图片封面,另一个是Hal的个人博客。(注:不懂翻墙的群众无法访问以上2个链接)Hal的个人博客可以通过这个链接直接访问,封面图片见下图:

云计算(Could Computing)有很多种定义,从技术层面而言应该是网络计算Net Computing的新包装,许多IT公司都争先恐后地把这个时髦的概念点缀到自己已有或未有的产品中去。

作为一个普通用户,我并不在意究竟是用谷歌、甲骨文、微软、Facebook或其它公司提供的云服务,这并不是一个技术的革命,只是把一个很古老的商业模式–“外包”用不同“新”的技术手段来实现而已。云就是让个人或企业把自己不愿意、不能够、不经济的活动交给第三方的概念。

从招聘的角度看,云的力量早就出现了。企业发现自己没有足够的资源进行招聘,就会考虑聘用猎头来进行辅助。当一个猎头或几个猎头都嫌不够或不经济的时候,就有人发明了“HRO”、“网猎”和“人肉搜索”这样的蘑菇云概念。新的概念往往是有轰动性效果的,也是前瞻性的,它们代表着服务的未来趋势。只是个人和企业在接受这样的云概念是需要花很长很长的时候,这个无论在技术或招聘领域都非常痛苦的正常。

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招聘和约会的十点共性

   Posted by: TZ   in Candidates, Recruiting

Amy Kimmes 用轻松的语气比较了招聘和约会的特点,得出了十条共性(原文附在后面)。它们是:

    约会 招聘

  1. 第一印象很重要
  2. 不要只看表面
  3. 要把握节奏
  4. 要有选择
  5. 要有准备
  6. 避免说得太多
  7. 要有跟进
  8. 不要害怕说不
  9. 物以类聚,人以群分
  10. 合理的期望值

10 Rules for Dating and Recruiting

by
Amy Kimmes

Dating and recruiting have a lot in common. Learn how to improve your recruiting efforts by applying the most common dating rules.

Dating rule #1
First impressions are critical.

Recruiting application:
Differentiate yourself. Resist the “I have a great position for you” especially if you have never spoken to them.

 

Dating rule #2
Don’t believe everything you see. We have all heard stories from people that signed up for an online dating service and were shocked when their date was two feet shorter and 10 years older than the profile.

Recruiting application:
Candidates exaggerate their strengths and skills and down play their weaknesses. Do not assume anything. Prescreen, interview, administer assessments, and call the references before you present the candidate to your hiring manager.

Dating rule #3
Play hard to get. Desperation is the world’s worst perfume.

Recruiting application:
If you make a huge fuss over the candidate and beg them to interview, you will diminish your negotiating power.

Dating rule #4
Be selective. You can not change people.

Recruiting application:
Look for the red flags; don’t avoid them. It is better for you to uncover any candidate weaknesses or issues than your hiring manager discovering them. Your name and reputation is all you have in this business.

Dating rule #5
Prepare for the date.

Recruiting application:
If your candidate has spent 20 minutes on the phone with you and takes time off work to come to interview, and then you ask them “so, tell me what you want to do?” — you are wasting the candidate’s time. You should have notes on the candidate’s resume that you want to clarify, and if appropriate, the company profiles that best match what your candidate’s needs.

Dating rule #6
Don’t talk too much. People who express the “enough about me, what do you think about me?” attitude sit home alone, a lot.

Recruiting application:
The candidate should be doing most of the talking. Assess what the candidate has to offer, what they need, and then set expectations of how you will work together. Let the candidate talk about the interview before you disclose the hiring manager’s view. If you blurt out “they love you, you are the best candidate they have ever met!” — what do you think happens to the candidate’s salary requirements?

Dating rule #7
Follow up with your date.

Recruiting application:
As an industry, one of the biggest complaints we get from candidates and hiring managers is the lack of communication. No news is still considered news to the candidate; make sure you keep your candidate in the loop.

Dating rule #8
Don’t be afraid to end the date early.

Recruiting application:
Prescreen carefully, ask the hard questions, and always tell the candidate the truth. If they are not going to fit into your recruiting focus (skills, salary expectations, location, etc.), coach or make suggestions regarding who may be able to help them in the market.

Dating rule #9
Improve your odds by hanging out where (like) people hang out.

Recruiting application:
If you are recruiting technology talent, sign up and participate in technology activities in your market. Volunteer at association meetings to check members in: you will meet every attending member, every meeting.

Explain to people you meet that there are two types of people you would like to be introduced to: those who are leaders in their field and are looking for an opportunity and those who are leaders in their field and are not looking for an opportunity right now. You are an expert in your market, so people who are not looking now would still benefit from knowing you and the people in your network.

Dating Rule #10
They will not buy the cow if they are getting the milk for free.

Recruiting application:
When you agree to represent a candidate, you are entering into a business agreement. You need to set clear expectations of how the process must work. If the candidate will not agree to the terms, they are not committed to you, so turn them loose.

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面试笑话:如何表现你的忠诚

   Posted by: TZ   in Entertainment

面试 招聘作者不详。

  1.你为什么来应聘这份工作。
  答:以前俺是一只迷途的骡子,现在可算找到组织了。
  2.你是怎么知道我们招聘这个职位的呢?
  答:一个合格的员工除了要有骡子般的身体以外,还必须有猎狗一样的嗅觉。
  3.我们为什么要聘你呢?
  答:俺吃的少,做得多。
  4.你认为自己最大的优点是什么?
  答:像骡子一样吃苦,像工蜂一样耐劳,像猎狗一样忠诚。
  5.你认为你自己最大的弱点是什么?
  答:除了干活就是个白痴。
  6.你最喜欢的大学课程是什么?
  答:《畜牧学》和《马屁学》。《畜牧学》让俺体会到什么是生产力,《马屁学》让俺理解到什么是生产关系,受益匪浅。
  7.你能为我们公司带来什么呢?
  答:表率作用,让所有员工都觉得自己是世界上最幸福的人――全世界都羡慕俺。
  8.你对薪金有什么期望呢?
  答:俺属奶牛型――吃的是草,挤的出来的奶。
  9.除了工资,还有什么福利最吸引你?
  答:加班!谁跟俺提钱俺跟谁急!
  10.你对加班有什么看法?
  答:加班可以延年益寿,加班有利于健康,俺不加班就上吐下泄头昏脑涨外加抽筋,加班可以减肥(美容),加班可以缓解交通压力,加班有利于jhsy(有利于世界和平)
  11.你怎样赢得顾客?
  答:A嘴巴能把稻草说成金条;B脸皮象城墙一样厚;C心像锅底一样黑;D手像芥末一样辣。
  12.你如何看待忠诚?
  答:俺是老板的一条狗,守在公司大门口,他让咬谁就咬谁,让咬几口就咬几口。
  13.最能概括你自己的一句话是什么?
  答:千万不要把俺当人!
  14.你对我们公司有什么认识?
  答:基本上尽善尽美,只是管理上有个小小的纰漏:俺曾经冒充贵公司推销员,睁了十几万元,居能没有人发现。
  15.你的座右铭是什么?
  答:只有工作狂才能生存。
  16.你如何看待要向你年轻的上司汇报工作呢?
  答:那是俺的福分――俺是属孙子的,他们人小,可长在辈分上。
  17.你能把过去的工作做的更好吗?
  答:当能,以为俺一直在挑战自我,过去俺每天工作十四小时,现在俺的目标是每天工作十八小时。
  18.总体而言,你认为一个合格的员工应该具备那些素质?
  答:骡子般的体魄和耐性,狗一样的嗅觉和忠诚,狼一样的进取心,还有蜗牛般的食欲。
  19.你的身体状况如何?有什么疾病史没有?
  答:就要看和谁比了,和骡子比要强一些,和恐龙比可能要略差一点。其他毛病一概没有――斗胆问一句:工作狂算不算病?
  20.作为被面试者,请给我们打一下分。
  答(羞羞答答扭扭怩怩):您沉鱼落雁羞花闭月倾国过倾城国色天香比贵妃风韵比貂禅苗条比西施味香比昭君貌美――缺点是,回头率太高,容易引起交通隐患。(对女考官)

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网络招聘视频指南(德卡版)

   Posted by: TZ   in Candidates

最近的IT界轰动新闻莫过于Google花了16亿美金购买了YouTube

YouTube是一个网上视频共享的社区网站,很多人把这个商业模式看出“未来的电视”。这也是为什么Google这么肯出血。

国内也有好几个Copycat的视频共享网站,我发现里面有越来越多的内容和招聘相关了:

面试类

简历类

招聘广告类

其它类

搜索关键词:招聘、应聘、求职、简历、面试
这些视频内容无论对于招聘者或是求职者都提供了大量立体、生动的学习材料。有空应该多看看!

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