Posted by Alisha Rourk on March 7, 2016 at 11:41am
Posted by Alex van Klaveren on February 18, 2016 at 9:45pm
If you search the Web on a regular basis, you will want to attend the webinar Searching without Boolean to instantly improve your sourcing performance. Promise, you will never search like you used to! Tune into the best ways to build queries, that are now simpler and cleaner than before, yet produce superior results.Recruiters: want to get on the phone with potential candidates fast? The webinar teaches more than a dozen easy to use “plain English” search patterns, which do not require advanced search skills. (But they do require thinking it through and understanding what to expect; we’ll go over that in the presentation).Major search engines, including Google, are rapidly becoming more semantic-oriented, meaning – they try to guess the intent of the person who Googles and respond appropriately. In many practical cases, Google is now giving better answers to searching…Continue
Started by Irina Shamaeva Sep 2.
We’re a market research firm, and we’re looking for freelance sourcers to build databases of individuals who match the profile needed for our studies. The sourcers may also do the outreach to these individuals. All our work is in B2B technology - so fluency there is a must. Let me know if you’re interested.Continue
Started by Scott Swigart. Last reply by Praveen Kumar Sep 1.
Hello there..I just had this question arose in my mind couple of days back...Is recruiting really possible without paid Job Portals (excluding LinkedIn)?Please let me know if there is any way out!Continue
Started by Patrick Jain. Last reply by Irina Shamaeva Aug 28.
I am looking for some more info on proximity searches that I can train recruiters on how to find recent college graduates. i have developed one string but cannot seem to be able to include year and that is important. We typically look for recent grads or upcoming grads so if we could add "2016" in our search that would get us 2016 graduates.anyone seen or done a successful search?site:www.linkedin.com graduated NEAR:4 ("Georgia Institute of Technology" OR 'GA TECH") and "greater atlanta"Thank youJohnContinue
Started by John P Warner. Last reply by Irina Shamaeva Aug 28.