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Then and now
Staff Digest
Marty Orenstein writes, "It’s amazing to witness the changes in an industry that has evolved into a mainstay of global life. I joined a company in New York City called Office Temporaries in September of 1966. They were started by Nathan Picker in the late 40’s. He was probably one of the original founders of the staffing industry. He supplied comptometers to the big eight CPA firms who furnished them to their field auditors in order to do physical inventory audits at their clients."
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New York State's economy grows by over 12,000 jobs as job count reaches another all-time high
New York State Department of Labor
New York State’s private sector job count grew by 12,800, or 0.2 percent, in February 2014, according to preliminary figures released today by the New York State Department of Labor. This latest monthly gain raised New York State’s private sector job count to 7,543,100, an all-time high. The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged at 6.8 percent, which is a five-year low.
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New York City votes to outlaw discrimination against unpaid interns
Mondaq
The New York City Council voted 50-0 to prohibit employers from discriminating against unpaid interns on the basis of age, race, creed, color, national origin, sex, disability, marital status, partnership status, sexual orientation, citizenship status or status as a victim of domestic violence, sex offenses or stalking. Claimants will be permitted under the bill to either sue or make a complaint to the Commission on Human Rights.
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Don't learn email etiquette the hard way
By Suzanne Mason
Recently, a marketing professional came under fire when her nasty email response via LinkedIn to a job-seeker went viral. Diana Mekota sent an introduction email of herself along with her professional experience and education over to Kelly Blazek, who runs an online job bank for marketing professionals in Cleveland. Mekota asked Blazek to join her member jobs list, but Blazek forgot the first rule of business communication — remaining professional at all times. And we can all learn an important lesson about email etiquette from this case.
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The demands of globalization — and how the recruitment industry can meet them
The Staffing Stream
For nearly a decade, industry professionals and academic researchers have talked about the globalization of staffing and recruitment. But what do they mean by "globalization?" And why are firms struggling to compete in a global marketplace?
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Class hiring tips for recruiters
ERE.net
Companies with call centers or large customer service centers need to hire high volumes of employees on a continual, routine basis. This type of hiring presents unique challenges and requires dedicated, results-focused recruiters to keep a steady pipeline of candidates flowing through the system. If you are responsible for class hiring, here is a primer and some tips on how to succeed.
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Moving from transactions to engagement — 4 recruiting trends
ERE.net
Kevin Wheeler writes, "PMRecruiting is finally moving away from transactional thinking and beginning to understand how to better connect and engage with relevant candidates. We are not there yet, and I may be too optimistic, but many recruiters are making the transition to engage candidates and improve their experience and are therefore making more hires, increasing candidate satisfaction, and bringing in people who become productive faster and stay longer. An exemplar here is Google that has dropped many of its previous job requirements and adopted ones based on data and results."
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Career Mojo: 3 ways to improve your company's mobile recruiting
Buffalo Business First
Mobile recruiting has become the go-to channel for job seekers exploring new opportunities. Businesses everywhere are facing challenges hiring the best talent, especially with the onset of a powerful millennial generation. The emerging pool of talent is not only technology-savvy, but also fluent in the use of multiple mobile devices.
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Do you really know how to blackball temps you don't like?
Staffing Talk
If a recruiter from a competing staffing company across town told you not to hire a particular person, would you listen to them?
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