To Investigate Culture, Ask the Right Questions
2:40 PM Thursday May 17, 2012 by Bill Barnett | Comments (9) EMAIL SHARE PRINT In my last blog post, I encouraged thoroughly investigating the culture you’re thinking of joining. In the comments, some people agreed they needed to learn about culture but were unsure how to approach it. A few were skeptical. I believe you can learn about culture, even in the early stages. Here are...
Hey, Recruiters: 5 Tips for Using Social Media to...
October 19, 2011 By Whitney Parker and Ashley Hoffman 12 Comments The authors are co-hosts of Brazen Careerist’s upcoming Social Recruiting Bootcamp: Engage. Connect. Hire, an online bootcamp featuring top experts and corporate trendsetters. Find out more about the bootcamp and how to sign up. Social recruiting is nothing new, and don’t let anyone tell you any differently. The best part is...
HEA - Home Employment Blog: How to Simplify Your... →
hea-employment: The internet, a great resume, and strong interviewing skills are crucial to finding a job in today’s market and can make the job search process much easier. The internet provides numerous, credible job sites that can save time and energy when looking for a job. Job seekers no longer need to…
How Recruiters Use Social Networks to Screen... →
Over the past few years, we’ve seen social media used in the job market in a number of ways — startups, small businesses and large corporations alike are diving into the socialverse to find top talent, and job seekers are likewise getting creative with social media. Social media monitoring se…
Job fairs = Company awareness campaigns?
During our chats with job fair organizers and candidates alike, several complaints about recruiters have come up over and over again. Some recruiters attend job fairs only to show face and basically have no job openings to offer candidates. Another similar complaint is that recruiters do not necessarily accept resumes at career fairs, but rather tell candidates to fill out applications for...
vaultcareers: How to Find Job Fair Success Whether you have a job and are looking to make a change or are currently unemployed, job fairs can be a great way to meet with recruiters. But, they can also be quite intimidating to the uninitiated. The Good The Bad The Ugly
no matter where you go, LinkedIn is now the most powerful tool on the web for...– http://www.forbes.com/sites/joshbersin/2012/02/12/linkedin-is-disrupting-the-corporate-recruiting-market/
Job Fairs as Networking Platforms
A quick search on Google for career fair tips would give you tons of different websites that have many do’s and don’ts for career fairs. If you’re actively looking for an opportunity, you’ve probably read up on appropriate job fair attire, the many different definitions of being professional, maintaining eye contact with recruiters and body language. Some even coach you...
LinkedIn Infographic - Potrait of a LinkedIn User
Via: PowerFormula for Linkedin Success
Filter vs. Matching
For those of you who know what Red Radius is about (hopefully there’s more that do than don’t), it’ll be clear to you that the core value of our business is providing the right matches to attendees. A conference attendee can only get value out of the platform if and only if a good number of connections recommended to him or her are relevant to them in one way or another. In this...
4 Tech Tools for your next Conference
IML Connector -Audience Polling The IML connector is an innovative piece of technology that allows your audience to participate in event discussions in real time. Here are the key features that we like: - Voting Solutions: Ask questions of the audience and get feedback in the form of text or answer options. -Microphone System: Instead of having an intern walk around handing off a microphone to...
Making Connections at Events
When it comes to meeting new people, often we’re not shy or timid, but instead more apprehensive. Whether it’s at conferences, networking events or socials, we’re worried about embarrassing ourselves, we’re worried about rejection, and we have insecurities. And so what do we do? We set ourselves up to be okay with failure by doing some really strange things. You want to...
Lean Challenge/Red Radius
It’s been a while since you’ve heard from us here at Red Radius. Not to worry, our hiatus was merely as a result of some internal restructuring with the product concept and focusing our product on a core subset of customers. In order to fine tune the product, we decided to participate in the Chicago Lean Start-up Challenge competition. The competition comprised of 146 new startup...
Introduction to the Red Radius Conference Networking Platform.