Category: Job Search
In our candidate database we have seven ninjas.
Here’s how many we’ve interviewed: 0.
Here’s how many we’ve hired or placed: 0.
“Would you hire someone who described herself as a ‘new product ninja’ or a ‘ninja programmer’?” I asked Henry Goldbeck, the president of our company and a recruiter with more than 27 years of experience.
“Maybe,” he said. “I don’t care what people call themselves. If they have the skills for the position, I’ll call them. The question is, would I see their resume in the first place?”
And THAT is the question.
Here’s how to be creative on your resume and on LinkedIn…and still get found.
A new year a more socially branded you. Solidifying your social brand will be the biggest driver of your personal brand and your job search for 2014.
Being socially savvy used to be optional to your personal branding success, now it is imperative.
With the climbing housing prices and the stagnant salary and job growth, Vancouver’s desirability is being questioned. According to Demographia’s annual survey of 360 housing markets in nine western countries Vancouver ranks second in having the least affordable housing.
Despite the expensive housing prices, job seekers rated Vancouver as one of the most desirable cities in Canada to relocate to.
Goldbeck Recruting Inc., a leading recruitment and executive search firm in Vancouver, BC, is happy to announce the launch of its new Job Listing RSS Feed. This new feature on Goldbeck’s website is another effort to make the job search easier for applicants.
Hard Hitting Truth, Recruiters Don’t Work For Candidates
The reality to it is that recruiters are client-centric and when I used the term “client” it means companies looking to hire people. The common myth is that recruiters help job seekers find jobs.
Not at all.