Jason C. Blais
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The Partnership Myth

Negotiation of strategic partnerships. That’s how I spend a considerable amount of my days and evenings. To be an effective negotiator in my field, it is important that I create situations where at least three separate parties, all with unique desires, goals, and levels of engagement, all feel good about the realized results. The primary active parties are my company and the partner I’m negotiating with, both of whom wish to drive revenue or enhance their value in some manner. This is a normal…See More
Sep 3, 2009
Oscar Hernandes commented on Jason C. Blais's blog post Job Sites and The San Francisco Gold Rush
"Superb post.It is a marathon and not a sprint. Advertising jobs on portals has now become a commonpractice. But the applications recieved are seldom not viewed by the employers because of such a great number.The solutions to simplify the methods of…"
Aug 26, 2009

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Which job board do you work for?
None any longer, formerly JobsInTheUS
What state/country do you work in?
New England, USA
What's your site's URL?
http://jobsintheus.com
What kind of job board do you work for?
Regional
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http://twitter.com/HiringTech

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The Partnership Myth

Negotiation of strategic partnerships. That’s how I spend a considerable amount of my days and evenings. To be an effective negotiator in my field, it is important that I create situations where at least three separate parties, all with unique desires, goals, and levels of engagement, all feel good about the realized results. The primary active parties are my company and the partner I’m negotiating with, both of whom wish to drive revenue or enhance their value in some manner. This is a normal… Continue

Posted on September 3, 2009 at 10:28pm

Job Sites and The San Francisco Gold Rush

The final two months of 2008 resulted in a precipitous decline in job posting activity on our site as the economy began to tumble off the cliff, to paraphrase Warren Buffett's sentiments. Since the beginning of 2009, I've been focusing my attention on identifying and developing new programs and services that will add value to the users of our company's web service- namely HR professionals, small business owners and managers, recruiters, and job seekers- in order to stay relevant and… Continue

Posted on August 17, 2009 at 10:36am — 3 Comments

Elevator Pitch of the Recruiting Front Lines blog

First, a word of thanks to the MaineHR Cafe for giving me this great idea. You can see the MaineHR Cafe elevator pitch by clicking here. As I read that recently, I was reminded that it's important to routinely share the motivation, purpose, and hopes associated with a blog to let help new visitors and subscribers understand the intended perspective.



Here's a go at why I write the… Continue

Posted on April 14, 2009 at 9:03am

At JobsInTheUS, we're doing well by doing good- anyone else?

On Tuesday of this week, nearly 20,000 business leaders in ME, NH, VT, and RI arrived to work to find a note from JobsInME, JobsInNH, JobsInVT, or JobsInRI, offering their support in these troubled times. As a way to engage job seekers and provide service to the business sector even when they may not have jobs to post, we are offering to provide a job hunting seminar on-site at any business forced to make layoffs in 2009. If you haven't seen the letter we sent, there's a copy at my blog,… Continue

Posted on February 12, 2009 at 3:47pm

The Job Board market through the Realtor lens.

In 2003, a friend of mine had opened his own real estate office. He had worked for a national realtor for only two years, and was upset about the commission structure. Within 1 year, he had 26 agents working for him- more than any other office in the greater Portland area. The housing market was booming, as was the commercial market. In 2005, he invited me to get on board- get my license and start making real money. This time for the real estate market is very comparable to the job board market… Continue

Posted on November 19, 2008 at 8:00am

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