"Not sure why anyone would find the IAEWS "offensive"? It is the only organization that serves our industry and I feel it is doing a pretty good job. Obviously, there are large boards and smaller boards that are members, but I…"
I hope all is going well for you. Looks like a great new project you are working on. Let me know when you start hiring here in Maine. I have been working as a Sales and marketing consultant for the last few years, would love to get on board of one of your "sure to be successful" projects.
Here's your chance to sound off on the key issues, ideas and innovations affecting job boards and other employment sites. Every other week, we'll post a new topic and set up the soapbox. That's your invitation to step up and let your industry colleagues know what you think.
This Week’s Issue
How important is it for an employment site to be in a network where job postings and/or candidates can be shared across the other participating sites?
Association career centers face both formidable challenges and extraordinary opportunities thanks to the unique culture and values of the .org community. And yet, it’s never been more important to optimize their Member value and non-dues revenue potential. In a column brought to you by Boxwood Technology, Jennifer Baker, Director of CareerHQ.org from ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership, explores what it takes for career centers to overcome the challenges and capture the opportunities.