All Blog Posts Tagged 'employers' (7)

Are you selling your ability to provide employer branding? You should be...

Job boards have become prisoners of their moniker. After all, a ‘job board’ is just an online bulletin board for ‘posting’ your electronic ‘job ad’, right?

Wrong. Job boards (and yes, I think I’m going to write a post pretty soon about alternative names!) began growing past that simple definition by 1999, if not before. Sure, they were places where employers could search candidate resumes (and if it was a niche board, then very…


Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on March 5, 2013 at 8:42am — No Comments

Can you really get something for nothing....

We have recently decided to start charging a small monthly fee of $5 at Job Board Reviews for

advertising job sites in our directory. The reasoning behind this is to

help cut some of our overheard and be able to keep the site up and

running with quality content. We also wanted to incorporate a small fee

to help determine who is serious about their job sites.

We have found that people and job boards that aren't… Continue

Added by Jill Czeczuga on July 22, 2010 at 8:06pm — 1 Comment

.jobs - who does it benefit?

It’s back!! Yes, just when I thought I wouldn’t write about it again, the .jobs proposal has returned.…


Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on July 13, 2010 at 9:03am — 2 Comments

What do your job board customers want?

When was the last time you asked your job board customers what they want? Not just a one-off question to a few clients – but an systematic, organized survey of everyone who uses your site? Employers and job seekers?

A recurrent theme in the ‘job boards are dying’ blog posts that I see is a feeling by recruiters, employers, and job seekers that the ‘big boards’ are out of touch. In other words, they don’t know what their customers want. Now, I’m guessing that they would argue with… Continue

Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on November 17, 2009 at 9:09am — 2 Comments

Contrarian Hiring - Plucking Top Talent from the Droves of Job Seekers

Recent article on this great topic:

Rick Fecteau runs a chain of automobile dealerships in New Hampshire & Massachusetts. One would think that his dealerships are suffering like many other dealerships during this tough economic time. However, there is a light at the end of the tunnel that is causing his business to hold it’s own and even improve - the availability of top performers from other dealerships that lost their jobs.

Instead of waiting around for the market to… Continue

Added by Jennifer Porter on October 22, 2008 at 10:27am — No Comments

Text Messaging is great but not during a career search!

Great article today in the Wall Street Journal titled, "Thx for the IView!..." written by Sarah Needleman. You can read the article on page D1 or online at

At GoliathJobs, we also consult with schools on best practices such interview tips and proper dress. While I do agree that text messaging has it's place, it does not belong in the career search sector. That would be the equivalent of "Pig Latin" being used in business when it… Continue

Added by Jennifer Porter on July 29, 2008 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

Greenwich Connecticut from a GoliathJobs Viewpoint

I was forwarded a great article about Greenwich Connecticut by a colleague on The article appeared in the Los Angeles Times last week. Here is a link to that article:,0,7973559.story

GoliathJobs’ Headquarters is in Stamford Connecticut which borders… Continue

Added by Jennifer Porter on June 17, 2008 at 2:21pm — No Comments

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By Jennifer Baker

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 YM Careers, Jennifer Baker, Director of from ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership, explores what it takes for career centers to overcome the challenges and capture the opportunities.

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