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Contingent Labor Contracts: Do It Right, Save Millions; Do It Wrong, Spend Millions

September 6, 2011
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As the labor market becomes more global, contingent workforces will become even more strategic to an organization’s operations, thereby driving increased flexibility and the need for proactive management and automation.
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Jobs' Hush-Hush Succession Plan Unveiled as Apple CEO Steps Down

August 25, 2011
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Tim Cook, who took over Apple’s day-to-day operations after Steve Jobs went on his third leave of absence because of ongoing health problems, gets Jobs’ recommendation for the company’s top post.
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New Tools Cast a Wider Social Network for Recruiters

August 22, 2011
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With the launch of BranchOut in July 2010 and BeKnown and Google Plus, which made their debuts in June, recruiters are trying to decide how to best use a dizzying array of tools to find top talent.
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Qualified Applicant Pool Fills Fast When Employers Use the Right Keywords

August 22, 2011
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To increase a job’s likelihood of being noticed, HR practitioners must first research what keywords are commonly used as it relates to that position.
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Special Report on RPO: Tech Takes Over RPO Marketplace

August 18, 2011
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The amount of recruitment process outsourcing technology available today is staggering—and for RPOs, it’s either keep up or risk being left behind.
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Headhunter Firm Taps Insider Trina Gordon for CEO

July 13, 2011
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She succeeds Chris Clarke, who stepped down in December after 11 years with Boyden World Corp. The firm also named Gerhard Raisig to chairman from interim chairman and managing partner of Boyden Germany.
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Marriott Hopes to Win With Facebook Game

July 11, 2011
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The novel interactive game, called My Marriott Hotel, was born out of the mega-hospitality corporation’s quest to fill 50,000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2011.
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Job Market Slowly Easing as College Grads Trade Books for Briefcases

June 21, 2011
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Google, like thousands of companies both large and small, is finding their ‘great people’ on college campuses nationwide in bigger numbers than in the past two years, career counselors say. Certainly the recession hit hard across all campuses but the uptick in hiring has been noticeable, they add.
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