- 15/08/2017Our Partner Planitswiss is recruiting a Junior Account & Event Project Manager for its Singapore Office
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- Producer04/08/2017An Extension Of Your HR DepartmentImagine an HR department with an experience of 16 years behind it. Yes, that is what we are! We bring the best and the most talented people to the right jobs. We are Ozstaff. We have been the 1st choice for outsourced labour hire Melbourne...
- 12/07/2017There are a lot of articles aimed at recruiters and HR professionals around how to maximize investment in the Applicant Tracking System but someone seems to have forgotten to tell APPLICANTS the ins and outs of navigating an ATS successfully. Consider this rectified!Dear Jobseeker: Navigating the ATSwww.business2community.com Although the job market is way better than it was just a few years ago, it’s still no picnic trying to find a job that is a match for both your skills and the culture you want in a career. After...
- Producer11/07/2017I Got Sent to Two Interviews - And There Wasn't Even a JobSome of you will know I haven't had much luck on the job front recently. Despite some promising bites, I seem to be zeroing out. The first opportunity, I wasn't too fussed about. I wrote a blog on it, said what I wanted to say, and haven't thought...
Comments12/07/2017 #10 Cyndi wilkins"I'm not blameless either. I'm experienced enough to know that if an opportunity doesn't feel right, even after the first interview, chances are it probably isn't. I could have bowed out of the process at that point, but I didn't. And ultimately that was my choice, although one hampered by a desire to better my circumstances - for myself and my son."
Okay...I'd be the first one to say 'trust your gut'...but that is NOT AN OPTION when you are in a position like this...I don't care how much experience you have, you are a parent first...It's not all about you when you have a family to support...and these 'professional snakes' know that... And they prey on it... This stuff makes me hot under the collar.. and there should be laws against it!
We are in the same boat here @Sandra Smith...feels like shoveling shit against the tide...and I see it taking it's toll on my spouse...All I can do is keep the ship
afloat and be the 'cheerleader'...It's a helpless feeling...I can keep the ship from sinking...but I am powerless to what it does to one's self esteem....That's an inside job...I'm wishing you better things for you and your son;-)12/07/2017 #9 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez LopezGood morning @Sandra Smith I wrote this, I'm sorry I have not translated it. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@julio-angel-lopez-lopez/el-combate-una-entrevista-de-trabajo
In short it is an idealized combat, the struggle between the desire of the trophy and when you see that the trophy is false.12/07/2017 #7 Míriam Caro López"Lesson learned", that's important. As Phil Friedman's telling, you are blameless. You were in a dificult situation trying to balance high risk (cost) and a small door to better.
I remember had passed for something similar, but I was younger, still living with my parents, working only for paying my studies... so I used to pass fast from a company to another. I couldn't imagine being on your shoes, but you've done well, and I think I'd had done same.
I've been here on the same chair/job for the last ten years, in Madrid. Every week I feel this will be my last moth, but as that moment comes I'm looking for something near my home, as I spend everyday more than two hours in train (I don't leave in Madrid), or at least another job, only for morning beacuse if I change I'll loose my reducted day for having a child.
We need to keep looking for the best for our families, so head up, you can.12/07/2017 #6 Phil FriedmanSandra > "I'm not blameless either."
No, Sandra, you ARE blameless. You acted in good faith, albeit naively. But that is not your defect. You should, however, learn from the experience. Over the years as an employer, employee, and contract consultant -- including an early stint as a recruiter with a major Chicago-based employment agency -- this is what I've learned:
1) If non-local travel for an interview you've been invited to, the prospective employer should always pay travel expenses. Otherwise, you have no indication that they are seriously interested in you.
2) If you have a substantial work history and samples of prior work and letters of recommendation, that plus the interview discussions should be enough for them judge you on. The idea of submitting full proposals is a formula for having your work and ideas stolen. And every legitimate potential employer understands that and will not ask you to do that.
3) You should never trust a "recruiter" (unless he or she has found you a job in the past). Most have a far weaker connection to the prospective employer than they represent to you. Indeed, most these days don't even have a contract or a written job order from the employer and are throwing shit against the wall in the hope of having something stick.
Don't fret overly much. Console yourself with the fact that the "freelance" who was hired in your stead, unless exceptionally savvy and experienced in contract work, will likely get screwed out of a pile of pay for work performed. Cheers!12/07/2017 #5 Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBAWhat a waste of time. I think people need to start writing to the CEO and letting him or her know the games their people are playing. Only then will this stop.
Same thing happens in the reverse. Companies put you through a lot of time and effort preparing proposal usually in response to an urgent request. Then, they decide they are going to handle it internally. I think they likely had no intentions of outsourcing but just mined proposals in order to steal ideas.12/07/2017 #4 David B. GrinbergPART 2 OF 2
Sandra, before beBee arrived I was once recruited cold by CBS/Viacom Corp. HQ in New York City through LinkedIn. This was for a corporate communications gig representing the company before the news media (not a job in the new division, but corporate comms with expense accounts, etc). I ended up not taking the job, but I did ask that they fly me in to NYC for the interview and pay for all expenses -- plus have a limo or town car pick me up and return me to the airport. They agreed and wanted to do this in one day. However, being a native NYer and pushy, I wanted to stay a bit longer while there to see some friends and family. So I convinced the HR folks to put me up at swanky hotel overnight. I rightly assumed they had some corporate deal already worked out for such occasions.
In the end, I turned down the job for personal and family reasons. My point, however, is that if an out-of-town company really wants you badly enough based on your impressive credentials and a phone or online interview, then demand they pay for all travel expenses per the in-person interview. Yes, it's a bit risky but will show you just how interested they really are in hiring you. Plus, they may be impressed by your determination and bold ask. Just something to consider for next time.
Wishing you all the best. Keep buzzing because, among other things, writing really is therapeutic. So buzz on!12/07/2017 #3 David B. GrinbergSandra: first, I commend you for opening sharing your experience. I understand that this ultimately turned into an expensive and frustrating experience, which is unfortunate. However, on the positive side you were proactive and determined. I would think of it this way and not get discouraged. Job interviews and being hired are like selling insurance or whatever door-to-door. You have to knock on 100 doors to have change. Then, perhaps 5% of 5 people express interest and invite you in. Three of the five don't buy what's you're selling, but the other two make the purchase and YOU receive the profit. But if you hadn't knocked on 100 doors you would never have made the ultimate sales. Here's another example: it took Thomas Edison thousands of failed tries to invent the light bulb. But he viewed each failed attempt as a step in the right direction toward achieving his goal, which he did through laborious persistence and hard work. You too will get the job you seek, just keep persisting, maintain confidence in yourself and a positive outlook. I can't wait to read your blog post about finding and getting the job that's the best fit for you. This WILL happen if you believe it will and persist.
PART 1 of 212/07/2017 #2 Sandra Smith#1 Thanks, Shelley - I think the problem is that the company didn't know what it wanted (or needed) and the recruiter took advantage a bit. Thinking back, she didnt bother to screen me on the phone, which should have been a huge red flag. Sorry you had to cancel your flight at the last minute, not sure how they forgot to get you to sign the NCA, doh! 😂11/07/2017 #1 Shelley Brown@Sandra Smith So frustrating! I have had my share of interviews leading to no where and it seems the process is getting longer and requiring several interviews. I have had 5-8 interviews for a job. A couple of times I got through to the final interview and the company decided not to hire at all. Another time, I was on my way to fly out to meet with the final decision makers and got a call at the airport on my way to their HQ asking me if I had signed a non-compete. I had to turn around and go home. They never asked in the beginning of the process. Hang in there!!!!! It is hard to find a position in a city where you don't reside. Good Luck!!!!
- Producer12/07/2017SOUTHERNPINE IN SAVANNAH NEEDING A PROJECT MANAGER, TO CONTINUE EXPANSION OF RESTORATION PROJECTS, shared by BILL STANKIEWICZI had a great meeting yesterday with my good friend here Ramsey Khalidi who I have known for many years. He is looking to hire a Project Manager with a construction background to help in their growth. This may be a great opportunity too for any...
Comments12/07/2017 #1 David B. GrinbergHey, Bill, great example of leveraging a Producer blog post to recruit talent and announce jobs. I've shared this buzz in three hives which are relevant. Please consider a follow up post should you successfully hear from and/or hire any prospective candidates via beBee -- which would buttress the recent professional video about beBee for job candidates and employers to recruit the best talent.
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- 03/07/2017Job seekers need to know how to compare IT salaries to recognize offers that align with their skills. What is the most complete source for information technology salary data and how to measure your own experience? Read on for more -4 Ways to Compare Your IT Salarywww.business2community.com In most instances, job seekers who are capable of framing their technical experience and interpersonal skills as a high value service receive the most job offers. And like any premium service, it...
- Producer01/07/2017The Game of Drones: BioCarbon Engineering and the environmental restoration by dronesBioCarbon Engineering, is a dynamic company with a novel approach in environmental restoration ingeneering. Its strategy consists in the use of drones for the restoration of affected ecosystems by desertification processes, industrial pollution...
Comments01/07/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.good to be aware of / il faut savoir
- Producer27/06/2017A Social Media Starters' Guide for Job SeekersLooking for a job for the first time in over a decade can be a lot like trying to date again after getting divorced from a long marriage. You can try to do it the same way you did when you were much younger, but you would have much more success...
- Producer26/06/2017In Resumes, as in Life, There are No GuaranteesNow, I am surprised that this doesn't happen more often, but in fact, it's rare for a prospective client to ask for data on the percentage of past clients who received job offers within different time frames. I'm glad it's a rarely asked question...
Comments26/06/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI have to concur, creating my own resume that brought results, put me in no position to craft anyone else's resume.
What did put me in the position to help people prepare & practice for interviews is a wide ranging skill in conversations with HR and hiring managers over close to two decades. Getting mission critical stuff accomplished on HR/Payroll systems.
I sent this post to someone I am working with, and what I said in the email may help a lot of other people.
It is generating the energy of conversation that brings the next job offer into existence.
The old ways are very reactive & static. The new ways are rather uncharted and very unique.
But, whatever the specifics of the job description are - if you know you can be trusted to do the job. Shout that from the rooftops.
And to have that value pop off the page of a resume/profile, you need someone like @Lynda Spiegel who will be able to extract your unique value & put it into a context that gets found, that translates to those professionals who read resumes daily or are accountable for hiring the right candidate, so that you can make it to the playoffs of the job search, the interview process.
- Producer25/06/2017What Lengths Would You Go to Get a Job?Have I Got a Job Story [Desperation Leads to Job] Ever been desperate for a job? I was...My company sent me to France to help deploy a global client/server ERP implementation. By all accounts, it should have been perfect. My wife and I were young...
Comments26/06/2017 #14 Jared 🐝 Wiese#13 Indeed, @Melissa Hughes. I was desperate, but I also knew I had been learning and could do the job.
It seems the hardest part is convincing others of our value. The frustrating part it, we have seconds to do it, after we spend hours researching and applying.
So much has changed even in the last few years when it comes to getting a job.
I love helping others turn the tides! Finding where their passion meets up with their potential value. You know, Ikigai. ;)26/06/2017 #9 Kieron JohnsonWhat an incredibly inspirational story, @Jared 🐝 Wiese Being rejected may have left you feeling temporarily dejected, but it also left you feeling permanently determined. Your single-mindedness, quick thinking and tenacity uniquely qualified you not only for the role you applied for but also for the niche you’ve carved out for yourself today. Good job!26/06/2017 #7 Brian McKenzieI was transferred to a remote facility that did not have any 'Intelligence' assets or architecture. I was told by the on Site Personnel department that for 6 months, I would face a reduction in pay, and miss the exam cycle for the next rating exam as they did not have the secure facilities to administer such a test. .... I Called the Regional IR Admiral back in Texas (the one who had signed my transfer to the location) - the ass chewing that he received was well worth the call. After lunch - I was led to a secure underground bunker that didn't 'Exist'.
I do miss ADAK at times. Great little burg.
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- 13/06/2017Seguimos en la búsqueda de Director de Alimentos y Bebidas para nuestro hermoso hotel ubicado en una de las zonas más icónicas de la ciudad de México. Si estás interesado, puedes enviar tu CV actualizado al correo: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- 07/06/2017Dear All,
I'm looking to hire for one of the most famous - Slow smoked BBQ restaurants in Dubai.
1 ) Personal Head Chef
2) Restaurant Manager -
3) Head Chef ( Rotisserie experience )
French Speaking or European educated or Arabic Speakers. This is based on the customers coming in.
Summary of Position:
The Head Chef( Rotisserie) will be responsible for all the aspects of the business. Will play the role of spokesperson and represent the brand identity through his/her endeavors. At the same time he/she will have extensive rotisserie and rotisserie management techniques knowledge and will be able to communicate it in a fun manner to the clients. Being up to date with current food trends, nutrition and health is a must. Being the head chef comes with the responsibility of managing the front of house kitchen. Tasks include food purchasing, food cost control, recipe building, managing, preparation and maintenance of quality standards. In addition to this the head chef is in charge of training all kitchen employees.
• 5 years of Head Chef experience with at least 2 year in rotisserie or roasted meats specialized restaurant
Minimum 4-7 years as Head Chef experience in smoking & bbq of meat
The restaurant borrows from the great barbeque traditions of the past to create their own style. They bring together the best of all great BBQ techniques to create something uniquely its own. The process begins with the best, all-natural meats and poultry, seasoned with perfect spice blends &then smoked with wood for many hours until the perfect harmony of smoke, flavor &time emerges.
Salary between ( 14K to 16K AED )
Email-Fatima@aptresources.ae (Please read the requirements before you apply, due to the volume of resumes received only shortlisted candidates will be contacted)Hiring Head Chef/Restaurant Managerwww.linkedin.com Personal Head Chef /Restaurant Manager - European educated or Arabic Speakers - Salary Package AED 16,000. Minimum 4-7 years as Head Chef...
- 24/05/2017Looking for a Executive Housekeeper - To work for a UHNWI in Dubai
with strong leadership abilities and organizational skills and display of exemplary performance for the housekeeping staff to follow. With the Ability to understand and maintain family values and integrity.
Location - Dubai
Experience in a 5 star+ hotel, boutique hotel, palace experience, or private estate is a must.
Health & Safety Certification or knowledge of Health & Safety is an asset.
Managerial experience to oversee others
Minimum of 8-10 years experience in a similar role.
Successful pre-opening experience would be a distinct advantage
Salary - Best in the market for the right individual
Comments10/06/2017 #2 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsHiring Now - Only individuals with authorization to work in UK please apply.
We are looking to recruit management for our client's restaurant operations in London.
Location - London || Industry - Hospitality || Format - Casual Thai
Experience - ONLY 2 to 7 years .
Positions - Front and Back of House Operations Manager. (2 Positions)
Please send me a connection request and we can discuss further details.
- 22/05/2017A Penguin Formula está a recrutar Sr Python Developers. 🐧
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- Producer21/05/2017Google For Jobs - AI Will Not Take Your Job, It Will Help You Find OneHardly day passes by without yet another announcement about another groundbreaking use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. These are undoubtedly the biggest trends of 2017. But don't be fooled into dismissing as just another tech fad...
Comments22/05/2017 #4 Zacharias 🐝 VoulgarisA.I. has a great deal to offer to the world, through science, logistics, and a variety of optimizations in our infrastructure. When it is at the service of a company like G, I seriously doubt it will benefit anyone, apart from the company itself (at the expense of everyone else).
- 19/05/2017Networking is said to be the most successful way to ...Diversify Your Online Job Search: The 10 Best Ways to Find a Job on the Internetwww.youtern.com All not online job search methods are created equal. Some internet-driven job search methods are far more effective than...
- 12/05/2017What is the best way to write your resume and LinkedIn profile so they complement each other? Let’s take a look at some of the major differences and similarities between your LinkedIn profile and your resume.How Your Resume and LinkedIn Should Differwww.business2community.com If you’ve applied to a new job recently, you’ve probably noticed the option to input your LinkedIn profile instead of uploading a traditional resume. While this may look like a sign that the...
- 11/05/2017How to Find the Best Dental Jobs in USA?
#dentaljobsUSA #Dental #jobs #dentist #USA #VirginiaHow to Find the Best Dental Jobs in USA?kledentaljobs.weebly.com When you leave dental school after the graduation, you believe that the world is in your hand and that you will never need to worry about a...
- Producer09/05/2017Look Beyond The Resume If You Want To Make A Great HireThis is an educated rant. This is only the second time I will have ever gone on a public rant. I'm probably going to get offended comments on this post from a middle aged white male who is still stuck in the Industrial Age. Oops. Ten years ago...
Comments06/06/2017 #1 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsNice rant out Jeremy. Great article.
Employees need to behave well both in personal and professional life.
Partying is not crime but abusing and misbehaving is not good. An employer needs to know their employees on and off the desk.
And company's need to pick up a new democratic policy. A company for the people, by the people and of the people!
Unlike Linkedin that is doing exactly the same thing Uber is doing now!
Tag me the next time you write. I don't want to miss out on your buzzes. Keep buzzing 🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝 Stay awesome!
- 07/05/2017How many people do you know who have worked at the same company for ten years or more?Why Salesforce Employees Keep Coming Back Year After Yearmedium.com By Parker Harris, Co-Founder and CTO,...
- GCC and administration. are you looking for the ideal candidate OUT of the usual HR recruiting channel that send you the same resumes ever and ever. Well here is an idea: Publish your job offer on http://bebee.com and read this great article by @🐝 Fatima G. Williams - https://www.bebee.com/producer/@fatima-williams/partner-with-my-team-for-recruitment-services