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  • Jobsite roundtable: Job boards should rate candidates on their interaction

    May 3, 2015

    Job boards should integrate a system in which recruiters can rank candidates on how interactive they are, according to James Driver, senior talent acquisition specialist at mailroom equipment manufacturer Neopost.
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  • 5 questions with Luke Vernon, founder of Luke’s Circle

    May 3, 2015

    Luke Vernon is a Boulder resident, entrepreneur and founder of Luke’s Circle. He operates Luke’s Circle, a local job site, in his free time.
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  • LinkedIn: moving up – and out?

    May 3, 2015

    The recruiting press was abuzz last week with the news that LinkedIn had purchased Lynda.com, a career-focused online learning company. It was the kind of deal that makes stockholders swoon.
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  • Text Messaging Comes to the World of Job Boards

    May 3, 2015

    We don’t normally write about company partnerships, because they’re rarely newsworthy for anyone but the companies involved and their clients. Here’s one, however, that I think merits some discussion…
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  • Is Your Job Board a Good Recruiting Vehicle?

    April 14, 2015

    Running an online job board can be very rewarding, but only if you have a steady flow of traffic to your site. Unfortunately, data aggregators and social media are expanding the job recruiting market, which is a growing threat for many online job boards.
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  • A Farewell To Jobs

    April 14, 2015

    US courts are wrestling with whether Uber and Lyft drivers are contractors or should be considered employees. (It’s a hard case: I can see both sides. It seems to me like an issue the Supreme Court ought to ultimately decide.) And they’re just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
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  • Tech deluge: do we need so many tech-focused sites?

    April 14, 2015

    A long time ago, I worked at the granddaddy of all tech recruiting sites, Dice. It started as a bulletin board in 1990, then migrated to the web in 1996. To this day, it is the largest tech-focused job board, both in terms of revenues and candidates.
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  • Searching for work via online job boards

    April 14, 2015

    I walked into a Service Canada the other day, looking for work. The last time I did such a thing, I believe the government department was called Human Resources Development Canada. This has since become “Service Canada.” My first question was, “Where are the job boards?” There are none.
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  • A Brief History of Online Job Boards since 1995

    April 1, 2015

    It’s hard to believe I started in the online job board industry almost 20 years ago–back when job boards were literally boards tacked with paper job descriptions, hanging outside college career offices and staffing agencies. Or binders full of faxed job postings. Or classified ads in the newspaper. A lot can change in 20 years.
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