- Fordyce TV will resume next week with a brand new episode led by Lynn Hazan. If you missed last week’s episode on perm fee negotiations, you can catch it here, along with all of our other past episodes.
- There is no ERE webinar this week, but you can sign up for next week’s free webinar on Adjusting Talent Acquisition to a Changing Operations Model, led by Robin Ritter from General Mills and Kristy Sidlar from FutureStep.
- Our Editor-In-Chief Todd Raphael is working on the September issue of the Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership. All of the articles have come in and he’s just working on some minor cleanup and the layout/graphics with our designer Barbara. We’re thinking this may be the best issue of the publication so far. We’ve got Richard Newsom from Fifth Third Bank, talking about how the company boiled down their recruiting metrics to a single “stock price” measure. John Zappe is covering customer services issues with recruiting technology. Lisa Edwards is writing about whether recruiting A-players really pays off. Keith Halperin proposes a new recruiting model. And more. So subscribe before August 15 to make sure this is your first issue. In addition, the issue will be distributed for free to all attendees at the upcoming ERE Expo 2009 Fall conference in Hollywood, FL.
- Speaking of the Expo, make sure you register before August 7 to get the $200 early bird rate. In addition, ERE subscribers can save an additional $200 by using product code FL09ERE. If you haven’t seen the agenda featuring over 20 corporate recruiters, practitioners, and thought leaders, check it out now.
- There are still a few weeks to take advantage of $25 job postings on EREjobs. If you are looking to add to your team, your posting will not only be displayed on the site for 30 days, but also in the ERE Daily email newsletter, the ERE homepage, and through the @recruiting_jobs feed on Twitter. And if you are looking for your next opportunity, check the site often and follow the Twitter feed.
Have a great week and please feel free to leave any questions you have in the comments below.