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September 15, 2010

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Teresa boardman

Great article and applicable to other businesses too. We can't just wait in our corner of the forest and hope that someone stops by.

Patti Yaritz

Great blog Paul I totally agree. I think the candidates are starting to pull together more than the companies! One comment is that when companies decide to be proactive in high demand talent markets they should be cautious how many vendors represent them. These people are inundated with calls many times for the same positions by multiple recruiters. It hurts their corporate brand and frustrates the people they really need to communicate with. Maybe hire a guide as you leave your corner of the forest...

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