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Amid reports that his nonprofit paid for the living and travel expenses of a government official, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is saying that taxpayers should not be alarmed. According to a report in Crain’s Detroit Business, Snyder spoke out in defense of the New Energy to Reinvent and Diversify Fund (NERD), a foundation he started to promote various charitable causes. Various reports indicated... (more...)

The tip this week shows how to use the Mass Assignment Update functionality, including the recently added fields for Triple Time Pay Rates and Triple Time Bill Rates.

Click to view a PDF of the Tip of the Week #273

Like any major trade show, OpenWorld has been in planning for a long time. However, this OpenWorld might be the most planned show of its kind ever, because in addition to the extravaganza taking place in the Moscone Center, many of the hotels in the area and even in closed-off streets, an important sideshow and object lesson — America’s Cup — is taking place in San Francisco... (more...)

Mike Durney Dice Holdings, operator of multiple niche job boards, changes leaders next week, when current CFO Michael Durney takes over as CEO and president. Chairman, CEO, and President Scot Melland steps down September 30 after a dozen years in the top company job. He will stay on as a company director. Both Durney and Melland have overseen the growth of well-known tech career site Dice.com into... (more...)

Michael Durney Dice Holdings, operator of multiple niche job boards, changes leaders next week, when current CFO Michael Durney takes over as CEO and president. Chairman, CEO and President Scot Melland steps down Sept. 30 after a dozen years in the top company jobs. He will stay on as a company director. Both Durney and Melland have overseen the growth of well-known tech career site, Dice.com, into... (more...)

Dear Barb: Please give me some advice on how to approach my owner about a situation that is getting worse. I’ve been a recruiter for a little over a year and I’m now the top producer in our office. I work with people who have 10-plus years of experience but don’t make 10 calls a day. All they do is talk about why people are not hiring and how our candidates are all impossible. It’s getting... (more...)

Every nonprofit manager knows that fraud is a bad thing but too many operate under the belief that it can never happen to them. It’s that attitude that can lead to fraud occurring in the first place. Managers can’t eliminate human weakness, but they can be vigilant in preventing fraud or, if necessary, dealing with it right away. Further, prevention can be helped in part by awareness throughout... (more...)

The tip this week demonstrates how you can add a brief comment to a Candidate listed in a Talent Pool folder, providing you additional, relevant information in this one screen view.

Click to view a PDF of the Tip of the Week #67

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Maybe its worth a few hires as well. Jim Stroud, Director of Sourcing and Social Strategy for Bernard Hodes Group, LLC will explore the possibilities of how online photos can be leveraged for a recruitment and sourcing advantage. In a 1-hour webinar, Jim Stroud will explore reasons why photos are increasingly relevant to a sourcing strategy, give a high-level... (more...)

The holiday season is upon us; even those uninitiated in the ways and means of retail can see it in the Halloween decorations and candy that are now so plentiful on store shelves. For the initiated — that is, anyone who expects to make a buck off of the holiday shoppers this year — not only is the season here, but plans to address it are already in place. “Address,” of... (more...)