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February 2009 Blog Posts (3)

Average is a Dead-End: from Monster.

Michael said I should post some blogs, even it is cut and paste. Well, here we go. I just read this article on Monster, pretty good stuff. Average is dead, not only just being a average worker, in the job hunting process, average is still dead. I always tell my candidates, especially those too Jr. that I really cannot help right now, to be creative, innovative BUT remain professional. Don't just send your resume, call them if you can find the number, meet them if you are local. If all the other… Continue

Added by Hui Shen on February 17, 2009 at 8:44pm — 2 Comments

Headhunters, Litmus Tests and Fair-Weather Friends

Following a couple of conversations; one with a good friend and the other with a complete stranger in a club, I felt compelled to write on the subject of ‘friends’ and just what this word means for us headhunters.

My conversation with the stranger – whose name I will not disclose as I am certain he is known by many people here in Beijing, seemed to enjoy being ‘facetious’ (his word of the day) about various things but when I mentioned that doing what he does must mean that he knows a… Continue

Added by Corinne Howley on February 3, 2009 at 4:59am — No Comments

An old blog - but new post. ("The Big Bad Talent War")

China is a hub of emerging markets. China in itself, is an emerging market.

In an environment which commands dynamism and evolves at a continuously exponential rate, it is crucial for companies to stay ahead and on top of the game.

The technology market here in China continues to gain momentum in its innovations and provides fierce competition both globally and internally in spite of the overall market situation. However, a very big problem still persists. We are amidst a… Continue

Added by Corinne Howley on February 3, 2009 at 4:56am — No Comments

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