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Free Training – Replay of Show Me the Buyers

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I hope you enjoy a replay of this recent PhoneCast, hosted by StaffingU…

SHOW ME THE BUYERS!
What’s Hot and What’s Not in Hiring Demand

Join Scott Wintrip, Founder and President of StaffingU, and special guest Charles Tribault of WANTED Technologies to learn which job types your prospects need the most.

Charles is an analyst of recruitment data for WANTED and has contributed to the development of new products and services in his role as Research Manager.  He holds a M.Sc. in Economics from the Université de Montréal and a B.A. in Economics from Princeton.

During this PhoneCast, Charles and Scott will access the Hiring Demand Dashboard and other WANTED Analytics Apps to provide you with real-time data of current buying trends.  In addition, by the end of this session, you will:

  • Discover the top positions that companies need to fill right now.
  • Learn which jobs are showing a downward trend in hiring.
  • Hear the national outlook for the largest occupational groups.
  • Receive real-time intelligence for the hiring trends in each region.

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Free PhoneCast – Show Me the Buyers!

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SHOW ME THE BUYERS!
What’s Hot and What’s Not in Hiring Demand

Wednesday, April 28, 2010
1:00PM – 02:15PM Eastern Time

Join Scott Wintrip, Founder and President of StaffingU, and special guest Charles Tribault of WANTED Technologies to learn which job types your prospects need the most.

Charles is an analyst of recruitment data for WANTED and has contributed to the development of new products and services in his role as Research Manager.  He holds a M.Sc. in Economics from the Université de Montréal and a B.A. in Economics from Princeton.

During this PhoneCast, Charles and Scott will access the Hiring Demand Dashboard and other WANTED Analytics Apps to provide you with real-time data of current buying trends.  In addition, by the end of this session, you will:

  • Discover the top positions that companies need to fill right now.
  • Learn which jobs are showing a downward trend in hiring.
  • Hear the national outlook for the largest occupational groups.
  • Receive real-time intelligence for the hiring trends in each region.

This program is free and seating is limited to the first 100 people to register.

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Free Training – TeleClass Replay of The Flexibility Factor

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Enjoy a free replay of this recent TeleClass, hosted by StaffingU…

THE FLEXIBILITY FACTOR
Client Expectations, Candidate Perceptions, Economic Reality

Flexibility: Employees want it, businesses need it, it’s good for the economy, and staffing firms provide it. Steve Berchem, CSP, Vice President of the American Staffing Association (ASA) explains how and why staffing flexibility is such an important element in today’s economy. You’ll also hear what clients really expect from their vendors, how candidate perceptions of the industry are shifting, and the economic realities of 2010.

Steve has general management responsibilities with principal oversight of ASA’s marketing, public relations, publications, and research functions. An ASA spokesman, he is frequently consulted by business executives, industry analysts, government officials, and academics for his expertise in industry research, data, and economics. Steve writes an annual economic analysis of the staffing industry, ASA’s most widely referenced publication. Before joining ASA in 1998, he held executive positions in Washington think tanks and associations. His background includes service in government and experience in advertising and public relations agencies, where he handled marketing and public affairs for food and pharmaceutical clients.

Facilitating the conversation is Scott Wintrip, StaffingU Founder & President.

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