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The New Field of Dreams?

If you build it, will they come? I’m sure that’s a question Joe, Barry and Art are asking right now. Kudos to Bullhorn for taking the lead in building a Web 2.0, community supported resource. As a marketing professional dedicated… Read More

Optional On Demand?

I just returned from the Staffing Industry Executive Forum in Miami – 4 intense days of meetings and discussions with executives from some of the Staffing and Recruiting Industry’s top performing firms. It was a fantastic conference. Four years into… Read More

Lisa’s Bullhorn Time Savers

Hello everyone, as many of you know, I came to Bullhorn from the Staffing Industry. I worked in IT Contract Staffing for 5 years in San Francisco and I have leveraged that knowledge everyday since I have been here. I… Read More

Like Herding Cats

As you may know, I share this blog with my colleague Joe Cordo, Bullhorn’s VP of Marketing. Joe did a great job of introducing our Blog to you in his innaugaural post. He also did a great job driving the… Read More

Web 2.0 Raises Questions

Who will answer them? In short. You will. We will. I remember people saying, “I don’t like the internet, it’s too impersonal.” I remember people telling me “your generation doesn’t embrace human interaction.” But what’s happening on the web these… Read More

Posting The Numbers – Top Performers and New Hires

Last week, Barry and I traveled across the country with a few other team members to visit a prospective Bullhorn customer. While we were touring the customer’s offices, a huge poster on the wall captured everyone’s attention. The poster pictured… Read More

Bullhorn Blog #1

This is my first ever blog…how is it that I am just entering this new form of communication? How will blogging change me? Bullhorn once again impacts my life…Bullhorn is the primary way that I communicate electronically and run my… Read More

Sourcing – It’s Not the Hunt That’s the Thrill

We hear the same thing repeatedly from staffing and recruiting professionals – sourcing is inefficient. In effect, it’s like “big game hunting” or a “fishing expedition,” hunting or catching the prize one at a time. Unlike those pursuits, when it… Read More