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SHIFT from Frustrated to Fulfilled [Picture from our event]

Thanks, Derek Deprey, for giving the ROW November event attendees the gears for shifting from Frustrated to Fulfilled!   See you all in a couple of months at our Spring National Speaker event!

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NAPS 2018 National Conference

The NAPS 2018 Conference is the premier education opportunity representing the search, recruiting and staffing industry. More than 400 attendees are expected to attend this year’s annual event, which will be help November 4-6, 2018 in Bonita Springs FL at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa. WHEN: November 4 – 6, 2018 […]

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Social Media and The Law

Written By: Mark Rowbottom President of ROW [Recruiters of Wisconsin]   I recently attended a seminar on Social Media and the Law. I wanted to share what I thought was interesting: 6 degrees of separation is now down to 3 and getting smaller as you read this! LinkedIn has 467 Million subscribers. Facebook has over […]

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Speaker: Derek Deprey on Nov. 2, 2017

WHEN:   Thursday, November 2, 2017 @  8:30 am – 12:00 pm WHERE:  The Forum, 3333 N Mayfair Road, Wauwatosa, WI 53222 (new location of Kaplan Training Center) Recruiters Of Wisconsin IS PROUD TO BRING BACK  …  Derek Deprey PRICE:    $59/each Members   $79/each Non-Members   After paying by PayPal, please email Patrick@alliancestaff.com with your company name and […]

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My Resume’s in the “Black hole!” – Ask the Expert!

My Resume’s in the “Black hole!” by: Mark Rowbottom – President of Recruiters of Wisconsin – ROW   Have you ever felt lousy after leaving what you believe to be a very compelling message, text or email and receive no response? Welcome to 2017.   If you really want this feeling, send your resume into a […]

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Recruiter Happy Hour @ Open Flame Patio – 4/27/17 @4:30PM

Join us for The Spring Happy Hour Recruiter Discussion event – both social and educational! WHEN:  April 27, 2017  @ 4:30-6 PM WHERE: Open Flame – 5081 S. 108th Street, Greenfield, WI    — Food & Drink provided! COST: FREE for ROW Members $25 for Non-Members… but wait, you can purchase a ROW Membership today and attend for free as well as receive additional […]

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Job Descriptions are a Joke – by Mark Rowbottom

Job Descriptions are a Joke by: Mark Rowbottom I recently wrote an article titled Job Postings are Not Real. As a result, I began to ponder the actual job descriptions and this prompted the following observation and questions: Have you ever read through a job description and asked yourself the question: What is it that […]

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Job Postings are Not Real – an observation by Mark Rowbottom

Job Postings are Not Real By Mark Rowbottom This is an observation of mine: When perusing various job boards, websites, career and postings, one must keep in mind that any job posting is an invitation for anyone and everyone to apply. Not surprisingly many people do apply.  We often hear the frustration of candidates who […]

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Great Turnout for Derek Deprey’s “Move to Connect”

As Derek suggested, I hope you took action on AT LEAST one thing within the 24 hours following his Move To Connect presentation. Remember, You Can LEARN To Connect! Take 100% Responsibility for the relationship. Connecting always requires ENERGY. …and Email is for INFORMATION not CONVERSATION.  

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Derek Deprey “Move to Connect” – 11/3/16

WHEN:   Thursday, November 3, 2016  1:30 pm – 5:00 pm WHERE:  2300 North Mayfair Road (US Bank Building), Kaplan Training Center (2nd Floor), Milwaukee, WI Recruiters Of Wisconsin IS PROUD TO PRESENT  …  Derek Deprey Details about the Recruiters Move To Connect program content : Everyone Communicates, Few Connect: What the Most Effective People Do Differently If you […]

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