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    by karingallo ·

    Afternoon Consultants and Contractors or anyone willing to Help-
    I have a question for all of you brainiacs, that support and supply critical technology that even grama relies on, let alone every other soul on this planet.

    I am a veteran HR person (industries covered – SaaS, Life Sciences, lodging, etc.) trying to decipher this crazy climate we are now in.

    One thing that is continuing to jump out at me, there does not seem to be a Community Champion.

    Let me explain deeper.

    The process, XYZ Corp or agency needs a talented individual to complete a project, they broadcast/advert for a role, recruiters scour the landscape like the movie “I” Robot. They find someone, get the job filled, job concludes. Then it’s like the movie “Gravity”. Once another project surfaces and they (Company or agency) needs talent, the same process begins all over again…Ludicrous…

    My question being, would it be beneficial to you folks if a Company or agency had a Relationship Department that was looking out for your next role at all times? Constant contact, not one offs, always knowing that once this gig was up on March 1st you will move to this gig on March XX (depending on your schedule).

    Just trying to make things better, appreciate any and all feedback…Have a great day!

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      That does not sound like HR today.

      by rproffitt ·

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      If I take it as you wrote this is for the movie industry the current system is “get an agent” that promotes you. This system seems to be firmly entrenched since the middle ages. Maybe long before that!

      Now let’s time travel to today. Maybe said agent would be building and managing the client’s Twitter and other SocME outlets because one wrong move and they may never find work again.

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