Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Etes vous petite structure ou grosse boite ?

Bonjour,

Vendredi, Media JD a organisé une conférence de recrutement . Lors de la conférence, la question suivante fut posée :
Est il préférable de faire son stage dans une petite structure ou une grosse boîte ?

Le conférencier -CEO d'une petite structure de risk management - prend parti en démontrant que les meilleures opportunités sont -à l'heure de la globalisation - clairement du côté des petites structures.

En effet, Internet a permis la décomposition de la chaîne de valeur qui permet à des petites structures de prospérer sur des créneaux spécialisés.

Les petites structures correspondent à une approche marché plus que bureaucratique.

Elles s'adaptent donc beaucoup mieux aux évolutions de la nouvelle économie. Les petites structures valorisent plus le talent.

Elles permettent d'acquérir une expérience large et profonde. Les évolutions y sont donc plus rapides. Et les risques de carrière y sont plus limités.

Paroles de spécialistes du risk management.

Et vous, êtes vous un "early adopter" de la nouvelle économie ou un inconditionnel des grosses boites ?

Cordialement
Patrick

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

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"A l’heure où chacun est censé réussir sa vie, et piloter sa carrière, il devient indispensable d’offrir un accompagnement opérationnel de qualité pour tous les voyageurs en chemin. Ils peuvent être en partance – les jeunes diplômés-, en mise sur orbite – les battants, mais aussi en errance – les salariés en transition-, ou encore en vacance – les demandeurs d’emploi-.

Quelle que soit la catégorie à laquelle appartient le lecteur ou la lectrice de cet ouvrage, il ou elle pourra le parcourir aussi bien en vagabond qu’en pèlerin. Chacun trouvera, à sa mesure, de quoi alimenter sa réflexion et piloter sa démarche avec efficience et pertinence dans un contexte fortement impacté par le développement des informations en ligne et des réseaux relationnels et professionnels. Les nombreux apports de l’ouvrage, constamment réactualisés, prennent en compte la dynamique évolutive d’un marché qui va de plus en plus devoir faire la part belle à une véritable négociation entre employeur et salarié.

Au sein des enjeux d’une telle démarche figurent l’information et la relation : être informé en général pour mieux s’informer spécifiquement et savoir qui et comment informer, mais aussi se connaître pour mieux se faire connaître et être reconnu. Pour cela, il importe d’être au clair avec ce que l’on veut, mais il convient aussi de savoir aussi ce que l’on ne veut pas. Il devient alors possible de se projeter en toute responsabilité et discerner contraintes et opportunités dans un environnement où il convient de savoir naviguer.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Stephen Covey: Goals and Priorities

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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Salary and the Job Interview - How to Answer Questions About Desired Salary

Many people have a pretty good idea of the type of salary they want to make when changing jobs or looking for the first time but when the issue comes up in an interview, many people stumble.

When you are interviewing for a position and the interviewer asks you "Can you tell me what salary you are looking for?", what do you say? Surprisingly most people speak too soon when it comes to money and this often ends up hurting them in the long run.

You will occasionally get the interviewer who will ask this very early in the process, which can really catch you off guard but there are two things you can do to make sure you are ready for it.

1. Put it off by redirecting. If an interviewer asks you this question, one of the best ways to redirect is to say, "It feels premature to talk about salary until I know more about the job and the responsibilities that go with it. Could you share with me the range budgeted for this position." Now you have put the ball in their court and they are asked to come up with a number. It will be the rare interviewer who will not know what is being budgeted for that position and if they choose to deflect that answer, you might be in for some tough negotiations.

2. Prepare and do your research. Before you go into an interview, you should know what the average salary for this position in your market is. You may think that you are worth $40k when you are really worth $50k - important information to have when going into an interview. Make sure you do your research and talk to people in the know. If they press you for a number, at least you will be making an educated request.
If you want resources to help you find out salary scales for certain positions in a demographic area, you can go to your local professional association. They will usually have the latest reports on salaries in the industry and these can be a great place to start.

Remember, when it comes to negotiating salary, most employees unknowingly leave 20% or more money/benefits on the table. But, we'll discuss that more tomorrow when we touch on negotiating that all important bottom line.

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Thursday, June 21, 2007

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Something happens to people when they get online. Maybe it's the instant access, maybe it's the "I-could-be-naked" anonymity, but when people get online they sometimes get overly casual and informal. This might be fine when your talking to your buddy in Omaha or the sweetheart you just met in a chatroom, but it doesn't work well when you're trying to get business done.


Just because you're communicating online does not mean you should consider yourself exempt from any of the formalities of paper-based communication. Online cover letters are notoriously awful, poorly written throwaways of fewer than three lines whose only purpose is to say "I'm applying, this is my resume, have a nice day."


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Anil Dash, the former chief information technology officer for an online music video production studio in Manhattan, lost his job this January when the company fired nearly all its employees. Since then, Dash figures he's applied for more than a dozen jobs, contacting every one of the potential employers - befitting an out-of-work CIO - through e-mail.


But every time he prepares another e-mail, he faces a choice. Should he bother to write an e-mail cover letter, the sort of thing he'd do if he were mailing the resume, or should he merely dash off a few lines to the effect of, "Hi, I'm interested in your job, and I've attached my resume as a Word file. Thanks."
"I do cover letters for jobs I really want," Dash says. "For ones I don't care about, I just spam them."


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According to recruiting experts, Dash is doing the right thing by writing extensive e-mail cover letters. Even though cover letters came of age in the age of pen and paper (or typewriter and paper), they still have a place in the 21st century, when want ads, resumes, and interviews all fly over virtual networks.
"It's going over the Internet, but it's the same product," Madeline Miller, the manager of Compu-Type Nationwide Resume Service in upstate New York, said of e-mail cover letters. "The cover is very important and it should be the same quality if you were to mail it."


Since e-mail messages generally tend to be conversational and quickly written, many people aren't used to drafting carefully written e-mail cover letters. But Miller said any applicant who creates a fully-fleshed e-mailed cover letter has an advantage over an applicant with a more slapdash cover letter.


"There is a tendency to jot off a few lines, and people might write, "I'm applying for this job, here is my resume," Miller said. "But if there is a cover letter, that could put somebody over the top."
But at the same time, make sure your e-mailed cover letter isn't a chore to read. If brevity is a virtue with conventional cover letters, it's a necessity for e-mailed cover letters. You can find out more about cover letters with Vault's expert career advice.


Appropriate cover letter length


Reesa Staten, the research director for OfficeTeam, a staffing service firm, says e-mailed resumes shouldn't run more than two or three paragraphs.


"You want to include the same type of information, albeit in a shorter version," Staten said. "What you don't want to do is rehash your resume. There's no need to restate what you've done in the past. What you want to do is tell them where you learned about the listing, why you're right for the job, and how they can reach you."


Tips for sending cover letters and resumes


If you really want the job, follow up an e-mailed cover letter and resume with a hard copy you mail. Make sure this hard copy includes a cover letter, too, that restates who you are and why you're qualified. Somewhere in the cover letter, be sure to write, "I recently e-mailed you my resume and I'm following up with this hard copy."


Why should you do this? A hard copy gives your resume another chance for exposure and makes it easier for a potential boss to pass around or file your cover letter and resume. In cases where your e-mailed cover letter and resume have been overlooked in someone's in-box or rendered inaccessible by a computer glitch, a hard copy may be your only chance for exposure.


If you're including a resume as an attachment, first make sure the prospective employer accepts attachments. Then, in your cover letter, mention the program you used to create your attachment. ("I've enclosed a cover letter written in Microsoft Word 2000.") It's also a good idea to include a cut and paste text version of your resume in addition, in case the person reading the resume doesn't have the software to open your attachment.


With any resume file you're attaching, open it first to make sure it's updated, error free, and the version of your resume you want to send. Sending a virus is tantamount to sealing your job-doom.
Save a copy of whatever you send by including your own e-mail address in the "BCC" field or by making sure a copy goes to your "Sent mail" folder. This allows you to resend the letter if a problem pops up.
Lastly, don't fill in the "to" field with the recipient's e-mail address until you've finished writing and editing the cover letter and resume. This prevents you from accidentally sending off the message before it's ready.


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ACM Crossroads http://www.acm.org/crossroa
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MERC http://www.merc.ie/
OCS http://www.ocsjpb.com/
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South China Morning Post http://www.classifiedpost.c
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Frankfurter Allgemeine Ze http://www.faz.net/s/homepa
Süddeutsche Zeitung http://www.sueddeutsche.de/
Berliner Morgenpost http://www.berliner-morgenp
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L'Express http://www.lexpress.fr
Classe Export http://www.classe-export.co
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Repubblica; La http://www.respublica.it/
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Il Sole 24 Ore http://www.ilsole24ore.it/
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Aftenposten http://www.aftenposten.no/
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Svenska Dagbladet http://www.svd.se/
Dagens Industri http://www.di.se/
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Times/Sunday Times; The http://www.the-times.co.uk/
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Independent; The http://www.independent.co.u
Daily Telegraph; The http://www.telegraph.co.uk/
Sunday Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/
Overseas Jobs Express http://www.overseasjobs.com
London Evening Standard http://www.thisislondon.co.
NRC Handelsblad http://www.nrc.nl/
De Volskrant http://www.volkskrant.nl/
De Telegraaf http://www.telegraaf.nl/
Expresso http://online.expresso.pt/1
Kidon http://www.kidon.com/media-
Newspapers http://www.newspapers.com/
OnlineNewspapers http://www.onlinenewspapers
Australie Mag http://www.australiemag.com
France-Amérique http://www.france-amerique.com
Jerusalem Post http://www.jpost.com/Classi
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L'Etudiant http://www.letudiant.fr/
Nouvel Observateur; Le http://permanent.nouvelobs.
Metro http://www.metropoint.com
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Carrière Commerciale http://www.carrierecommerci
Toutsurlacom http://www.toutsurlacom.com
Electronique Online http://www.electroniqueonli
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L'expansion http://www.lexpansion.com/
L'Usine Nouvelle http://www.usinenouvelle.co
Tribune; La http://www.latribune.fr
Moci; Le http://www.lemoci.com/
Moci; Le http://www.lemoci.com/
Monde Informatique; Le http://www.weblmi.com/
Nouvel Economiste; Le http://www.nouveleco.com/
Nouvel Economiste; Le http://www.nouveleco.com/
Point; Le http://www.lepoint.fr/
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Les Echos http://www.lesechos.fr/
Prisma Presse http://www.prisma-presse.co
Rebondir http://www.rebondir.fr/
Stratégies http://www.strategies.fr/
Télérama http://www.telerama.fr/
Big Foot http://www.bigfoot.com
France 3 http://www.france3.fr/
Categorynet.com http://www.categorynet.com/
Imagenet http://www.imaginet.net/
Staufenbiel http://www.staufenbiel.de
RFI - Radio France Intern http://www.rfi.fr/
BFM http://www.radiobfm.com
Demain, la chaîne câblée http://www.demain.fr/
France Info http://www.radiofrance.fr/c
M6 http://www.m6.fr/
TF1 http://www.tf1.fr/
site du commerce extér; Le http://www.commerce-exterie
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L'Espace Emploi Internati http://www.anpe.fr/emplint/
Luxembourg / ADEM http://www.etat.lu/ADEM
Luxembourg / CEPS http://www.ceps.lu/
Ministère des Affaires ét http://www.diplomatie.fr/ma
OCDE http://www.oecd.org/documen
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Oficina de Empleo http://www.oficinaempleo.co
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ONISEP http://www.onisep.fr/
ONU - Organisation des Na https://jobs.un.org/elearn/
OTAN - Organisation du Tr http://www.nato.int/structu
Portugal / IEFP http://www.iefp.pt/
Royaume-Uni / http://www.dfee.gov.uk/
Service-public.fr http://www.service-public.f
Suède / AMV http://www.amv.se/
Swednet http://www.swednet.org.uk/
SYNTEC http://www.syntec-managemen
EURES http://ec.europa.eu/eures/home.jsp?lang=fr
Abeq http://www.abeq.org.br/
ABG - Association Bernard http://www.abg.asso.fr
ACFCI http://www.acfci.cci.fr
ADER http://www.grandes-ecoles-n
ADIUT http://www.iut-fr.org
Agence Pour la Création d http://www.apce.com/index.p
AGRH http://www.agrh.org
Air & Cosmos http://www.aerospacemedia.c
AIU http://www.unesco.org/iau
Allemagne / Arbeitsam http://www.arbeitsamt.de/
ANDES http://www.andes.asso.fr
ARCES http://www.arces.com/
Autriche / AMS http://www.ams.or.at/neu/
Belgique / ORBEM http://www.orbem.be/
Belgique / VDAB http://vdab.be/
CEE http://www.cee-recherche.fr
CEFI http://www.cefi.org
Centre d'information et d http://www.cidj.asso.fr/
CEREQ http://www.cereq.fr/index.h
CGE http://www.cge.asso.fr
Chambre de Commerce Vénéz http://cciavf.com.ve/ccife_
CIDJ http://www.cidj.asso.fr
CIME http://www.cime.asso.fr
CNISF http://www.cnisf.org/index.
CNJE http://www.cnje.org/
Council of international http://www.ciee.org/
CPU http://www.cpu.fr
CURIE http://www.curie.asso.fr
Danemark / AF http://www.jobnet.dk/afjobn
EDUFRANCE http://www.edufrance.fr
EGIDE http://www.egide.asso.fr
Entreprise et personnel http://www.entreprise-perso
Espagne / INEM http://www.inem.es/
Finlande / MF http://www.mol.fi/
GARF http://www.garf.asso.fr
Handicap International http://www.handicap-interna
IAE http://www.reseau-iae.org/
IAESTE http://enstimac.fr/iaeste
INA - Institut national d http://www.ina.fr/index.fr.
INETOP http://www2.cnam.fr/inetop/
Ireland JobPage http://www.exp.ie/
Irlande / FAS http://www.fas.ie/
ITU - International Telec http://www.itu.int/
Inem http://www.inem.es/
ANPE http://www.anpe.fr/index.js
Les chambres de commerce http://www.acfci.cci.fr/
ANVAR http://www.anvar.fr
ANDCP http://www.andcp.fr
Performanse http://www.performanse.fr
Touraine Export http://www.touraine.cci.fr/
Forem; Le http://www.leforem.be
Forem; Le http://www.leforem.be
Ploteus http://europa.eu.int/ploteu
Europa Joven http://www.europarl.es
Civiweb http://www.civiweb.com
APEC http://www.apec.fr/
HR Gardens http://www.hrgardens.com
CNIT http://www.cnit.fr
Expolangues http://www.expolangues.com/
Careersineurope.com http://www.careersineurope.com
Michael Page Junior http://www.michaelpagejunior.com
NRC Recruitment Specialis http://www.nrc.ie/
O'malley recruitment http://www.omalley-intersea
Peterson's http://www.petersons.com/
Richelieu Consultants http://www.richelieu-consul
Michael Page France http://www.michaelpagefranc
Alexandre Tic http://www.alexandretic.com
B & Associés http://www.b-associes.com/v
CV Conseils http://www.cvconseils.com/
Diamond recruitment http://www.diamond-rec.co.u
International Services http://www.internationalser
Michael Page Espagne http://www.michaelpage.com/
SEFICA http://www.sefica.com/
Intersearch France http://www.intersearchfranc
Batenborch http://www.batenborch.com/
Aces http://www.aces-internation
Search & Selection http://www.searchselection.
Overseas Consultant and S http://www.ocsjpb.com/
Prospective Management Ov http://www.pmo.be/
Moreno International http://www.moreno-internati
Norman Alex http://www.normanalex.com/
Altedia Drouot http://www.altedia-esr.com/
Progress http://www.progress-search.
Eric Salmon and Partners http://www.ericsalmon.com
Korn Ferry International http://site.annufinance.com
Mercuri Urval http://www.mercuri-btob.com
Heidrick and Struggles In http://www.heidrick.com/def
Robert Half http://www.roberthalf.fr/Po
Manpower http://www.manpower.co.uk/
Adecco http://www.adecco.fr/
Manpower France http://www.manpower.fr/
Kelly?s http://kellys.reedinfo.co.u
Lutz & Wyss http://www.lspag.ch/
Su dinero http://www.elmundo.es/clasi
Kompass http://www.kompass.com/
Dun and Bradstreet http://www.dnb.com/us/
Prospects http://www.prospects.ac.uk
Riley Guide; The http://www.rileyguide.com
Riley Guide; The http://www.rileyguide.com
Eurograduate http://www.eurograduate.com/
Hobsons European Careers http://www.hobsons.com
Emploi Center http://emploi.journaldunet.
AKTOR http://www.aktor.fr/
BLAST my Résumé http://www.blastmyresume.com
Atuge http://www.atuge.org/
Institut Vatel http://www.vatel.fr/formati
Universia http://www1.universia.net/L
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Société Française du Coac http://www.sfcoach.org/
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AIESEC http://www.aiesec.org/
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Avenir Export - Avenir Expat http://www.avenir-export.com
Coordination Sud http://www.coordinationsud.
France-Expatriés http://www.france-expatries.com
Insert-Export http://www.insert-export.com
Inter-Séjours http://membres.lycos.fr/int
ASLOG http://www.aslog.org
DFCG http://www.dfcg.com/
Dialogo http://www.dialogo.es
Expat http://www.expat.org
France Quebec http://www.france-quebec.as
AEFP http://www.evta.net
Association Bernard Grego http://www.abg.asso.fr
Com Campus http://www.comcampus.com
Naukri http://www.naukri.com/infoe
Newtech http://www.newtech.it/
Sales Placement LTD http://www.sales-placement.
Stellenmarkt http://www.stellenmarkt.de/
Joho Company; The http://www.carrierebank.nl/
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United Arab Emirates Inte http://www.uae-pages.com/
LabourMobility http://www.labourmobility.com
Développement des Ressour http://lmi-imt.hrdc-drhc.gc
FBA - French Business Cen http://www.fbasingapore.com
Hudir http://hudir.hungary.com/
Job Academy http://www.Jobacademy.com
MFE http://www.expatries.diplom
Going Global http://www.goinglobal.com
Quintcareers http://www.quintcareers.com
Club Teli http://www.teli.asso.fr/ind
CIEE: Council on Internat http://www.ciee.org/
EWEP http://www.ewep.com/
Sources d'Europe http://www.info-europe.fr
Eutelsat http://www.eutelsat.com/abo
Cegedim http://www.cegedim.fr/index
Cognex http://www.cognex.com
Geo Image http://www.geoimage.fr
Clubivy http://www.clubivy.com/
France Telecom recrutemen http://www.francetelecom.co
Michelin emplois http://www.michelin-emplois
Lafarge careers http://www.lafargecareers.c
Marine Nationale et recru http://www.recrute-officier
Génération Xerox http://www.xerox.fr/job/
Saint-Gobain Recherche http://www.saint-gobain-rec
Indice RH http://www.indicerh.net/
Double Click http://emea.doubleclick.com
U.S. Customs and Border P http://www.customs.ustreas.
GEICO Direct http://www.geico.com/
Wells Fargo http://www.wellsfargo.com/
Intel http://www.intel.com/
Northrop Grumman http://www.northgrum.com/
Johnson & Johnson http://www.jnj.com/home.htm
84 Lumber http://www.84lumber.com/
Stages Critics http://www.stagescritics.co
Super secretaire http://www.super-secretaire
Job commerciaux http://www.jobcommerciaux.c
Job Tech http://www.jobtech.fr/
Regions job http://www.regionsjob.com/
Cortex http://www.cortex-culturemp
Top Jeunes http://www.crijfc.com/
Eurobrussels http://www.eurobrussels.com
Les Inrocks http://www.lesinrocks.com
Workopolis http://campus.workopolis.co
Work Train http://www.worktrain.gov.uk
Wetfeet http://wetfeet.internshippr
Travel Work http://www.travel-work.com
Sun Job http://www.sun-job.com
Stages UK http://www.stagesuk.com
Rising Star Internships http://www.rsinternships.co
RH Job http://www.rhjob.com/
References http://www.references.be
Placement UK http://www.placement-uk.com
Jobs Campus http://www.jobscampus.com/
Job Etudiant http://www.jobetudiant.com
Euro Practice http://www.euro-practice.co
Cybersearch http://www.cybersearch.fr/
Calvin Thomas http://www.calvin-thomas.co
AZC Carreras http://www.azcarreras.com
Asianet http://www.asia-net.com/
Aero Emploi Formation http://www.aeroemploiformat
Idealist http://www.idealist.org
Job Junior http://www.job-junior.com
Careerxroads http://www.careerxroads.com
DISCO http://www.disc.co.jp
Reperes Emplois http://www.reperes-emplois.
Job search http://www.jobsearch.org
Employment guide http://www.employmentguide.com
Practika http://membres.lycos.fr/pra
Adely http://www.adely.com
Emploi International http://www.emploi-international.org/
Debutant Monster http://www.debutants.monste
Recrutement International http://www.recrutement-inte
World Student http://www.worldstudent.com
Paris Jeune Emploi http://www.paris-jeunes-emp
Work in France http://www.workinfrance.com
Wcn http://www.wcn.co.uk
Doctorjob http://www.doctorjob.com
Directemploi http://www.directemploi.com
Iagora http://www.iagora.com
DirectFormation http://www.directformation.
Direct Recrutement http://www.directrecrutemen
Joblinks http://www.Joblinks.f2s.com
Direct Etudiant http://www.directetudiant.com
1 Job For You http://www.1jobforyou.com/
Teens4Hire http://www.teens4hire.org
Monster TRAK http://www.monstertrak.monster.com/
Jobweb http://www.jobweb.com/
Job Link USA http://www.joblink-usa.com/
InternshipPrograms.com http://www.internshipprograms.com
College Recruiter http://www.collegerecruiter.com
College Grad http://www.collegegrad.com/
Femmexpat http://www.femmexpat.com
Ici Campus http://www.icicampus.com/
Cap Campus http://www.capcampus.com/
Irecrut http://www.irecrut.com/cgi-
Dynarel http://www.dynarel.fr/
StepStone http://www.stepstone.com/
Keljob http://www.keljob.com/
Talent Campus http://fr.talentcampus.com/
Geo http://www.geo.tm.fr/
Hotjobs Espagne http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/
Hispavista Trabajos http://www.hispavista.traba
CCFBCN http://www.ccfbcn.es/
Consulfrance Madrid http://www.consulfrance-mad
Ambafrance http://www.ambafrance.es/
Virtuempleo http://www.virtuempleo.com/
Trabajo http://www.trabajo.org/
Todo trabajo http://www.todotrabajo.com/
Monster Espagne http://www.monster.es/
Laboris http://www.laboris.net/
Monster http://www.monster.es
JobPilot Espagne http://www.jobpilot.es/
Canal trabajo http://www.canaltrabajo.com
Canalcv http://www.canalcv.com/
Buzzcity http://www.buzzcity.com/
Bolsadetrabajo http://www.bolsadetrabajo.c
Anuntis http://www.anuntis.com/
Alempleo http://www.alempleo.com/
EESTEC http://www.eestec.org/
E-Recrut http://www.erecrut.com/cgi-
Jobnet http://www.jobnet.co.il/
Jobnavigator http://www.jobs.co.za/
JobLive http://www.joblive.com/
Jobboom http://www.jobboom.com/
Sourcea http://www.sourcea.fr/
Job Vente http://www.jobvente.com/
Job on line - Italie http://www.jobonline.it/
JobFinance http://www.jobfinance.com/
Job bank http://www.jobbankusa.com/
Initiatives Emploi http://www.init-emploi.tm.f
Infojobs - Bolsa de Traba http://www.infojobs.net/
Infoemploi http://www.workinfonet.ca/c
Indolink http://www.indolink.com/
Hotjobs - USA http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/
Hotjobs Japon http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/jo
Hospitality.Net http://www.hospitalitynet.o
Grandes Ecoles http://www.grandesecoles.com/appLogic/home/Page/index.html
Guichet Emploi http://www.guichetemplois.g
Filcro http://www.filcro.com/
Eurojobs http://www.eurojobs.com/
Espace Emploi Internation http://www.anpe.fr/emplint/
En-stage http://www.en-stage.com/
Engineering jobs http://www.engineeringjobs.com
Emploi http://www2.emploi.com/
Empleo http://www.empleo.net
Emailjob http://www.emailjob.com/
E-Go http://www.e-go.fr/
Ecojobs http://www.ecojobs.com/
Direct - CV http://www.direct-cv.com/pu
Cyber - Job http://www.cyber-job.com/
Cyberfac-Emploi http://www.cyberfac-emploi.com
Curriculum SA http://www.curriculum.ch/
Coordonnées http://www.coordonnees.fr/
Coolworks http://www.coolworks.com/
ContactEmploi http://www.contactemploi.co
Classads http://www.classads.co.il/c
CareerOne http://www.hotjobs.com/htdo
CareerBuilder http://www.careerbuilder.com
Career strategy.inc http://www.csinc.co.jp/
Candle http://www.candlenz.co.nz/
CanadaJobs http://www.canadajobs.com/
CadresOnLine http://www.cadresonline.com
CadrEmploi http://www.cadremploi.com/
Bundesanstalt für Arbeit http://www.arbeitsamt.de/
Best Jobs USA http://www.bestjobsusa.com/
Belgacom http://jobs.belgacom.be/cgi
Base de CV : liens vers l http://www.naukri.com/infoe
Au pair Job match http://www.aupairs.co.uk/
Arbeits Markt Service http://www.ams.or.at/
AEAC - Airline Employment http://www.avjobs.com/table
ActivEmploi http://www.activemploi.com/
Canada PlusJobs http://www.canada.plusjobs.
Europages http://www.europages.com/
StepStone France http://www.stepstone.fr/
JobPilot France http://www.jobpilot.fr/
Webindia http://www.webindia.com/
Webfoodpros http://webfoodpros.com/wwwb
Webexpat http://www.webexpat.com/htm
Webcible http://www.webcible.com/
Vacatures op het Internet http://www.jobs.nl/
Top jobs http://www.topjobs.ie/
Telejob http://www.telejob.ethz.ch/
Summer jobs http://www.summerjobs.com/
Studyrama http://www.studyrama.com/
Stepstone CH http://www.stepstone.ch/
South Korea Jobs http://www.southkoreajobs.c
Showbiz Jobs http://www.showbizjobs.com/
Recrut http://www.recrut.com/
Recruitireland http://www.recruitireland.c
Qualisphere http://www.qualisphere.com
Personnel Net http://www.pnet.co.za/scrip
PacaJob http://www.pacajob.com/
OuestJob http://www.ouestjob.com/
NZjobs http://www.nzjobs.co.nz/
Nexus http://www.nexus.ch/
Monsterboard USA http://www.monster.com/
Monsterboard NL http://www.monsterboard.nl/
Monsterboard Australia http://www.monsterboard.com
Monsterboard - UK http://www.monster.co.uk/
Monster board http://company.monster.com/
Monster France http://www.monster.fr/
Lve http://www.lve-marketvente.
Lokace http://www.lokace.com/
Les Jeudis http://www.lesjeudis.com/
Lebanon http://www.lebanon.com/empl
Rucher de l'Emploi; Le http://www.lerucher.com/
Rucher de l'Emploi; Le http://www.lerucher.com/
guide des executive r; Le http://www.latpro.com/
guide des executive r; Le http://www.latpro.com/
Latin America's Professional http://www.latpro.com/count
toile du Québec; La http://www.toile.qc.ca/guid
toile du Québec; La http://www.toile.qc.ca/guid
Academic Careers http://www.academiccareers.com/
Africa on LIne http://www.africaonline.com/
EngineerJobSearch http://www.engineer500.com/javadb.nsf/MainHome
4ICJ http://www.4icj.com/
Earth works http://www.earthworks-jobs.com/
Nature jobs http://naturejobs.nature.com/js.php
New Scientist Jobs http://www.newscientistjobs.com/splash.action
Sciences Careers http://aaas.sciencecareers.org/js.php
Science in Africa http://www.scienceinafrica.co.za/Jobs/jobs.htm
Lat Pro http://www.latpro.com/
ANAEM http://www.anaem.social.fr/article.php3?id_article=23
Careers without borders http://www.careerswithoutborders.com/
Charity Job http://www.charityjob.co.uk/index.asp?bhcp=1
Dev Zone http://www.dev-zone.org/jobs/
Economist; The http://www.economist.com/classifieds/ad_list.cfm?ad_type_cd=R
Eldis http://www.eldis.org/news/jobs.htm
Foreign Policy http://www.fpa.org/jobs_contact2423/jobs_contact.htm
International Jobs http://www.internationaljobs.org/
One World http://www.oneworld.net/job/list/professional/
Diversity Inc http://diversityinc.careercast.com/js.php
Expat direct http://www.expatsdirect.com/ed/
JobSite http://www.jobsite.co.uk/
Irish Jobs http://www.irishjobs.ie/
Job Pilot http://www.jobpilot.com/
Total Jobs http://www.totaljobs.com/
Dice http://www.dice.com/
Universum http://www.universum.se
Categorynet.com http://www.categorynet.com

Sample of international companies recruiting worldwide

AIR France
ACCENTURE Espagne
ACCOR
AREVA
BARCLAYS
Accenture
Alcatel
Bloomberg
BNP Paribas
Bosch
Business Objects
Credit Suisse First Boston
Deloitte et Touche
GAP
Hewlett Packard
Hilti
Price Waterhouse
Michelin
Morgan Stanley
L'Oreal
Schindler
Toyota
Valeo
Dexia
Banque Mondiale
Societe Generale
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