Monthly Archives: October 2009

DBAI creates Social Media 2.0 Presence

In addition to our presence here on Blogger you can now find information about our services on LinkedIn, Plaxo, Facebook and Twitter. You are invited to visit one or all of the sites for the latest news from our marketplace.Thank you for your cont… Continue reading

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Do You Really Know Your Hiring Practice?

Over the past year I have had the opportunity to look at a wide range of employment applications and a fairly common characteristic is that employers have not truly looked at the information that they have generated with their Applicant Tracking S… Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

From Twitter was this notice:Premier Inc., a health care purchasing and data company, announced Wednesday it’s moving its headquarters from California to Charlotte while increasing its work in North Carolina’s largest city by 300 jobs. A state eco… Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

Lennox Hearth Products has announced plans to relocate the headquarters and Research and Development operations of its Orange, Calif.-based hearth products company to Nashville and to consolidate both customer and technical service departments to … Continue reading

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Can We Run Our Relocation Program Faster, Cheaper and Better?

Daniel Bloom authored an article appearing in the October issue of Mobility Magazine regarding how to remove the wastes from the processes. Read the full text of the article at http://bit.ly/aqgXqIt applies the basics of the six-sigma methodology … Continue reading

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20th Annual CRP Review Seminar Dates Announced

2010 Edition of Our CRP Review Seminar is set for May 16-18 in Orlando. The registration for the class is now open and further information can be obtained by emailing dan@dbaiconsulting.com. Continue reading

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What Do We Do?

In the course of my reading and travels, I am constantly hearing professionals with a number of questions about what they do with this thing we call Social Media. First let’s be clear, it is here to stay, it is not a fad. But that still leaves the… Continue reading

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