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“Talent battle in India coming to U.S. court” Jordan Rayboy Featured in ComputerWorld

"Jordan Rayboy, who heads Rayboy Insider Search, a recruiting firm serving the data storage industry, said that poaching is something a good recruiter is always trying to do. The person they truly want is almost always a top performer doing the job successfully for one of their competitors," Rayboy said.  Rayboy said if there is one trend that he has seen recently, it's that more and more companies are offering increasingly generous bounties in return for employee referrals; those bounties are now in the range of $2,000 to $5,000, he said." Read the full story at https://www.computerworld.com/s/article/print/9215054/Talent_battle_in_India_coming_to_U.S._court_?taxonomyName=Staff+Management&taxonomyId=57  

“Take a Walk” Jordan Rayboy Featured in The Ladders.com

"There’s more than one way to skin a cat, and more than one way to convince a candidate to take that final step and commit to a position. How do you win that argument and close the deal? Like most recruiters, Jordan Rayboy, president and CEO of Rayboy Insider Search, a data storage recruiting firm, has been there — found the perfect candidate who hems and haws after the hiring manager has made an offer." Read the full story at https://recruit.theladders.com/recruiter-resource-center/take-a-walk?link_id=  

Jordan Rayboy quoted in The Ladders.com

Jordan Rayboy quoted in The Ladders.com - "Should You Tell One Company You're Accepting Another Offer?" "Once you’ve received a job offer you plan to accept, one of your duties is to let your other prospects know, if you haven’t already. How much should you tell them? Read on for advice on how to handle this delicate communication. "Unsurprisingly, informing companies you’re taking an offer can result in a bidding war. As a rule, Lamb advises clients not to participate in the game, since “It often leaves both organizations feeling a bit manipulated,” she said.  Not all career professionals agree. [...]

Jordan Rayboy quoted in: The wow factor: Impressive job candidate qualities

Jordan Rayboy quoted in: The wow factor: Impressive job candidate qualities at MSN Careerbuilder Article The employment market is saturated with various resources for job seekers. While some of them offer consistent advice (always send a cover letter, tailor your résumé and wait for the employer to bring up salary), the truth is that conflicting information exists. Especially when it comes to what employers are looking for in a new hire. A recent survey from Express Employment Professionals, one of the nation's largest staffing firms, showed that the top three aspects that employers are looking for in a new hire [...]

Jordan Rayboy quoted in Civilian Jobs.com

"Here’s a rundown of industries that have high-in-demand jobs and that also require niche skills commonly found in the military, vis-à-vis Shatkin, Jordan Rayboy (President and CEO of Rayboy Insider Search, a recruiting firm specializing in the data storage industry) and John McSpadden (CEO of MAC & Associates LLC, an executive search firm): Federal consulting firms. This industry has the biggest push for new blood, say McSpadden and Rayboy. “The reason is that the federal sector is so hard to understand from a regular civilian viewpoint, that they look for the pedigree from the military,” McSpadden says. “For every service [...]

Outrageous Interview Blunders 2011

Outrageous Interview Blunders 2011 - Jordan Rayboy Quoted in AOL Jobs.com The biggest mistake I had a candidate make in an interview was to share with the hiring manager that he had a side photography business he did in his personal time, after hours and on the weekend. This candidate went from being "the guy for the job" to cut loose within five minutes. Everyone understands that what you do in your personal time should be your own business. However, the VP wanted to hire someone that would be fully dedicated to putting in whatever hours it took to be [...]

Report: many areas of IT will be in high demand

Specialized skill sets - such as IT - have continued to help people find jobs in a difficult economy. IBM sees business analytics as the next hot IT career. According to Tim Powers, businesses and governments are trying to figure out the challenge of making sense of data and turning that into greater performance and better decision-making. Companies need people to implement the technology into everyday business. But on the other hand, data storage may be the biggest winner, according to Jordan Rayboy, CEO of Rayboy Insider Search. "Storage has always been a great place to be, because no matter [...]

Every organization needs to store and manage their critical data.

"Storage has always been a great place to be, because no matter how bad the economy gets, storage is always a sizable chunk of any IT budget. Every organization needs to store and manage their critical data. Storage administrators, architects and consultants will always be in high demand," Rayboy said. Read the full story at https://www.data-storage-today.com/story.xhtml?story_id=76600&full_skip=1  

Cloud Computing Story with Jordan Rayboy

Analytics, Storage and Cloud Skills Will Be in Demand As economic recovery boosts IT hiring, specialized skill sets will see the most action. These include business analytics, storage and cloud computing. IBM's Tim Powers said data needs to be analyzed to be useful, and Jordan Rayboy said data storage is always a good place to be. And CIOs who can deliver continue to be in demand. Read the full story at https://multiplatform.org/2011/01/17/analytics-storage-and-cloud-skills-will-be-in-demand/  

2011 IT Jobs Demand Specialized Skills

With storage, data, virtualization and analytics top priorities for companies in 2011, IT jobs are back in demand. A report from newsfactor.com says there is plenty of action across the board for technologists with specialized skill sets. Jordan Rayboy, president and CEO of Rayboy Insider Search, told Newsfactor that he is seeing lots of activity on another area of IT: senior level sales, marketing, engineering, consulting and management talent. “Storage has always been a great place to be, because no matter how bad the economy gets, storage is always a sizable chunk of any IT budget. Every organization needs to [...]

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