Thanks to Anne for this (unattributed) quote in the New York Times’ Q & A With Stuart Elliott column on how recent grads can get a foot in the ad business.
On the $100k+ job search engine The Ladders, a site recognized by Forbes as “Best of Web,” Sharon L. Florentine quotes Lynn in her article Recruiters Aren’t a Finishing School, a micro-lesson for job seekers hoping to build valuable relationships with recruiters.
As an active member of the Business Marketers Association in Chicago, Lynn Hazan was sought out to talk about her experience in their “What’s Your Story” Youtube series. Click here to watch!
In The National Federation of Press Women’s Fall 2010 Agenda, writer Glennis McNeal gives a recap of Lynn’s NFPW presentation titled, Journalism as a Stepping Stone for Careers. Click to read the full article, Valuable Journalism Skills Can Help Change Careers.
Cynthia Price, president of the National Federation of Press Women responds to Lynn’s ‘Hemingway Challenge’ in her blog post, Your Resume in Six Words.
In the November 15th issue of the AMA’s Marketing News, Sima Dahl of Parlay Communications quotes Lynn as saying, “You want to help the company grow and be successful,” in regards to the most important thing you want a hiring manager to know. Access to the full article is limited to AMA members.
Why are ducks so important to the recruiting business? Find out Lynn’s perspective on her YouTube video here.
Lynn is “A Chicago Institution” in recruiting, according to Brendan Tripp’s blog The Job Stalker. Lynn discusses how she got into the business and her top piece of advice for job seekers in her interview with him.
Rickey Gold shares her coverage of the March roundtable Recruiting Marketing Talent in Today’s Tough Environment. She quotes Lynn’s suggestions for job-hunting marketers in her Biznik article, Where Are All the Marketing Jobs?
Barbara Rozgonyi of CoryWest Media and WiredPRworks discusses the advantages to small businesses of making donations to silent auctions. See her blog post quoting Lynn here.
Marc Cenedella explains why recruiters rarely have opportunities to highlight candidates’ transferrable skills in his article Why Recruiters Resist Industry Switchers. See Lynn’s description of the “fussy client syndrome” in action.