1. Top Recruiter: Miami Reality Series Season 2 | Episode 1. Meet the Cast


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    Top Recruiter returns for its second season! After its first hit, the Producers decided to go BIGGER and BETTER this year going global in casting and filming in Miami’s best places to visit. Making this season a sure fire hit! In its first episode, meet the cast chosen from all four corners of the planet and stay tuned for the final, secret surprise recruiter that will be revealed only at the end of this episode. The time has finally come and after much anticipation, we give you Episode one on Top Recruiter, The Competition, Season 2. Watch More Here: www.toprecruiter.tv

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    • Onetest Cognitive Ability Test (OCAT)


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      Onetest’s Cognitive Ability Test requires applicants to process either verbal, numeric or abstract information to answer the question correctly. This psychometric assessment is a powerful predictor of future work performance. Hiring people with high cognitive ability leads to a significant increase in efficiency and a decrease in involuntary employee turnover.

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      • SpeakUp Video


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        Request a beta invitation at getspeakup.com Today’s business leaders are still doing things the old way - making important decisions based on input from a few trusted advisors. We have failed to systematically capture and curate the input from those that know our company best - our employees. SpeakUp engages teams and empowers them to highlight new ideas, problems, and solutions directly to leadership. SpeakUp removes barriers and connects leaders to their organization’s best ideas - automatically. SpeakUp is about making better decisions, faster.

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        • Intro Theme | Top Recruiter, The Competition Miami Reality Show (Season 1)


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          A stunning 1 in 2 college graduates are either jobless or undeniably underemployed. Our job market is in shambles and everyone, from the “blue collar workers” to the highly educated professionals across this country has felt it’s shocks. No one feels safe, and unfortunately, there is no way to comfort anyone. Not having a job affects families in every way possible. It is an emotional loss and it’s ripples span out to what seems to be an abyss of depression. Top Recruiter, The Competition, was created to give the American people a beacon of light. Insight on what they can do to pull themselves out of this awful downward spiral. We have selected 5 of America’s Top Recruiters to educate us through various entertaining challenges. This group of people are here to shed light on what is within our power to not only get the job you want, but also move up the ladder within your professional care

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            THIS IS HOW I FUCK MY ENVIRONMENT* performance by Dawn Kasper The intent of this performance was to attempt to poetically illustrate sexual perversions in relationship to and inspired by "queering" an architectural space. (Referencing consciousness and human connections.) Formula as follows; to begin, try presenting visual theories (or cues) of connecting to a space sexually by activating said space and or generating potential sexual desires and energies through using sound and imagery. Do not utilize obvious sexual references. Allow time for desire to develop. End result, creating a unified safe queer space. a collaboration with Street Buddy (a band including artist Joel Kyack http://joelkyack.blogspot.com/) The performance was inspired by the exhibition QUEERING SEX organized and curated by Kathryn Garcia and Sarvia Jasso. (information from the exibition below) Queering Sex considers how artists across generations are using sex as a way to understand and explore what lies at the core of one’s identity. Among the works included are a select group of videos created during the sexual revolution of the 1970s and the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s- both extremely significant decades that propelled the advent of identity and queer politics. We are intent on bringing together a disparate group of artists to open up the critical and institutional discourses surrounding these ideas. Instead of proposing one strict agenda, the exhibition’s inter-generational and cross-cultural approach allows there to be room for numerous points of view. Inherent to the very nature of the content, oftentimes the works in this exhibition directly or indirectly challenge normative binaries, patriarchal institutions and other systems of control that consciously or unconsciously affect us. The title of the exhibition is meant to expand upon queer notions of sex and challenge the idea of queer vs normal. For years, the word could not have been used without derogatory connotations. Even before it was reclaimed by the gay community as a sign of defiance, it was also used to define anything that was considered deviant, outsider and/or abnormal. According to Judith Butler, queer is “a site of collective contestation, the point of departure for a set of historical reflections and futural imaginings”. In Queering Sex, with its inter-generational approach, we are positing that queer exists on multiple planes of non-linearity and is beyond hetero and homo-normative distinctions. Queer is an idea that is constantly evolving, changing, and adapting to its current climate. As a whole, Queering Sex proposes the question, what does it mean to be “queer” nowadays? OPENING FRIDAY JUNE 24TH QUEERING SEX curated by Kathryn Garcia and Sarvia Jasso Theo Adams, Skip Arnold, CHOKRA, Coco Dolle, Zackary Drucker, Juan Pablo Echeverri, Fine Art Union, Gordon Flores, Kathryn Garcia, Paul Gellman, Katy Grannan, Wynne Greenwood, David Jones, Dawn Kasper, Brian Kenny, Rosalie Knox, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Benjamin Alexander Huseby and Lars Laumann, Bruce La Bruce, Danielle Levitt, Lovett/Codagnone, Manon, Nadja Verena Marcin, Lucas Michael, Slava Mogutin, Tameka Norris, ORLAN, Maria Petschnig, Breyer P-Orridge, Hunter Reynolds, Natalie Rodgers, Michael Rudnick, Ira Sachs, Rafael Sanchez, Carolee Schneemann, Scottee, Michael Sharkey, Jack Smith, Matthew Stone, Street Buddy, Toshinori Tanaka, Tobaron Waxman, Marnie Weber, Samuel White, Martha Wilson, Rona Yefman OPENING NIGHT, FRIDAY JUNE 24 6pm - Screening 9pm - Fine Art Union SATURDAY, JUNE 25 6pm - Screening: 9 Days of Cry Out by Toshinori Tanaka 7pm - Matt Greene 8pm - Tall Paul SUNDAY, JUNE 26 4pm & 6pm Normal Love by Jack Smith 8pm - Screening: Bruce La Bruce, Gordon Flores, Kathryn Garcia, Benjamin Alexander Huseby and Lars Laumann 9pm – Sphinx JUNE 27 – JULY 1: Please check the website for hours and screening schedule CLOSING NIGHT, JULY 2 7pm - Dawn Kasper and Street Buddy More information: www.humanresourcesla.com/queeringsex *(note: this is a first draft reference video, referencing documentation from the live performance event only, not final edit of video) Special Thanks to Mariah Garnett and Eric Kim for the footage.

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            • Herman Miller - This is You


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              A piece that tells people about a great place to work, and reminds Herman Miller employees they've already found one. Animation: Karin Fong with Imaginary Forces Music/Mix: Comma/Particle in Chicago

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              • Employer Branding 2010-2020


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                Employer Branding - develop your employer branding strategy, considering the demographic changes in this decade. More information: http://www.top-employers.com

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                • The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace


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                  At work, people express and receive appreciation in different ways. If you try to express appreciation in ways that aren't meaningful to your coworkers, then they may not feel valued at all. The problem is that you're speaking different languages. In The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, Dr. Chapman and Dr. White will help you: --> Communicate meaningful appreciation to coworkers and staff-even on a limited budget --> Decrease discouragement and the risk of burnout for team members --> Reduce cynicism and create a more positive work environment --> Increase loyalty and longevity for both employees and volunteers within your organization --> Identify ways to grow your appreciation for difficult colleagues Based on the #1 N.Y. Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages,® Dr. Chapman and Dr. White will give you practical steps to make any workplace environment more encouraging and productive. Before you know it, you will learn to speak and understand the unique languages of appreciation and feel truly valued in return.

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