Akademische Arbeit aus dem Jahr 2007 im Fachbereich BWL - Personal und Organisation, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: In dieser Arbeit werden die neueren Ansätze des Arbeitsmarketing fokussiert, die im Zeitalter von Web 2.0 genutzt werden können. Seitdem die qualifizierten Nachwuchskräfte knapp geworden sind, rücken immer mehr Maßnahmen in den Vordergrund, um dieser Entwicklung entgegenzuwirken. Im Kampf um die besten Nachwuchskräfte setzen die Unternehmen auf immer ausgefallenere Mittel, wie z.B. Blogs, Chats, Onlinespiele oder Podcasts. Da sich die Jugendlichen vom Internet begeistern lassen, liegt es nahe, die Möglichkeiten dieses Mediums auch für das Ausbildungsmarketing zu nutzen. Da sich die junge Onlinegeneration im Internet ein zweites Zuhause eingerichtet hat, heißt es für Unternehmen neue Wege zu gehen und die Bewerber dort anzusprechen. Nicht ganz unschuldig an dieser Entwicklung ist die Einführung des breitbandigen Internetzugangs, kurz DSL. In der relevanten Zielgruppe der 14- bis 19-Jährigen nutzen bereits heute 53% DSL. Durch das Breitband-Internet ist es zu einem deutlichen Anstieg multimedialer Angebote gekommen. 41% der DSL-User nutzen bereits Audiodateien und 29% rufen regelmäßig Videodateien auf. Drei Viertel der 14- bis 19-Jährigen nehmen an Chats und Foren teil, wo sie miteinander kommunizieren können und sich über verschiedenste Dinge austauschen. Aus diesem Grund sollten die Unternehmen die neuen Möglichkeiten, die sich ihnen bieten, nutzen. Denn nicht das, was den Unternehmen gefällt, ist entscheidend, sondern hier gibt die Jugend den Takt an. Schließlich sind es die Jugendlichen, die erreicht werden müssen.
When I began writing this book, it was my intent to focus on the military men and women of our country. They are definitely heroes to all of us. In gathering stories, I found there are many ordinary people that are also heroes. This inspired me to expand my vision to include short stories from people of all ages and walks of life who have made a difference. This is the first book, and it starts a series of ´´Chit Chat Café´´ worldwide short stories. After listening to this book, if you can turn to someone and say, ´´You should listen to this book´´, my objective will be met. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Gerry Bradley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/053226de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Here is a revealing and touching memoir by the queen of daytime television.Writing with the warmth and humour that have made her so popular, Coleen describes her eventful life, from joining her sisters´ band, The Nolans, when she was only nine to growing up in the spotlight as they went on to chart-topping success around the world.Coleen also reveals how she coped with her tumultuous marriage to television star Shane Richie and how, after they split, she was left a single parent struggling to get through each day. She landed the job of presenter on This Morning and was just finding her feet when she was sacked, plunging her into depression as she lost all confidence.A way out finally came in the form of the chat show Loose Women, where Coleen reclaimed her place in the nation´s hearts. Today, she is happily married and an inspiration to women everywhere who believed their ´best days´ were behind them.Entertaining, funny and shockingly honest, this book is sure to appeal to her many fans, old and new. Language: English. Narrator: Coleen Nolan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/macm/000496de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When Fred Archer was a boy, men’s voices were deep and mellow as they rang out following the plough, or in church on Sundays; a farmer could make a living with a herd of 20 cows; and each village had its own blacksmith and wheelwright. The Cuckoo Pen recreates those days of the 1920s and ‘30s when life was so different from today. Here was a time when workers enjoyed a mutual rapport, their long days of hard work punctuated only by the turning rhythm of the seasons and the pleasure of a chat when they broke for their bait of bread and cheese. Hoeing and singling mangolds, threshing and rick-building in hot summers, or picking the famous plums of Pershore, the men felt their love of the land, and treated the all-important horses that were more friends than servants with enduring respect.Fred Archer describes with his customary sure touch and vivid language the character and tenor of rural England during the period between the wars - The Cuckoo Pen will appeal to all those with an enduring interest in country life. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Vincent Brimble. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/isis/002151de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Journalist, presenter, broadcaster, husband, father, vigorous all-rounder – Alan Partridge – a man with a fascinating past and an amazing future. Gregarious and popular, yet Alan’s never happier than when relaxing in his own five-bedroom, south-built house with three acres of land and access to a private stream. But who is this mysterious enigma? Alan Gordon Partridge is the best – and best-loved – radio presenter in the region. Born into a changing world of rationing, Teddy Boys, apes in space and the launch of ITV, Alan’s broadcasting career began as chief DJ of Radio Smile at St. Luke’s Hospital in Norwich. After replacing Peter Flint as the presenter of Scout About, he entered the top 8 of BBC sports presenters.But Alan’s big break came with his primetime BBC chat show Knowing Me, Knowing You. Sadly, the show battled against poor scheduling, having been put up against News at Ten, then in its heyday. Due to declining ratings, a single catastrophic hitch (the killing of a guest on air) and the dumbing down of network TV, Alan’s show was cancelled. Not to be dissuaded, he embraced this opportunity to wind up his production company, leave London and fulfil a lifelong ambition to return to his roots in local radio. Now single, Alan is an intensely private man but he opens up, for the second time, in this candid, entertaining, often deeply emotional – and of course compelling – memoir, written entirely in his own words. (Alan quickly dispelled the idea of using a ghost writer. With a grade B English Language O-Level, he knew he was up to the task.) He speaks touchingly about his tragic Toblerone addiction, and the painful moment when unsold copies of his first autobiography, Bouncing Back, were pulped like ‘word porridge’. He reveals all about his relationship with his ex-Ukrainian girlfriend, Sonja, with whom he had sex at least twice a day, and the truth about the thick people who make key decisions at the... ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Alan Partridge. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/000927de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.