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Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by Guest » Mon Dec 21, 2009 2:40 pm

observer wrote:
Guest wrote:No Lawsuit. After all- they're said they're sorry and promised it won't happen again!


It didn't happen again. It happened again, and again, and again, and . . .


But...they said they wouldn't!!!

Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by Guest of all » Sun Dec 20, 2009 4:25 pm

It also says something painfully obvious about Gannett.

While all companies - and media companies - have their critics; the critics of Gannett are VERY numerous, include many, many, many ex-employees who are also journalists.

That says something VERY alarming about the management of Gannett. This has been the case more than a decade.

Look at that idiot Dew-bow, and the former idiots Currie and Clark and et al.

And look at the quality of publishers at the divisions. Little depots and fear=mongers, tyrants and idiots. And the EEs and MEs???? Well... let's not even go there. Just look at the idiots in charge in Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio. Need I say more???

Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by observer » Sat Dec 19, 2009 4:16 pm

Guest wrote:No Lawsuit. After all- they're said they're sorry and promised it won't happen again!


It didn't happen again. It happened again, and again, and again, and . . .

Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by Guest » Sat Dec 19, 2009 4:09 pm

No Lawsuit. After all- they're said they're sorry and promised it won't happen again!

Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by observer » Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:51 pm

Shocked wrote:
Guest of allsurprised wrote:Yet ANOTHER stupid boondoggle by Gannett management!

How pitifully incompetent can a company be?

What a treat it is to watch it dissolve into nothing!


I'm just as tickled as you!!!!! Bet we're not alone!!


Do I hear "lawsuit" down the line?

Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by Shocked » Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:44 pm

Guest of allsurprised wrote:Yet ANOTHER stupid boondoggle by Gannett management!

How pitifully incompetent can a company be?

What a treat it is to watch it dissolve into nothing!


I'm just as tickled as you!!!!! Bet we're not alone!!

Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by Guest of allsurprised » Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:49 pm

Yet ANOTHER stupid boondoggle by Gannett management!

How pitifully incompetent can a company be?

What a treat it is to watch it dissolve into nothing!

Re: Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by Gannettoid » Fri Dec 18, 2009 10:20 am

Despite being profitable, virtual career fairs hosted by Gannett properties are in violation of an exclusivity contract the company signed 12 years ago with CareerBuilder.com, according to an internal memo sent Thursday.

The career fairs were hosted by App Vault, a vendor that sells virtual career fairs and other employment products, and generated as much as $40,000 with a fee of $1,695-2,500 to produce.

Thursday's memo from Dan Donaghy, Gannett's senior vice president of sales, said CareerBuilder, "is of the opinion, and we agree, that the virtual career fair products from AppVault, LLC and Reel Centric are in violation of the exclusivity provisions in our longstanding affiliation agreements."

READ MORE AT www.Gannettoid.com/cb1218.html

Re: Gannett turning to virtual career fairs

Post by newsie » Fri Sep 04, 2009 6:46 am

Gannettoid wrote:This story has been updated to include a memo announcing a web seminar on running the virtual career fairs: http://www.Gannettoid.com/appvault.html

The following newspapers were sent the memo: Alexandria Town Talk, Asbury Park Press, Florida Today, Burlington Free Press, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Fort Collins Coloradoan, The Fort Myers News-Press, The (Lafayette, La.) Daily Advertiser, Louisville Courier-Journal, The Nashville Tennessean, Pensacola News Journal, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Westchester (N.Y.) Journal News, Wilmington (Del.) News Journal, Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal, Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune, Pacific Daily News in Guam, Shreveport (La.) Times, The (Jackson, Miss.) Clarion-Ledger, The Jackson (Tenn.) Sun, The (Lafayette, Ind.) Journal and Courier, Lansing (Mich.) State Journal, Monroe (La.) News-Star, Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser, The (Muncie Ind.) Star Press, The (Salem, Ore.) Statesman Journal, The Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader, Saint Cloud (Minn.) Times, The (St. George, Utah) Spectrum, The Tallahassee Democrat, The (Appleton, Wis.) Post-Crescent, Green Bay Press-Gazette, The (Manitowoc, Wis.) Herald Times Reporter, The Oshkosh (Wis.) Northwestern, The Sheboygan (Wis.) Press, The Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal, Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald, Marshfield (Wis.) News-Herald.

PoJo News . . . very interesting!

Re: Gannett turning to virtual career fairs

Post by Gannettoid » Fri Sep 04, 2009 6:32 am

This story has been updated to include a memo announcing a web seminar on running the virtual career fairs: www.Gannettoid.com/appvault.html

The following newspapers were sent the memo: Alexandria Town Talk, Asbury Park Press, Florida Today, Burlington Free Press, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Fort Collins Coloradoan, The Fort Myers News-Press, The (Lafayette, La.) Daily Advertiser, Louisville Courier-Journal, The Nashville Tennessean, Pensacola News Journal, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Westchester (N.Y.) Journal News, Wilmington (Del.) News Journal, Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal, Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune, Pacific Daily News in Guam, Shreveport (La.) Times, The (Jackson, Miss.) Clarion-Ledger, The Jackson (Tenn.) Sun, The (Lafayette, Ind.) Journal and Courier, Lansing (Mich.) State Journal, Monroe (La.) News-Star, Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser, The (Muncie Ind.) Star Press, The (Salem, Ore.) Statesman Journal, The Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader, Saint Cloud (Minn.) Times, The (St. George, Utah) Spectrum, The Tallahassee Democrat, The (Appleton, Wis.) Post-Crescent, Green Bay Press-Gazette, The (Manitowoc, Wis.) Herald Times Reporter, The Oshkosh (Wis.) Northwestern, The Sheboygan (Wis.) Press, The Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal, Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald, Marshfield (Wis.) News-Herald.

Gannett faces problem with virtual career fairs

Post by Gannettoid » Tue Aug 25, 2009 10:00 am

Gannett is hoping online career fairs appeal to job seekers in their markets.

According to a memo sent Monday from Leslie Giallombardo, Gannett's vice president of advertising, The Cincinnati Enquirer and The (Nashville) Tennessean have had great financial return by hosting a virtual career fair with the vendor App Vault.

According to the memo, obtained by Gannettoid.com, Cincinnati generates from $30-$40,000 per event and Nashville generated $23,000. Both paid App Vault $2,500 per event to create and manage the online events.

READ THE MEMO: http://www.Gannettoid.com/appvault.html

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