Whether you share, post, tag, tweet, like, pin, or bust some other social move, it's important to promote and protect your talent brand. LinkedIn's Dina Medeiros & Tenfold Social Training founder Stacy Zapar discuss the wealth of free and paid LinkedIn tools you can use to showcase your company as a great place to work. Read more on the Talent Blog: http://linkd.in/18yp4Cg Tweet with @HireOnLinkedIn: http://bit.ly/1e4VFBO Learn more about LinkedIn Talent Solutions: http://linkd.in/1bgERGj Find all presentations from Talent Connect on SlideShare: http://slidesha.re/H06byv Register for Talent Connect San Francisco 2014: http://bit.ly/15MB7vv
This video shows how you can improve the efficiency of your single host indoor portable AC. The idea is to convert the AC into dual hose with household items. The AC uses less electricity and save some money in my wallet. In this video I am going to explain how to increase the efficiency of a single hose indoor portable AC. Some consumers may try saving a few bucks buying a single hose indoor portable AC instead of a dual hose one. This savings comes with some problem and that is a lower efficiency in cooling your home. This translates to using more electricity and end up costing a consumer more down the road. So, first let me explain why a single hose AC has a low efficiency. in this diagram, there is a house and there is a more traditional window mount AC unit mounted on a window. There are two parts inside the AC unit, the cooling part and a heating part. The cooling part cools the indoor air. The heating part heats up the outdoor air. In general, indoor air remains indoor, and outdoor air remains outdoor all the time during operation. That's how the indoor air gets cooler and cooler as the AC unit runs. Now if this house uses a single hose indoor portable AC. The entire AC unit sits indoor as shown in this picture. Both the heating and cooling portions of this AC unit work the same way as a window unit. The cooling section takes warmer indoor air and turns it into cooler air. The heating section pushes hot air outdoor. But there is a problem, because there is only a single hose to push air outside. The heater cannot take outdoor air to produce hot air. The only air available to use is the indoor air. This is a big problem. Problem number 1: the indoor air that is consumed by the heating section is already cooled air. Electricity was spent to cool this air. It is a total waste to push it away from the house. Also letting cool air out means the indoor temperature would not go down as quick as it should be. And this is actually not enough, there is problem number 2. As the indoor cold air is pushed to the outdoor, some air would leak back into the house. This happens or otherwise the house would run out of air and become vacuum, which is not possible. With all the air leak from the outdoor to the indoor while the AC is running, it is like running a AC unit with windows opened! i am sure everyone has an experience what happens if you don't close the window with the AC on. It takes forever to cool a room! To me the idea of a single hose indoor AC is just a waste of electricity. Unless you sit in front of the AC unit itself, there is practically no cooling at all from my experience. Now we know the problems with single hose indoor portable ac. What is the solution? Well, the simplest solution is simply do not buy it! Buy a dual hose model instead. Let me show you quickly in another diagram why a dual hose model is much better. The difference between this diagram and the previous one is the extra hose that brings outdoor air into the heating section of the AC. With this extra hose, there is no need to push indoor air to the outdoor to produce heated air. outdoor air comes in to the heater and it turns around back to the outside along the two hoses. So there is no loss of cooled indoor air, and there is no air leaking into the room from the outside. If you are like me who already has a single hose indoor portable ac. you may convert it into a dual hose. I think it all depends on the model of the unit, mine was easily converted from single into a dual hose. Here is what I used: 1. plastic hoses: the same hoses we use in dryers 2. a paper box 3. duct tape 4. A piece of wood for mounting the new hose on a window frame 5. pieces of insulation 6. plastic bags First i took the piece of wood and cut two holes in it. I did the same to the cardboard. I planned to use two hoses instead of one because i wanted to make sure the new intake hoses allow more air than the AC unit can push through the exhaust hose. IN other words, the cross section areas of the exhaust must be smaller than the combined cross section area of the intake hoses. That's why I used two intake hoses. Next I fit the intake hoses through the board. I connect the other end of the intake hose to the cardboard box. Because cardboard is air permeable, I wrap a layer of plastic on top of box. I was lucky the back of my AC unit was flat. I simply cover the AC intake opening with my cardboard box and my job was done. I made the box more stable with some elastic bands. The reason I suggest using a paper box is because a paper box can be trimmed to any shape that fits onto your AC unit. In order to further improve overall efficiency. I wrap the exhaust hose with some insulation material. This is because the exhaust hose is hot during operation. I want to avoid as much heat as possible in the house. This is all I have done to increase my AC unit efficiency. Thank you for watching. -yamato9O5-
Inserting a needle in a home sewing machine is easy, but what about needles that are industrial style and don't have a flat side on the shaft? It is more difficult to figure out how to insert them appropriately. We will show you the correct way to face the needle in your industrial or heavy duty sewing machine. We will also explain how to thread the needle. Visit http://www.sailrite.com to purchase sewing machines and supplies.
Take a look at the step by step installation process for the newair ac-12200E 12,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner. This AC comes with everything you need for a fast and easy setup, screw driver & window kit included. The part that took the longest and was a little tricky was installing the exhaust, manual instructions not too clear on this step but after a few minutes I was able to set it up with some help. Let me know if you guys have any questions, review will be on the new blog soon. Trust me guys you will love this portable air conditioner, as you can see from the video it's not loud, exhaust and remote can be stored inside the AC when it's not being used.
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FULL WEBINAR HERE: http://recruitingwebinars.com/11-power-boolean-searches/ Another awesome sourcing webinar in the hatch. Cut through the fluff and get the top 11 Power Boolean Searches we have to uncover hidden resumes, profiles and contacts of people you did not know exist. This is a fast paced 45 minute learning session with real searches, and real examples with a side of “no sales”. We will take your questions and challenges live on the air to show you how these searches work. We share top searches including: Country Coding and Top Level Domain searches Experience searches, including patterns and brag searches Interest search based on topic Email searches (not the same old *.* stuff) Activity searches Pattern searching and Headlines And of course 7 of the most kick ass tools you can use as a sourcer
Shane McCusker of Intelligence Recruitment Software talks about Internet Sourcing techniques to find candidates. Shane demonstrates a range or clever Google operators to find CV and Resumes of Candidates. These techniques are be used on Social Media sites and across the internet to find talent. The Recruitment Industry has been transformed by working in this way to identify talent. Recruitment sourcers can access so much candidate information that the problem becomes one of filtering out the unwanted results to find find just the candidates for the job.
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Martin Hardy, CEO of SP-Index - a social media profiling screening service for employers, and Dave Rant, a software developer at eras Ltd who are a provider of psychometric and people development solutions based in East Anglia, joined The Recruiter's Hangout to discuss the value off behavioural profiling for recruiters. http://www.eras.co.uk/ http://www.sp-index.com/ The Recruiter's Hangout is broadcast live via Google+ Hangouts on Air every other Wednesday at 1pm GMTand is hosted by Alan Whitford - Recruitment Strategist from Abtech Partnership - and supported by Louis Welcomme from Colleague Software, Louise Triance from UK Recruiter and Mark Stephens from the Technology in Recruitment Alliance and founder of the F10 Group. Find out more about upcoming features here: http://www.colleague.eu/media/rechangout Sign up here - http://www.colleague.eu/media/rechangout Supported by: Google+ Host: Louis Welcomme, Marketing Exec at Colleague Software. For almost twenty years we've been driven by customer partnerships built on experience, knowledge and trust. Today Colleague is used by hundreds of specialist recruitment businesses who value software that is adaptable, efficient, relevant and easy to use. - http://www.colleague.eu/ Show Host: Alan Whitford, Abtech Partnership. Alan is a strategy consultant for Recruitment Challenges, Talent Acquisition, Candidate Experience, Employment Brand, Recruitment and Social Media. - http://www.abtechpartnership.com/ Supporting Host: Mark Stephens. An established and highly regarded Recruitment Strategist, specialising in improving recruitment efficiencies through technology and process. He is the founder of The F10 Group, Smart Recruit Online and The Recruitment Alliance. - http://www.asktheexperts.org.uk/ Twitter Host (and writer of the Notes from the #Rechangout): Louise Triance of UK Recruiter. UK Recruiter is the go-to source for information and news on the UK recruitment industry and is the largest online community of recruiters in the UK and organiser of unique Directors Only events. - http://ukrecruiter.co.uk/
Shane McCusker runs Intelligence Recruitment Software. This is the first is a series of short videos for recruiters wanting to learn the secrets of sourcing candidates on the internet and Social Recruitment. In this video Shane talks about Boolean searching though Google. While many recruiters resort to searching LinkedIn or Job Boards, these sources are only a tiny fraction of the information that is available to recruiters. Shane concludes with a simple example of using images to refine a search and finds the photographs of potential candidates.