Tony Morrison is the Vice President of Business Development at Cachinko, a unique professional community where social networking and job opportunities come together. His roles include sales, marketing, and business development. He is passionate about building talent communities and brings this passion to Cachinko where he focuses on helping job seekers to find their ideal job and employers to find, attract, and engage their next rock star candidates. Find him on Twitter and Talent Connection. And, connect with Cachinko on Facebook or Twitter.


Services & Offerings:

Founded in 2005, the Cachinko has developed amazing recruiting tools and career networking solutions. Cachinko has given job seekers a fast and simple job seeker app – completely focused on giving job seekers the tools they need to find their ideal job. As a Facebook application, Cachinko makes looking for your next job faster and more efficient by using your very best resource: your friends! On our app, you can mix and mingle with others to get you further in your job search, get trusted referrals, and join targeted talent communities. You can “star” jobs and we’ll automatically serve up more jobs we think you’ll like. Start up a conversation with anyone, you never know who will be your next boss. The job search is hard. Cachinko makes it easy. With over 3 million jobs to search… get cracking.

Why I Serve Careerists & Job Seekers:

If you’re going to spend a third of your day at work — shouldn’t it be something you love? I serve careerists and job seekers because I believe that everyone deserves a job they love. I write because I believe that the hiring process can be more organic and rewarding for both the candidate and employer. We just have to take a step back, think about what we want, how we engage, why we do the things we do, and make it happen. I want to help job seekers develop a career they’ll love and employers to hire high quality talent.


MBA Job Seeker Alert: The New Hiring Protocol to Avoid

Every responsible employer will do their due diligence on their job candidates. When you’ve gotten far enough in the hiring process, usually background screenings, reference checks, and other processes are done to ensure candidates are a good “fit” for the company. But before you got the job offer, would you be willing to hand over […]

Want a Job? 4 Things to Add to Your Morning Routine

Wake up – check
Get dressed – check
Eat breakfast – check
​Land a job – check
If only it were that easy, right? In your daily morning routine, you can also be moving forward in your job search. Most treat the job search like a 9 to 5 job. But time is precious, and you should look for ways to […]

The 5 Things I Wish My Professors Told Me About the Job Search

Ah, college and grad school… where knowledge flows… like cold beer from a classic 2-barrel, stainless steel Kegerator tap. But, I digress, and so early into the post this time.
Any student can tell you that there is plenty to be learned on a college campus or in grad school. From the abstract to the practical, you’re going to gain an immeasurable […]

The 3 Best Tips to Use Your Degree to Land a Job Faster

You have probably been told at some point, maybe in high school, that you need to go to college to get a better job. Maybe you have been told that you should go back to graduate school to get that promotion. Take a class to learn that new skill. Blah, blah, blah!
​That’s why 20.4 million Americans are currently enrolled […]

Be Honest: 6 Questions Every Job Seeker Should Ask Themselves

Doesn’t it seem like the job search is one big question mark?
Well, I have some more questions for you.
While so many job seekers have grown accustomed to answering questions sent their way, not too many take the time to send some questions to themselves.
Interviewing yourself can be especially beneficial for the job seeker that is […]

Job Seekers: You Need a Mentor for 2012!

Harry Potter has Albus Dumbledore, Liz Lemon has Jack Donaghy, and Dwight K. Schrute has Michael Scott… Who’s your mentor?
If you haven’t thought about it before, this is your chance. We all know that the job search is a rough time for many, but who says you have to go about it alone?
Working with a mentor […]

For 2012, Write Goals, Not Resolutions for Your Job Search

The ball has dropped, the confetti has fallen, and we all have to adjust to writing “2012” on our dates instead of “2011.”
For most of us, this also marks the beginning of well-intentioned, but all the same doomed, New Year’s resolutions that we might stick to for a month, maybe two.
There’s the “lose weight” resolution, the “learn […]

3 Ways to Avoid Entry-Level After Earning an MBA

Not too long ago, a college degree could get you higher up and further ahead in an organization. Entry-level was reserved for less-qualified employees, and an MBA all but guaranteed a good position with upward mobility.
That’s not the case anymore. With more college graduates than ever before, even entry-level positions are getting further out of […]

Scared? 4 Sure-Fire Ways to Banish Job Search Fears

Halloween time is coming and I, for one, love it! Spiders, ghosts, and terrifying 3-foot tall goblins running around the neighborhoods fueled by too much candy…
Around this time, for the whole month of October, people go out of their way to get scared. Whether you go to that scary new movie or a remake of […]