Posts Tagged ‘recruiters’

A Helpful Tip List for First Time Recruiters

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Congratulations on your new position! You now have a world of things to learn. Being a recruiter will undoubtedly keep you busy. You got your position because you have an eye for talent, and you’re able to recognize and understand the important needs of others. Now, it’s time to recognize and understand the needs you’re…

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7 Things Recruiters Do That Turn Off a Potential Employee

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Stop That! Things are competitive on both sides. You might be trying to find the perfect candidate to fill a position, and there’s always a perfect candidate looking for a position to fill. Top talent won’t need to look long and far for a great position. When you think you have this person sitting in…

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10 Things a Recruiter Does Not Want to Hear

A recruiter is looking to be on your side. Whenever you’re sitting down with a recruiter, you’re being presented with an opportunity for a better career future. While it’s always best to be honest in these situations, it isn’t always best to volunteer a little more than your recruiter wants to hear. Don’t let a…

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Sourcing Specialists – The Emerging Right Hand of Recruiters

Sourcing Specialists are rapidly becoming a crucial part of many HR and Talent Acquisition departments. Requiring top recruiters to source their own candidates is slightly akin to sales personnel handling all their own marketing. It may make sense to smaller organizations with budget constraints or less work flow, but for larger corporations and businesses scaling quickly,…

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2 Traits Every Successful Recruiter Should Have

When I was just 21 years old (some eleventy-something years ago), I had the unbelievable fortune of getting to know one of the most exceptional recruiters I’ve ever met. The employer for whom I worked at that time had developed a very successful relationship with this recruiter who seemed to really have a gift for her calling, and as I took over the hiring role I began to understand what it was that made this recruiter so good at what she did.

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Economic Downturn, Staffing Upturn

We started our staffing company almost a decade ago.  The Y2K and Internet bubble had already burst.  We were trying to ride the magic carpet of technical staffing that had since disappeared.  As a result, it became a trend for companies to invest in their people again.  They were more interested in full time employees…

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