Has a client ever rejected your candidates because they didn’t see how the workers fit the position? Or, have you ever sent a resume to a client only to have them ask for more information? If you’ve experienced either of…Read More »
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When it comes to your recruiting strategy, you might be inclined to stick to a tried-and-true method. Shaking things up may not be at the forefront of every recruiter’s to-do list, but a new recruitment campaign could lead to sourcing…Read More »
The reluctance of hiring authorities to pull the trigger on a quality candidate can be a mind-numbing, hair-pulling, stress-laced experience for any recruiter. You’ve probably already discovered that there’s almost nothing you can say during the recruitment process steps that will…Read More »
You need to market your recruiting business to two groups: potential clients and potential candidates. These two groups must know about your agency so you can generate more job orders, candidates, and income. Create a recruitment agency marketing plan to…Read More »
As a search consultant, you don’t want to be “just another recruiter to your clients.” No way. Instead, you want to be seen as a trusted recruitment advisor. That’s one of the ways that you can fill more job orders,…Read More »
Posting job descriptions usually leads to an influx of resumes and cover letters from interested applicants. But when you begin the sourcing stage of the hiring process, you might also ask candidates to complete an employment application form. A job…Read More »