You get the job candidate to the recruitment offer stage of the hiring process. You (or your client if you’re a professional recruiter or search consultant) makes what you think is a GREAT offer to the candidate. And the candidate…Read More »
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You can’t go to college and earn a degree in recruiting. It just doesn’t work that way. Usually, what happens is that a person works in a particular industry and /or discipline for a certain amount of time. (Say, between…Read More »
You don’t want to be “just another recruiter” to your clients. You want to be a trusted advisor. You want to be viewed as a consultant. In fact, you want to be viewed as a search consultant. There may not…Read More »
In this candidates’ market, the offer stage of the hiring process is incredibly important. That’s why we’ve devoted recent blog posts to the topic: “Why Candidates Are Turning Down a Job Offer from Your Client” “How to Increase the Odds…Read More »
As a recruiter, your clients are your customers. But, you also work heavily with job candidates. If the candidates aren’t happy, you’ll have a tough time making your recruiting clients happy. You need loyal candidates and clients who are willing…Read More »
Becoming a recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider can set you apart from traditional recruiters. For many companies, hiring a recruitment process outsourcing provider can add permanent value to their hiring process. Find out how recruitment process outsourcing benefits your clients…Read More »