You’ve heard the phrase before: “Two heads are better than one.” With that being said, three or four heads are probably even better than two. But for the purposes of our discussion of a recruitment team, two heads will do…Read More »
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The hiring process needs to be devoid of discrimination, beginning with the job description that you or your client write. Some hiring authorities unintentionally craft biased job posts toward a specific gender. Do your job descriptions contain gender-biased language? Including…Read More »
If a company uses recruiters, it uses one of two types: internal recruiters . . . or independent recruiters. Of the many trends that have emerged in the recruiting industry since the Great Recession, one of them appears to involve…Read More »
“On behalf of my client, I would like to offer you the position. Please keep an eye out for a forthcoming formal job offer letter.” Sound familiar? Extending a verbal job offer is commonplace for many recruiters and other hiring…Read More »
In a recent blog post, Debbie Fledderjohann of Top Echelon Contracting presented “10 Pitfalls of Working with a Vendor Management System.” That post was based upon the experiences of TEC over the past two decades. But what do recruiters think…Read More »
It’s no secret that we at Top Echelon believe in the value of a split recruiting network. After all, we offer membership in one. However, we can rant and rave about the benefits of splits all day long. (And trust…Read More »