When you’re engaged in critical money making activities, is it best to multi-task or single-task? By far, the answer in most cases is to single-task . . . and that’s why this blog post is going to be about debunking…Read More »
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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 »
In a recent blog post, I discussed what comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld (of all people) can teach recruiters and search consultants about qualifying job orders. That lesson is broken down as follows: Anybody can take job orders. Taking job orders…Read More »
Providing positive experiences for people is one of the biggest factors in generating recruitment referrals. And the best thing about these types of referrals is that you don’t even have to ask for them—they’re self-perpetuating. That means the person tells…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 »
We’ve addressed the issue of qualifying job orders quite a bit in the Top Echelon Recruiter Training Blog. We’ve done this namely because being able to identify which orders are the ones worth working on is key to making more…Read More »