Ask a recruiter, and they might say that their clients are doing everything wrong. While it’s tempting to say that, especially if a client recently cost you a placement, that claim is more than likely false. That’s a blanket statement,…Read More »
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Confidentiality is a crucial component of the hiring process. As a recruiter, it’s your job to gather candidate information through forms and interviews. If hired, this personal information becomes part of a candidate’s secure file. Why is candidate and employee…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 »
In a previous blog post, we addressed the three factors that contribute most directly to a recruiter’s revenue. One of those factors is the quality of the job order. The job order is a critical part of a search for…Read More »
Relocating for a new position can be a great opportunity for your candidates and clients. However, it is also a big commitment for both parties. Relocation assistance allows for a smoother transition. But, how do you know what clients should…Read More »
It isn’t enough to just find skilled, intelligent, and knowledgeable candidates and place them at your client’s company. Even in this era of low unemployment, you need to find out if a candidate would be an all-around great fit in…Read More »