You may be a top-notch recruiter, but you’re not a magician. To source and attract talent, you need to highlight your clients’ companies. Prospective candidates want to work for a business with a good reputation for treating its employees well…Read More »
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As a recruiter, you know your job is to source top talent and convince candidates to work for your client. Sometimes, candidates turn down job offers, or new hires might leave after a few months. To prevent this from happening,…Read More »
When you have a job order to fill, it’s important to stay organized. There are many steps between receiving a job order and making a placement. You don’t want to lose track of where you’re at in the employee recruitment…Read More »
To make money as a recruiter, you must have clients. But, generating new clients can be stressful and arduous. It might seem difficult to get new clients, especially if they aren’t coming straight to you. So, how do recruiters find…Read More »
When a client hires you to fill an open position, they already have a job title in mind for the future employee. But, that title might not be a good job title to use when searching for candidates. You need…Read More »
In a sort of Darwinian way, weak recruiters remove themselves from the industry. Let’s face it: recruiting is tough. There are objections lurking around every corner, and recruiting software can be underutilized if you don’t train properly. This profession is not…Read More »