The majority of recruiters submit resumes to clients before securing interviews for their candidates. In many instances, the recruiters actually volunteer to send resumes. It generally sounds like this: “As soon as I have located a qualified candidate, I will…Read More »
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The only thing that never changes . . . is the fact that change is inevitable. Rather ironic, wouldn’t you say? And recruitment is certainly among those professions that undergoes nearly constant change. After all, when the profession started, the…Read More »
Cold calling effectively as a recruiter is about more than just reciting a recruitment script. That’s especially the case when dealing with top candidates. If you call both an A-level candidate and a C-level candidate with your employment opportunity, which…Read More »
How do recruiters find clients on a regular basis? If you’re struggling with this question, you’re not alone. Below are nine tips for more effective recruiter marketing to clients: 1.) Defuse the sales pressure. You must defuse the pressure inherent in…Read More »
If you’re a recruiter—and chances are good that you are—then you’re going to make cold calls. That’s what you do: you’re a cold caller. Well, it’s not ALL you do, but it does constitute an important part of a recruiter’s…Read More »
Many top producers in the recruiter industry owe much of their success to the fact they focus their time, energy and resources on working with a client (and hiring manager) that is truly sincere about receiving the staffing solutions only…Read More »