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If you use a form to define all the parameters your client has to meet their requirements for candidates, would you mind sharing? As a new and independent Recruiter, it seems appropriate to have the…Continue

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Started by Paige Brennen Jan 12, 2013. 0 Replies

Hi to everyone. I'm new to this group. My aim is to build a strong network and professional friendships. I would be happy to share ideas. So, feel free to contact me.DanaPaige Brennen Consultant GroupContinue

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Comment by Amanda on June 21, 2013 at 2:15am

During the last global financial crisis, some consultants thrived, many only survived and a few did exceptionally well.

As you are well aware, be it recruitment, sport or anything else, the cream always rises to the top.

Have you asked yourself why or how that is?

In this 10 minute video I will share with you 4 distinct ‘Recruiter Types’ – what is your type?

Comment by Olivia Childs on February 13, 2013 at 12:52pm

Hello Joshua,

I am always open to learn and to be mentored!!!!  I am ready to connect with you and learn how to go to the next level!!!!!

Comment by Joshua Lee on February 12, 2013 at 4:41pm

Hello fellow recruiters.  I have been a recruiter for 12 years encompassing all the difference facets of it that are typically available (agency, corporate, contract, independent, etc.).  I am nearing the end of my career now as a recruiter and what I want to do one final thing on my way out.  I've been actively participating in blogs and recently started giving 1-on-1 help when appropriate.  What I want to do now is be a coach to those who want to have a similar work-life balance that I've accomplished.  Happy to answer questions to clarify.

To get started, and maximize chance of success, the right "protogee" sort of has to have some attributes and experience.  I'm looking to mentor and assist growing hungry smart passionate recruiters who want to learn how to be a successful independent consultant / work-at-home recruiter.  I am looking for individuals with the following attributes.

1. Open minded attitude.

2. Natural above average intelligence evidenced by ability to figure things out.

3. Humility to learn.

4. Thick skinned to learn.

5. Business savvy and interest in business.

6. At least 2 years of agency recruiting experience.  No exceptions.  5+ years preferred.

6. At least 1 year of corporate or contract recruiting experience preferred but not required.  Alternatively, at least 2 years of sales and sales training experience.

7. Local to California or PST time zone preferred but not required.

8. Some experience working independently preferred.  Must be self disciplined.

If you fall within the parameters of what I've described I can share my knowledge with you and you will benefit.  What I want to teach you is a way to earn a good living working from home.  There are some pitfalls to working from home so this type of arrangement requires drive and self discipline.

If what I've described sounds attractive, lets have a business chat and see if we're on the same page.


Good luck whatever you do.

My email is MyRecruiterJosh-at-yahoo-dot-com

Find me on Linkedin as well.  www.linkedin.com/in/joshuaylee/

Comment by George Pitts on January 14, 2013 at 1:58pm

Hello all I am also new to this group and somewhat new to the board. I am looking to build a good quality network with recruiting professionals to help me grow and strengthen my skills as a staffing agency owner and I look to do the same for those I come in contact with. Feel free to contact me if you would like to maybe have a strategy session

Comment by Ryan Reisner on June 27, 2012 at 12:16pm

Hello all!  I'm new to this site and I'm looking for strong networking relationships along with great information that we can all share!   Please feel free to invite me and I will invite you back! 

Talk to you all soon again!

Comment by Jennifer Bryan Gray on September 15, 2011 at 1:17pm
WOW!  You all are wonderful!  Thank you so much for sharing with a new comer!  I really really appreciate all of the helpful advice, recommendations, encouragement from your wealth of experience.  I am still processing and working on the information that you have been so kind to share.  I have lulled over in my mind my need to have "all my ducks in a row" before launching out and I think that it is from so many years in the therapy/medical field where everything has to be done precisely for the patient's benefit and to prevent litigation.  So, for the time being, I am stuck with my need for structure! I apologize, but I still have so many more questions.  Can you all bear with me while I ask even more questions from you guys with the knowledge and experience?  Can I ask...What is your favorite recruiting software?  Someone had recommended cBiz but I know there is a whole lot out there.  Also  Someone had recommended that I go to a Bill Radin conference and there is one in my area in approx. 1 and 1/2 weeks.  What do you all think?  What is your recommendation about that?  Also, you all did recommend insurance.  I think that I need E &O, but do you know, if I am working out of my home, do I need liability insurance?  Is there a company that specializes in recruiting and is very knowledgeable about what I would need?  Is there a specific agent?  What is the best way to get contracts back and forth?  Are they usually done electronically or by FAX?  I apologize for so many questions--but I just have this need for a knowledge base before I launch out into things.  Thank you all again for all of your help!
 

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