"Edward, you are so right! Employers should not put themselves in a position to have to review 250+ resumes. We will identify and present a handful of qualified candidates in a timely manner. Where did you see information on turnover…"
"I agree with Kelly. You speak with ten people and you will get ten different responses as to what format and length of resume they prefer. Realistically, 2 - 3 pages max is enough. Please remember, a resume is a…"
"Very well said. Also, recruiter must have the self confidence in him/herself and believe in what they are doing, as well as believe in whom they are representing. All of these values and motivational factors you mentioned must be conveyed…"
"So true! We have a medical sales candidate that just flaked on us.... couldn't get us his "updated" resume and it has been over a week. Really?? Guess I've been in this business too long and know immediately if…"
"At a minimum, these questions should be asked, and then some. If my recruiters were not asking at least these questions, I would question their true ability at doing their job, or maybe I failed as a manager in teaching them the proper way to…"
"We have a template that includes two pages worth of questions, as the deeper we dig into the position, firm, responsiblities, interview process, the better we can identify the perfect candidate. Just so happens your two questions are two of the many…"
"Excellent article and great comments. I agree with all. You have to believe enough in yourself and what you do to walk away from a 15% fee and client like that. Believe it or not, there are plenty of recruiting opportunities out there…"
"It's another gimmick. The real testimonials come from clients on their letterhead. Call me old fashioned, but this is something you will always have from them in a personal written letter about you and what you have done for them. …"