We are all born to become something. We don’t know it, and despite our parents best efforts we find a way to shape our lives that lead us to one fate or another. Recruiting is not a career as much…Continue
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What is the best recruiter cultural environment? Of course the answer is not simple because we all respond to different leadership and cultural environments. Some are more personally motivated and do not need sales pressures – they know and do their job. Others require a little push to help keep their focus and motivation high. Neither is better or worse but there is a place where you turn a little push into a hotel environment and that becomes destructive.
I was reading an…Continue
Many studies have identified the power of saying ‘thank you.’ When you say ‘thank you’ your customers they spend more, they return less, they tell their friends about you and your service delivery. In the workplace employee productivity increases when a sign of appreciation is shown such as ‘thank you.’ Likewise vendors go the extra mile, provide deeper discounts, extend credit, deliver on time and increase consideration. This drives profit, margin and success.
If this is the case…Continue
I was recently reflecting on our “high fees” as commented by a client in a one-on-one interview. I pulled out the 2011 research report put out by the Talent Board entitled the Candidate Experience. In addressing the channel by which Candidate learn about job postings and companies it was clear that the following three avenues are most consistently used by companies to communicate with job seekers:
1. The Career Site is the most consistently used channel for publishing information…Continue
One of the most important jobs of a recruiter when making a match between candidate and client is salary expectations…or is it? Salary is one component but what should be considered is the total compensation package + non tangibles such as culture and advancement opportunity. However I am sure we can all recount those who get stuck on salary and that is often because salary reflects status and an interpreted success (along with job title). We are after all social creatures and what others…Continue