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Recruiting Certifications - Which one is most beneficial?

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Kreiss Oct 18, 2011. 3 Replies

I'm about to invest in some Recruitment Certifications for some of my recruiters.  There are many out there and I'm not sure which ones are most beneficial.  It appears that the CSP/TSC are focused…Continue

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David Borovatz commented on Dean Da Costa's blog post 'Staffing and the Jerry Maguire syndrome!!'
"This is great, in fact, I hear my boss use this weekly!"
Jan 5, 2012
Sandra McCartt replied to David Borovatz's discussion 'Recruiting Certifications - Which one is most beneficial?'
"Sorry about the strange words. No more posting from the iPad. That should be certs. Not certsimly. iPad is making up words and jumping all over the place like it's dyslexic."
Oct 18, 2011
Sandra McCartt replied to David Borovatz's discussion 'Recruiting Certifications - Which one is most beneficial?'
"As you have discovered, there are so many different certifications in our industry that actually none of them mean much. The only people who understand any of them are other recruiters. The folks who offer the certsimly will hype you that their…"
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Recruiting Certifications - Which one is most beneficial?

I'm about to invest in some Recruitment Certifications for some of my recruiters.  There are many out there and I'm not sure which ones are most beneficial.  It appears that the CSP/TSC are focused around Labor Laws which isn't really what I'm looking for.  I want a Certification that will help recruiters become better recruiters whether it's leveraging social media, following recruitment best practices, interview styles, or even red flags.  I've seen some pretty cool certifications through…See More
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Profile Information

Name
David
Job Title
Director of Operations
Company
Morton Consulting
Which best describes your profession?
Agency Recruiting
How many years have you been in the business?
10-14 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Consumer Goods, Financial, Government, Healthcare, Services, Technology
How many employees in your company?
>50
College/University
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Are you interested in split placements?
Yes
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends
How do you introduce yourself to people you meet in business?
I'm David Borovatz, Director of Operations at Morton Consulting a Richmond, Virginia based IT Services & Staffing firm support small, medium, and large sized clients throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Our specialty is focused in supporting our clients Information Technology resource and project needs with the best, most talented resources who deliver results and add value to their organization. We differentiate ourselves by focusing on our customers, both the clients and candidates we serve.
Which blogs would you recommend people read?
www.recruitingblogs.com
www.staffingtalk.com
www.histalk.com
What recruiting tools can you not live without?
Bullhorn
InsightSquared
LinkedIN
Twitter
TalentWise
Website
http://www.mortonconsulting.com
Blog
http://www.mortonconsulting.com/industry-news
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Value in the "Permission to Present"

Posted on January 25, 2013 at 11:45am 0 Comments

For those of you in the Staffing Industry, you know what I’m referring to when it comes to “Permission to Present”.  At Morton Consulting, we define this as clear permission to represent a candidate for a specific position at a specific customer.  We’ve seen “Permission to Present” really take off with our clients, especially in the MSP or…

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