"The argument is not Recruiter 2 being gypped by Recruiter 1 when they have done the same work, that is a topic of another discussion. The argument is Recruiter 1 doing all of the work and then having the client benefit from that work, within a…"
"Wouldn't that hinder the candidate being hired for another, more suitable role later on? Candidate Sally is a fit culturally but may be too junior for the Senior Accountant role, having her in the database allows her to be considered in 4…"
"If that is the case you are well within your rights to call out the client. I'm sure they didn't mean to "steal" your candidate(s) but they should understand that the ownership window is there for a reason. I think it would be…"
I am assuming that you have a written agreement with your client, right? Shouldn't it state how long a candidate is considered "yours". In the past I've typically had 6 month to 1 year window where if I wanted to…"
"I would say if you plan on being in IT recruitment for the long term, then yes. I would suggest that in the short term focus on finding the right people (culturally) and start to develop the technical background knowledge. I wouldn't recommend…"
I used to be an in-house recruiter for a large IT department (~220 employees). When I started out the programming side gave me a lot of trouble too. I took a two prong approach to it I focused on learning about the languages as opposed to…"
"I always had the policy of contacting them one week after our last chat or +1 day from when I was supposed to hear back from them. It is about finding the balance between being pushy (desperate) and interest in the position."