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Noel Cocca liked Gregg Armitage's blog post Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies
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Andrew Hanneman commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"Nothing more annoying than the inhouse contact telling you this is an urgent need and then going radio silence when you have a great candidate.  I almost always a few hours after taking a job order send an email about a possible candidate…"
Apr 13, 2012
Jason Perry commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"Nice post.  And problem exists as much here in the UK.  Think you've summed it up well by suggesting is the client as so many clients have not grasped their relationship with an agency is key to their success.  Is so often more…"
Apr 13, 2012
Brandi Cooper liked Gregg Armitage's blog post Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies
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Will Branning commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"Good article! I also suggest to clients/potential clients that they give individual jobs to one recruitment firm exclusively for 1-2 weeks and if results are not good, add another...if I am given exclusives with hiring manager contact and good…"
Apr 12, 2012
Vaughn Welches commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"Ben,   Very good thinking!    And I'll admit it would be so easy to recruit from that bucket.  But, haven't had any positions lately that would create a demand for them.  But, I still know where to find…"
Apr 12, 2012
Ben McGrath commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"@Vaughn - Is bucket Z the one that you recruit out of. Sounds like you now have a new source of candidates."
Apr 12, 2012
Elise Reynolds commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"I think when it comes to staffing and using agencies or even in-house recruiters managers would do very well to take a Jerry McQuire attitude of "help me help you".  So often they want to send off a document with a few particulars…"
Apr 12, 2012
Michelle Perella liked Gregg Armitage's blog post Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies
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Vaughn Welches commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"I will join Terence in that Amen! corner. This kind of feedback will certainly keep this search in the "A" bucket. A new client once came to the phone, told me that I would be his new hero if I found for him . . . . . and he gave me a very…"
Apr 12, 2012
bill josephson commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"Gregg,   Bucket C is also reserved for the jobs I now mostly are given by corporate Recruiters......extremely difficult/unfillable.  And when they give them to me, they don't honestly know which of the two it is.   They…"
Apr 12, 2012
Terence commented on Gregg Armitage's blog post 'Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies'
"Amen !!"
Apr 12, 2012
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Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies

How many times has this happened? You open a job to your agencies and they begin submitting candidates. One by one you review the résumés, separating the candidates into “yes” and “no” piles, but quickly the flow of applicants turns to a trickle and the quality of candidates seems to stagnate--or even worse--decline. Your boss and HR is pressing you to fill the position and you throw up your hands, saying, "I need better agencies.” Your first reaction may be to put the job out to more agencies,…See More
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Name
Gregg Armitage
Job Title
Founding CEO
Company
Avenue Bridge
Which best describes your profession?
Vendor
How many years have you been in the business?
10-14 years
Which industries do you work in now?
All Industries
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<10
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http://www.avenuebridge.com
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Why You May Not Be Getting Great Candidates From Your Agencies

Posted on April 11, 2012 at 8:30am 10 Comments

How many times has this happened? You open a job to your agencies and they begin submitting candidates. One by one you review the résumés, separating the candidates into “yes” and “no” piles, but quickly the flow of applicants turns to a trickle and the quality of candidates seems to stagnate--or even worse--decline. Your boss and HR is pressing you to fill the position and you throw up your hands, saying, "I need better agencies.” Your first reaction may be to put the job out to more…

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