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Paul Alfred liked Jorg Stegemann's blog post How To Be A Good Headhunter
Aug 28, 2013
Jorg Stegemann commented on Jorg Stegemann's blog post 'Why Employers Bullshit You In The Job Interview'
"Good questions, Nigel! Thanks"
Jan 9, 2013
Nigel Coxon commented on Jorg Stegemann's blog post 'Why Employers Bullshit You In The Job Interview'
"Good advice. My own experiences have taught me to ask better questions at interview. Questions like How many customers contribute to your top 50% of revenue? Do you foresee any problems with your top ten customers? Yes they come across as a…"
Jan 9, 2013
Jorg Stegemann commented on Jorg Stegemann's blog post 'Why Employers Bullshit You In The Job Interview'
"Agree. And when humans don't know something, sometimes they improvise. This is actually an additional point why surprises can occur: the person who does the interview just doesn't know the answer and assumes, improvises or guesses the…"
Jan 8, 2013
Ryan Harding commented on Jorg Stegemann's blog post 'Why Employers Bullshit You In The Job Interview'
"Great post. I think it is also important to note that sometimes hiring managers can have a false sense of what the job really is. The job description may say one thing, but the reality is that the environment force the position to be something…"
Jan 8, 2013
Jorg Stegemann posted a blog post

Why Employers Bullshit You In The Job Interview

Hopefully most hiring managers don’t do this on purpose, but candidates frequently sign up for a job to find something completely different than they expected on day one in the office.What are some possible reasons for this, and what can you do to reduce the risk of it happening to you?Internal reasons: An infrastructure can change, and if key-players leave—or join—a company, this can have an impact on your future role. Strategy can be revised for whatever reason and departments can be…See More
Jan 8, 2013
Jamee Savel liked Jorg Stegemann's blog post How To Be A Good Headhunter
Jan 7, 2013
Jorg Stegemann posted a blog post

Why Employers Bullshit You In The Job Interview

Hopefully most hiring managers don’t do this on purpose, but candidates frequently sign up for a job to find something completely different than they expected on day one in the office.What are some possible reasons for this, and what can you do to reduce the risk of it happening to you?Internal reasons: An infrastructure can change, and if key-players leave—or join—a company, this can have an impact on your future role. Strategy can be revised for whatever reason and departments can be…See More
Jan 3, 2013
Jak liked Jorg Stegemann's blog post How To Be A Good Headhunter
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Dec 21, 2012
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How To Be A Good Headhunter

After more 10 years in the staffing industry in various operational, managerial, and corporate roles and in different countries, I have interviewed, coached, and trained hundreds of recruitment consultants from all over the world. Though local differences must be taken into consideration, the characteristics that make you a top performer in Salt Lake City also work in Singapore or in Paris. Based on what I saw, heard, and learned, here is my quintessential list of the 5+1 habits that make a…See More
Dec 20, 2012
Amy McDonald commented on Jorg Stegemann's blog post 'How To Be A Good Headhunter'
"Great blog post, Jorg. Food for thought for anyone that considers themselves a professional recruitment consultant. If you aren't meeting these guidelines, you probably need to make some adjustments. Number 2 was always a real hot…"
Dec 19, 2012
Jorg Stegemann commented on Jorg Stegemann's blog post 'How To Be A Good Headhunter'
"Alice, Martin - Thanks. Important point, Martin. Starting an assignment based on the incomplete information is like leaving the haven with a hole in your boat and hoping it will go well - 99 times out of 100, it will not. And the big bang comes…"
Dec 19, 2012
Martin Ellis commented on Jorg Stegemann's blog post 'How To Be A Good Headhunter'
"Just to be contrary, I've been trying to think of a better tip than those listed above. I can't. Simplicity, control and focus will get us all a long way. Very good article Jorg. However, I can add one that's as good as these: Before…"
Dec 19, 2012
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Dec 18, 2012

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Jorg Stegemann
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Managing Director
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Kennedy Executive
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Agency Recruiting
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10-14 years
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All Industries
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<10
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Jorg Stegemann's Blog

Why Employers Bullshit You In The Job Interview

Posted on January 8, 2013 at 11:00am 4 Comments

Hopefully most hiring managers don’t do this on purpose, but candidates frequently sign up for a job to find something completely different than they expected on day one in the office.

What are some possible reasons for this, and what can you do to reduce the risk of it happening to you?

Internal reasons: An infrastructure can change, and if key-players leave—or join—a company, this can have an impact on your future role. Strategy can be revised for…

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How To Be A Good Headhunter

Posted on December 17, 2012 at 9:00am 3 Comments

After more 10 years in the staffing industry in various operational, managerial, and corporate roles and in different countries, I have interviewed, coached, and trained hundreds of recruitment consultants from all over the world. Though local differences must be taken into consideration, the characteristics that make you a top performer in Salt Lake City also work in Singapore or in Paris. Based on what I saw, heard, and learned, here is my quintessential list of the 5+1 habits that…

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5 Reasons Your Online Job Application Did Not Catch My Attention

Posted on December 10, 2012 at 8:30am 10 Comments

Are you sending tons of resumes on job ads but do not even get an answer? Here may be why:

 

Recruiters both in HR departments or recruitment agencies/ search firms receive a large number of resumes every day and we have to decide within 5-10 seconds if we call up the candidate or not. The “Leitmotiv” of my job – professional recruitment - is to find similarities between the job and the applicant, the skills of the person in front of me and the job…

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