Hello,My name is Julie. I am the Director of Recruitment for BRANDiSCOTT Associates, Inc. We are currently looking to fill many restaurant management positions in Long Island, NY. We need dedicated cold callers who want to make money!!! For more information, please email me your resume/contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org.Thank you. Julie ClosterDirector of RecruitmentBRANDiSCOTT Associates, Inc.http://brandiscottinc.comPh 754-234-8711Fx …See More
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"Most companies that I recruit for have a 90 day "probationary period." I like your idea. But instead of them calling the 90 days a "trial period", they need to change it "probationary." Sometimes it's the way…"
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"Hello! My name is Julie. I am a retail and restaurant recruiter with New World Staffing, Inc. Please follow me in twitter @julibyrd. I have a bunch of restaurant clients who are looking for some talented managers (GM, AGM, KM's) in the metro…"
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You are wise beyond words. YES, you must have Job Fair scar tissue because the absolute worst thing for a recruitment team to do in the eyes of the job applicant is to be engaged in…"
"How can they possibly engage candidates when they are talking amongst themselves and the first thing I see is the woman with the bored, non smiling expression on her face. Also, where are some tasty treats they should be passing out?"
You are wise beyond words. YES, you must have Job Fair scar tissue because the absolute worst thing for a recruitment team to do in the eyes of the job applicant is to be engaged in chit-chat while they stand in line waiting for their turn to impress.
The "bored, non smiling..." women or man is classic, "Do not approach me because I don't want to be here and my unhappy posture with folded arms and grim stare should tell you to beware!" Applicants can read this type of body language from 50 paces...and they walk on by.