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Reference Checking for the Senior Excecutives

Started this discussion. Last reply by Julie Starovoitova Nov 29, 2012. 3 Replies

Dear fellow Recuiting-Bloggers,In your professional opinion, what additional questions should be included in the Reference Check for candidates considered for Leadership/ Executive positions? I use a…Continue

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 There is no doubt Employment Brand is important.  Professional world has come to terms with it.  Nobody is disputing it – it is like the ‘Social Media is Here to stay’ argument that was a hot topic a few years ago and these days it is unthinkable not to include any form of Social Media as a channel in your marketing and recruitment…See More
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 There is no doubt Employment Brand is important.  Professional world has come to terms with it.  Nobody is disputing it – it is like the ‘Social Media is Here to stay’ argument that was a hot topic a few years ago and these days it is unthinkable not to include any form of Social Media as a channel in your marketing and recruitment…See More
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Julie Starovoitova replied to Julie Starovoitova's discussion 'Reference Checking for the Senior Excecutives'
"Many thanks for the reply Thomas and Amber. Thomas, I do speak to the referees on the phone, but use a template with the questions to be more consistent and structured - apologies if my explanation about the template led you to believe I am…"
Nov 29, 2012
Amber replied to Julie Starovoitova's discussion 'Reference Checking for the Senior Excecutives'
"@Tom, great points on these questions. I do most reference checks as you described. My questions are very similar, and asked in a way that feels most comfortable with each reference. Usually when asking one question, several get answered…"
Nov 29, 2012
Thomas Timperley replied to Julie Starovoitova's discussion 'Reference Checking for the Senior Excecutives'
"We reference check every single candidate we work with before introducing them to any client. Personally I always find it much easier to get a reference verbally, as opposed to sending out a template for the client to complete. We approach it in a…"
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Reference Checking for the Senior Excecutives

Dear fellow Recuiting-Bloggers,In your professional opinion, what additional questions should be included in the Reference Check for candidates considered for Leadership/ Executive positions? I use a standard reference checking template with all the usual questions we as recruiters use on a daily basis, the template is quite comprehensive, however I feel that for the Senior level roles the reference should include more questions focussing on leadership and strategy implementation? Look forward…See More
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Employer Brand – Whose responsibility is it?

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There is no doubt Employment Brand is important.  Professional world has come to terms with it.  Nobody is disputing it – it is like the ‘Social Media is Here to stay’ argument that was a hot topic a few years ago and these days it is unthinkable not to include any form of Social Media as a…

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