What would YOU wish for?A crystal ball that would determine if a candidate was telling you the truth?A database of fool-proof candidates?This could even just be a tool that you wish existed that…Continue
"I heard this story on the radio when commuting in this morning and thought it was awesome of that guy. I wonder if he had any idea the kind of reaction this would invoke. It sounds like this guy has been through the ringer trying to land an…"
"Agreed 100%. Being unkind to people never gets you ahead. The "golden rule" that we learned in school should carry over into our adulthood. Treat people the way you would like to be treated. In all situations. Period."
"This is so true. What a great thought to bring to the discussion among recruiters. Likeability is important in all aspects of life; in the professional setting, at home, anywhere you encounter other people. Being that our jobs are truly about other…"
"a Time Machine.... timing is usually a key factor in whether you place someone or not. Either the candidate is off the market before the Hiring Manager pulls the trigger or you find the perfect candidate a week after the…"
"You said it just now, Tiffany. "Because the nature of this role, I trust the hiring managers opinion."
That's what you tell him; case closed. Kudos to you for wanting to be as honest as possible with your candidates."
What would YOU wish for?A crystal ball that would determine if a candidate was telling you the truth?A database of fool-proof candidates?This could even just be a tool that you wish existed that would make your life as a recruiter a bit easier.Am interested in hearing your all's thoughts!See More
"Will, this post was like a breath of fresh air. All 10 points were right on target to what makes a great employee stand out by not necessarily "standing out" in ways that one will regret.
The gossip game is a sure-fire way to go downhill…"
I enjoyed this post! Being a commuter myself, most all of your tips rang true to me.
It's amazing how time can fly when you have a book on tape that you're looking forward to or a specific morning show or even little games that…"
I truly feel your pain on this situation. It's happened to me on occasion and not only is it disappointing to your candidate, it also puts you in a tight spot.
This may not be what you want to hear, but I think the best way to…"
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