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Why I Love Recruiting

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Fanshawe Mar 1, 2012. 2 Replies

Why I Love RecruitingTwo words: ‘PEOPLE’ and ‘BUSINESS’.PEOPLE: There is nothing that fascinates me more, never has been, never will be. My job, especially as Im also a business leader is 100% about…Continue

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Sean Wilkes commented on Robert Fanshawe's blog post 'Why you should never accept a counter-offer'
"If the main reason anybody wants to leave is money then most switched on Recruiters would consider not progressing an application in the first place?  If you think that using an external offer to engineer a raise is a good example of an…"
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In-house and social media: friend or foe?

I often get asked by the slightly less experienced and slightly more nervous recruiters I meet (online or offline), how we can compete with corporate recruiters and all the latest DIY social recruiting tools and my answer is 2 fold:1. Do NOT compete with themNot directly anyway. You must always understand your market and build a valuable niche and service for it.As agency recruiters we provide an outsource service and by default as a service provider we do things people either don’t want to do…See More
Dec 19, 2012
Robert Fanshawe posted a blog post

In-house and social media: friend or foe?

I often get asked by the slightly less experienced and slightly more nervous recruiters I meet (online or offline), how we can compete with corporate recruiters and all the latest DIY social recruiting tools and my answer is 2 fold:1. Do NOT compete with themNot directly anyway. You must always understand your market and build a valuable niche and service for it.As agency recruiters we provide an outsource service and by default as a service provider we do things people either don’t want to do…See More
Dec 14, 2012
Robert Fanshawe commented on Robert Fanshawe's blog post 'Why you should never accept a counter-offer'
"@Tiffany Branch There are ALWAYs exceptions to the rule but as advisors its our job to give the facts and 1 in 10 chance of it going well are not good odds. I am glad it did for you. Also there is a huge difference to accepting a counter offer from…"
Dec 10, 2012
A blog post by Robert Fanshawe was featured

Why you should never accept a counter-offer

There have been plenty of articles written on this but a post “Why Counter Offers Are Good (except for headhunters)” on recruitingblogs.com by Amos spurred me to write about this for my audience. I was incredulous to read his article whole heartedly encouraging his candidates to elicit a counter-offer to get the promotion they want.…See More
Dec 10, 2012
bill josephson commented on Robert Fanshawe's blog post 'Why you should never accept a counter-offer'
"I believe the reality in this economy are employees afraid to ask their bosses for anything without an offer in hand in fear of being laid off, and employers trying to pad the bottom line giving as little as possible knowing there are few job…"
Dec 7, 2012
Tiffany Branch commented on Robert Fanshawe's blog post 'Why you should never accept a counter-offer'
"While I do agree with the article, there are always exceptions to the rule. I accepted a counter-offer once and it was the best thing ever. My boss felt that I was making a bad decision with the compnay I was going to. He advised how my role would…"
Dec 7, 2012
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bill josephson commented on Robert Fanshawe's blog post 'Why you should never accept a counter-offer'
"Points well taken when actually giving notice. What about the candidate who receives an offer and never gives notice, but says to their employer they were thinking of leaving or have an opportunity to leave due to specified reasons? …"
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Robert Fanshawe posted a blog post

Why you should never accept a counter-offer

There have been plenty of articles written on this but a post “Why Counter Offers Are Good (except for headhunters)” on recruitingblogs.com by Amos spurred me to write about this for my audience. I was incredulous to read his article whole heartedly encouraging his candidates to elicit a counter-offer to get the promotion they want.…See More
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Resigning - why you shouldn't feel nervous

I resigned not too long ago before setting up my own agency and so its pretty fresh in my mind how difficult it can be - scary, wrenching etc. After witnessing one of my consultants get a bit "frustrated" with a candidate about this it made me think, as recruiters, we can sometimes get a bit blasé about the subject, so I recently wrote a blog post on resigning for our Talent community which I…See More
Jul 19, 2012

Profile Information

Name
Rob Fanshawe
Job Title
Group Managing Director
Company
33 Talent
Which best describes your profession?
Agency Recruiting
How many years have you been in the business?
10-14 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Services, Technology
How many employees in your company?
<10
College/University
Manchester University
Are you interested in split placements?
Yes
Which conferences do you plan to attend in the next year?
ERE
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche
How do you introduce yourself to people you meet in business?
Passionate about People and the Planet I own and rum a socially responsible, collaborative and fun recruitment agency delivering the latest high end and revolutionary Talent solutions to the best employers and talent around.
Name someone you most admire
Ron Bruder
Which blogs would you recommend people read?
TLNT Greg Savage N-ergise
What recruiting tools can you not live without?
LinkedIn, All social media, my CRM - JobAdder, and most important - my vocal chords.
What do you like best about RecruitingBlogs.com...
The eclectic mix of new ideas from different people both agency and internal
...and what would you change and why?
nothing about recruiting blogs. A lot about our industry, misconceptions about it and how we treat people and the planet.
Website
http://33talent.com
Blog
http://talenttattler.wordpress.com
Online profile/Homepage
http://33talent.com/about/management-team/
LinkedIn Profile
http://au.linkedin.com/in/robertfanshawe
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In-house and social media: friend or foe?

Posted on December 14, 2012 at 12:30am 0 Comments

I often get asked by the slightly less experienced and slightly more nervous recruiters I meet (online or offline), how we can compete with corporate recruiters and all the latest DIY social recruiting tools and my answer is 2 fold:

1. Do NOT compete with them

Not directly anyway. You must always understand your market and build a valuable niche and service for it.

As agency recruiters we provide an outsource service and by default as a service provider we do things…

Continue

Why you should never accept a counter-offer

Posted on December 7, 2012 at 2:00am 5 Comments

There have been plenty of articles written on this but a post “Why Counter Offers Are Good (except for headhunters)” on recruitingblogs.com by Amos spurred me to write about this for my audience. I was incredulous to read his article whole heartedly encouraging his candidates to elicit a counter-offer to get the promotion they want.…

Continue

Resigning - why you shouldn't feel nervous

Posted on July 19, 2012 at 8:00pm 0 Comments



I resigned not too long ago before setting up my own agency and so its pretty fresh in my mind how difficult it can be - scary, wrenching etc. After witnessing one of my consultants get a bit "frustrated" with a candidate about this it made me think, as recruiters, we can sometimes get a bit blasé about the subject, so I recently wrote a blog post on resigning for our…

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What’s wrong with recruitment…and how to fix it!

Posted on May 17, 2012 at 9:49pm 9 Comments



What’s wrong with recruitment…and how to fix it!

This could potentially be a VERY long post because I’m talking about an industry that has many inherent flaws. In my opinion, many of the problems we see stem from some fundamental issues…

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