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Shelly Catalina commented on Amy Ala's blog post 'The Real Reasons Why Corporate Recruiters Hate You'
"Amy, WELL SAID.  I have been recruiting for 10 years and certainly cut my teeth in TPR in the beginning.  As a tenured corporate recruiter, I could not agree with you more.  There are some great TP recruiters out there who truly…"
Jan 13, 2012
Shelly Catalina commented on Richard Stack's blog post 'The Return of Recruiting - a Social Revival'
"Great post, Richard.  Your passion speaks volumes.  It's the thrill of the hunt that motivates the best recruiters. You remind us that sniffing out top talent today means researching digital footprint and finding work product…"
Dec 23, 2011
John Comyn commented on Shelly Catalina's blog post 'Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust'
"All valid points thank you. Talking about communication it would be nice if hiring managers reciprocate :-)"
Dec 9, 2011
Valentino Martinez liked Shelly Catalina's blog post Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust
Dec 8, 2011
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Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust

Regardless if you are in a firm or in an internal recruiting role, trust is the brand you are selling.  I have walked into offices of new clients, as well as internal hiring leaders new to work with me who had a bitter taste of past recruiters.  'Tis true...there are bad recruiters who give our industry a bad name.  The complaint is often about either promises broken, poor quality of candidates presented, or the favorite act of "Disappearing Recruiter" (where did they go, hello is anyone home,…See More
Dec 8, 2011
Josh Ashton commented on Shelly Catalina's blog post 'Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust'
"Good advice Shelly!  You absolutely nailed what it takes to be a great recruiter."
Dec 8, 2011
katherine moody commented on Shelly Catalina's blog post 'Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust'
"Great points. I've done many searches for recruiters at all levels. What is the one skill hiring managers think is critical? The ability to building strong relationships of credibility and trust with the clients. Finding great…"
Dec 8, 2011
David King commented on Shelly Catalina's blog post 'Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust'
"Excellent points! Thanks for sharing your thoughts--this reminded me of a poem my mother recited to me when I was very young:  "Friendship is like a china bowl: costly, rich and rare; once broken, can be mended: but the crack is…"
Dec 8, 2011
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Dec 8, 2011
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Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust

Regardless if you are in a firm or in an internal recruiting role, trust is the brand you are selling.  I have walked into offices of new clients, as well as internal hiring leaders new to work with me who had a bitter taste of past recruiters.  'Tis true...there are bad recruiters who give our industry a bad name.  The complaint is often about either promises broken, poor quality of candidates presented, or the favorite act of "Disappearing Recruiter" (where did they go, hello is anyone home,…See More
Dec 8, 2011
Shelly Catalina liked Chris Brablc's blog post Candidates vs. Employers: Who’s screening who?
Dec 7, 2011
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Dec 1, 2011
Shelly Catalina commented on jeffreytmoore's blog post 'An Intro to Diversity and Diversity Recruiting'
"Well said and a passion of mine as well.  What a beautiful world we live in and how great it is to capture that insight to make a better consumer experience for all.  Thanks!"
Oct 24, 2011
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Oct 24, 2011
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Oct 18, 2011
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Oct 18, 2011

Profile Information

Name
Shelly Catalina
Job Title
Corporate Recruiting Manager
Company
JC Penney
Which best describes your profession?
Corporate Talent Acquisition
How many years have you been in the business?
10-14 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Consumer Goods
How many employees in your company?
>5000
College/University
University of Texas at Dallas
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche, Invitation only
How do you introduce yourself to people you meet in business?
I am a corporate and executive recruiter from both healthcare and retail industries primarily focusing on HR, Finance, and Legal...however, I am known for recruiting for all of the odd positions that are not frequent and sometimes hard to find. I am always recruiting....always.
What recruiting tools can you not live without?
LinkedIn
JigSaw
Blog
http://happyrecruiting.blogspot.com/
LinkedIn Profile
http://www.linkedin.com/in/shellycatalina
Twitter Profile
http://twitter.com/#!/shellycatalina

Shelly Catalina's Blog

Diary of the Corporate Recruiter: Foundation of Trust

Posted on December 8, 2011 at 7:00am 4 Comments

Regardless if you are in a firm or in an internal recruiting role, trust is the brand you are selling.  I have walked into offices of new clients, as well as internal hiring leaders new to work with me who had a bitter taste of past recruiters.  'Tis true...there are bad recruiters who give our industry a bad name.  The complaint is often about either promises broken, poor quality of candidates presented, or the favorite act of "Disappearing Recruiter" (where did they go, hello is…

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