"When I was an agency recruiter, I never had more than 8 or so at a time. I've been in house for 2 years now, and my max was 40. I worked with that load, give or take 5, until we hired help, because I can tell you that 40 is too much, since they…"
"We actually run into this with my company. We have a department that really needs to be very well rounded and have about 50/50 male/female. When they have a female person leave the role, they want to replace her with a female and visa versa. They…"
"As part of our ATS, we have pre-screen questions for every resume submission. They include salary history and requirements. Some candidates don't answer, but most are forthcoming. Sometimes, we skip the phone screen by the recruiter, and if so,…"
"I always bring up the salary in the phone screen. Some candidates are uncomfortable with discussing it that early, but I agree with Amy, if we can come to an agreement of range, they don't get in front of the hiring managers. I also follow up…"
"I generally advise to leave it off of the resume. At my company, Culture Fit is the number 1 reason to hire someone, but I still feel there are other ways to show that than a hobbies section on the resume. I recommend to people they can make a…"
"Amy- as a corporate recruiter myself, I couldn't agree more with this. I, too, came from the TPR side and I fully respect my partnerships with them. As you said, you view them as an extension of your team. It seems that there are very few…"
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