Okay, so I'm starting to notice a trend. Why do my DIRECT FITS and GOLD candidates disappear on me? I interview them, they agree to have an interview set up with the client, I schedule the interview with the client, and POOF they are gone? I have developed rapport with the candidate, expressed the "open communication" thing, so why does this only happen with the GREAT candidates? :( Help!
Lying is something that most people will say is a bad habit, yet many candidates seeking a sales job interview are known to lie on their resumes or even tell a “white lie” in regards to the answers to questions while on a sales position interview.The English Dictionary defines a white lie as a minor or…Continue
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Linkedin put out a great series this week in which they had leaders, in various industries, explain the best advice they have received during their career (Click HERE to read more about it). …Continue
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Just got through with a contract 1 1/2 weeks ago in Palo Alto and am looking for a new opportunity
I am open to either these jobs in a Corporate Company or startup. I can work either W2 or 1099. I have over 25 years of hands on experience as a Full Life Cycle Recruiter with the passion to do this work. I have also held Contract Recruiting Manager at a few companies as well so that position would be great as well.
I can work in these spaces of IT, S/W, H/W,…Continue
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Recruiting Animal Show - Recording - Feb 27, 2013
Yes, I'm the host - but is everything my fault? Is it my fault if the guest calls in from England on a bad line? I beg the guests, I implore them, over and over: "Sound is important" I say. Then on the show, the other schmoes tell…Continue
In our last blog post, we discussed how the housing market is making it difficult for recruiters to find candidates willing to relocate. But even when selling a house is not a factor, relocating is a huge commitment for workers - one they are often very reluctant to make.
Contract-to-direct arrangements can…Continue
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Written by Tim Quirk, Director of Enterprise Sales at erecruit, with approval to be posted by Cathleen Augusta.
Integration of Microsoft Dynamics GP Payroll with erecruit streamlines in-house payroll processing while reducing administrative burden.
Today erecruit, the leader in enterprise staffing software, announced its new comprehensive…Continue
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We had in one of the first posts here asked you to define what you thought HR Excellence was. From the level of responses I am assuming ( I know the problems with assumptions) that you are having a hard time coming to some sort of consensus. So let me tell you what I feel the components of the definition of HR excellence are:
Achieving HR EXCELLENCE is the result of:
CARING more about your organization than others think wise;
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Clinical Solutions Group (CSG) specializes in providing contract an permanent staffing services to the pharmaceutical industry in the areas of Biostatistics, Data Management and Clinical Research. Our employees enjoy outstanding salaries and excellent benefits! We welcome you to see why CSG, Inc. is considered to be one of the premier providers by visiting our website at www.csg-inc.com.
Due to unprecedented growth,…Continue
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No matter what a customer promises, when you lower your price they’ll never pay more for the same services. Once you go down, you can’t go back up.
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So how do you go from nothing to the top of www.google.co.uk’s natural search? This is a massive question and not one easily answered. There are plenty of ‘gurus’ who are happy to tell you their thoughts.
There are plenty of companies who will take your money off you…Continue
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This week I want to talk about the creative side of big-scope sourcing, or how to innovate your process and new ideas for your candidate message. Big-scope sourcing does not have to be complicated or time consuming. You just need to plan, innovate, and then duplicate. By now you should…Continue
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Sophie Mackenzie - Senior Partner, Research and Business Support. AdMore Recruitment
However good you are as a recruiter, the biggest issue when moving to a new company or indeed, moving into your first in-house role, is how to build your influence…Continue
Next time you hire a CEO. …
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Despite the fact that housing prices are finally rising, recruiters are still having trouble filling positions that require relocation.
Relocation always has the potential of being a hard sell. After all, you are trying to convince someone to uproot themselves and often their entire family to take a chance not only on a new job but a whole new geographic area. But "relocation reluctance" has reached a fever pitch since the recession decimated home values across the country. Candidates…Continue
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Yesterday afternoon saw the opening of the first Candidate Experience Awards in the UK. Their presence highlights the significant place the candidate experience now holds within UK recruitment strategy and we hope to see its position and importance only increase in the coming…Continue
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