Greg Savage's Blog Posts Tagged 'Client' (3)

A client in pain is a very good thing!

Every great recruiter knows how to triage their job orders, and understands the importance of prioritising.

By and large, we only get paid for the people we place, so we have to work…

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Added by Greg Savage on July 24, 2012 at 1:10am — 1 Comment

So, you are in reception, waiting for your client…

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Success in recruiting is all about doing a lot of small things… very well.

Pretty much all recruiters follow the same process. We screen, we interview, we match, we meet clients, and we engineer scores of mini interactions which stitch…

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Added by Greg Savage on June 11, 2012 at 7:55pm — No Comments

Forget the gym! Are you ‘client-fit’?

Recruiters often complain about the fickleness of clients. Clients don’t return our calls, they don’t give commitment, and they don’t follow through.

Often true.

But, is it always the client’s fault? Does the relationship flounder because you don’t put in the effort you should? Indeed, do you commit the cardinal sin of slipping into ‘chronic client complacency’? Honestly, I have done it myself, and paid the price. I see it happening all around me too. Bet you see, and…

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Added by Greg Savage on February 6, 2012 at 6:24pm — No Comments

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