All Blog Posts Tagged 'headhunters' (8)

Who Sets The Standards for "Best Practices"?





Friendly debate about methods of recruiting is appropriate, but personal attacks which are based in ignorance and/or jealousy are not. Before you launch into a sermon on 'the only way to recruit' and the 'evils' of some other recruiter's methods, pause a moment… Continue

Added by Nicholas Meyler on May 26, 2014 at 5:00pm — No Comments

No Compromises, No Apologies

As most of you know, if you have followed my blogs for a while, I am a Texan. A proud Texan. I have lived in Austin my whole life. No, I don't have cattle or horses at my house, but I can easily make a 4 hour drive down to south Texas and get my my fill of country living.



My whole life I have…

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Added by Will Thomson on July 19, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments

4 Tips for Attracting Headhunters

Looking for a job is a full-time job -- one that can be daunting, overwhelming, and frustrating. Some of the best positions, however, aren't advertised. As a supplement to your active job hunt, consider a headhunter. Headhunters are employed as recruiters to find vetted talent without sifting through a thousand resumes in response to a Craigslist ad. Follow this guide to getting noticed by top…

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Added by Andrew LIsa on July 18, 2013 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments

Headhunters: Why You Should Accept Online Payments from Clients

Whether you're just getting started as a headhunter or you've been working in the field for a while, building a solid business requires commitment and the use of trusted strategies. Everything should be designed for the convenience of your clients.

Maybe you've never given much thought to the idea of accepting online payments from your clients. As a headhunter, you may not have…

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Added by Debbie Allen on July 17, 2013 at 1:30pm — 3 Comments

Headhunters: Why Does the Term Have Such a Nasty Reputation?

Once upon a time, a headhunter was a person who cut off and preserved someone’s head after killing them. It’s no wonder that the term headhunter, as applied to the modern day recruiter, has such a bad reputation. From the outset, the industry has been…

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Added by Stephen Jeske on May 2, 2013 at 10:46am — 2 Comments

Why Clients Should Love Recruiters

It was 1892 in Western Oklahoma, my Great Grandfather had settled on a piece of land, not far from the Old Chisholm Trail. He made this his home, in the side of a hill for a while. As he stood out at the edge of the prairie grass, looking out over the wildflowers, locals call Indian Paintbrush, he knew he had traveled far. But more importantly, he had a vision, and he had a passion for what he wanted for his family, himself, and all of those around him.

I was born in Oklahoma, and…

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Added by Dan Rice CPC on June 26, 2012 at 9:00am — 2 Comments

Why We Hate Headhunters

If you are in the recruiting Industry and someone asked you what the role of a headhunter was, how would you explain it?

Ask anyone at random what a headhunter was, and they’ll probably say something like “aren’t they the ones who steal people?

Ask  highly trained executives, and they will say something like “aren’t they the pushy types that call you out of the blue trying to get you to leave your job for some other job they’re pushing-so they can make a killing?

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Added by Ken Forrester on June 4, 2012 at 8:24am — 6 Comments

Why Recruit Military?

If you've ever wondered why your company would want to recruit military experienced personnel or hire military veterans as a core sourcing strategy, this video on our HireMilitary.com blog may be a good first informational step.

Added by Bradley-Morris, Inc. - Delivering Military-Experienced Talent to America's Top Companies on March 4, 2009 at 5:12pm — No Comments

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