Each year we remember at RecruitingBlogs how lucky we are to have all of you. Every day thousands of readers and dozens of writers post and communicate with other recruiters and HR folk around the world through our little site.
We work hard to bring more and more content to you every year. 2014…Continue
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New Haven, CT – September 9, 2014: Recruiting Daily, LLC announced that it has appointed Derek Zeller as a Managing Editor for Recruiting Daily properties including RecruitingDaily.com, RecruitingBlogs.com and RecruitingTools.com. Noel Cocca, CEO and Owner of Recruiting Daily LLC, made the announcement.
“Derek has an extensive background in our industry, and is one of its most talented writers and recruiting technology experts,” Cocca said. “With his unique mixture of technical…Continue
New Haven, CT – January 30, 2014: RecruitingDaily, LLC announced today that it has hired Anna Brekka as a key addition to its global leadership team. Noel Cocca, CEO and Partner of Recruiting Daily, made the announcement.
“Anna’s accomplishments in the industry are well noted and her vision matches ours. Anna provides a unique skill set that’s really a perfect fit for our…Continue
New Haven, CT – October 2, 2013: RecruitingDaily, LLC announced today that it has hired Matt Charney as Managing Editor for RecruitingDaily LLC and RecruitingBlogs.com. Noel Cocca, CEO and…Continue
I did not tell my parents when I was 5 that someday I was going to be a recruiter. After high school I didn’t try to find Recruiting 101 classes. And when I graduated college I wasn’t applying for work at every local recruiting firm I could find. I fell into it. Just like a lot of us. I didn’t want to really sell anything I told myself. Yet every job has a selling side…Continue
One thing I can guarantee is that the first time anyone gets into
recruiting they viewed it as a more noble position than just sales. I
thought this too at first. “I am going to help others” and “people are
going to need this service”. And the first thing I learned is that…