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Trying to become one of the collective? Believe it is worth trying. Good relationships between colleagues are very important. Here is the list of some best practices and behaviors for building trust. So, the first thing you should remember is that being trustworthy is obligatory, other important points are described below.…Continue
Added by Irene Adler on April 30, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments
A significant percentage of people involved with screening and selecting job candidates fancy themselves detectives, mind-readers, psychics and psychologists. They’re almost always willing to trust their own gut. But not much else slips unscathed through the scrutiny of these trust deficient evaluators of talent.…Continue
Added by Daniel J Smith on November 10, 2013 at 8:44am — No Comments
Regardless if you are in a firm or in an internal recruiting role, trust is the brand you are selling. I have walked into offices of new clients, as well as internal hiring leaders new to work with me who had a bitter taste of past recruiters. 'Tis true...there are bad recruiters who give our industry a bad name. The complaint is often about either promises broken, poor quality of candidates presented, or the favorite act of "Disappearing Recruiter" (where did they go, hello is…Continue
So you have been looking for a new gig for a while and finally you find one that is worth checking out. You get on LinkedIn and see if you know anyone in your network working there now or even in the past. You find out the company is indeed a place you could see yourself in the future and continue to take the next steps. You ask your colleague to make an introduction for you with the hiring…Continue
One of the main concerns about using social media for recruiting is that employees utilizing these tools will take actions that will damage the employment brand of the company. While this is certainly possible, there is also the potential for damage to be done using the telephone, email, or in-person. Perhaps, it is the ever presence of the web or the publicity that well-known brand gaffes have received that is leading to an overabundance of caution when determining how to use these new…Continue
Added by Omowale Casselle on June 22, 2010 at 9:56am — No Comments
Let’s face it, not every prospective candidate who applies will be selected for a job opening. However,the way in which your organization treats each applicant during the recruiting process may determine whether or not your employment brand can continue to attract top candidates.
A recent blog post on Harvard Business Review entitled…
Many CEOs claim to have exceptional intuition about hiring for their executive team. “I know in my gut if someone will be a fit,” they say. Much like the stories of gamblers, who will brag about their winnings (but not tell you about their losses), you only hear about the successful hires.
Too many executive candidates today are good salespeople. They know how to create a good first impression, and hit the CEO directly in the gut with their personality, and win the job offer. A…
Over the past few weeks, Facebook has stayed in the news. While most companies would love the resultant free publicity, many of the stories have not been positively skewed. After introducing new platform changes designed to accelerate the adoption of the social web at their 3…Continue
Added by Omowale Casselle on May 10, 2010 at 10:49am — No Comments
In eleven years of recruiting, I have maintained some pretty long-standing relationships and I feel as though my candidates are candid with me on their views of my performance. And I appreciate that honesty – it has helped me in my never-ending quest to sharpen my saw. But it can sting like mercurochrome at times.…Continue
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