is an interesting guy. I talk to him at least once a week and he is a guy who understands how a blog can help his business. He is contacted regularly by people who want his opinion or want his services because they found him via his blog via goole.
He submitted a very interesting lesson he has learned as a recruiter. Here is a little from it:
"For example, imagine that I submit six highly-qualified candidates for the same VP of Marketing job. Usually, four will get knocked out before the two survivors get called in for final interviews. My method allows the final two candidates to have confidential, in-depth calls with the four "dead" candidates before going in for their final interviews. From what I hear, a ton of outstanding intel is traded among these executives."
Link to the Original Post by and the Recruiting Lessons Learned
My question Harry
, is what percentage of candidates agree to this? I was blown away by what you wrote. I can see how this could be very helpful.
Others who have shared their recruiting insight.
Leslie O Connor
The Recruiting Animal
will pick the winner. and we will announce it next Wednesday on the Recruiting Animal Radio Show. David Kippen
is the guest.