Best Remark of the Day
"I've interviewed and hired a ton of Recruiters and Sourcers. There are MANY that can talk a good game...within 90 days they have either made it or failed."
~ Paul Davenport
12:02pmMaureen Sharib Everyone read today's topic? What happens when you have a dissatisfied customer? How do you handle it? What do you do to correct things? Are there unreasonable clients?
12:03pmRyan Haire Have them mark any incorrect information on the spreadsheet and send it back if any problems arise
12:04pmMaureen Sharib That's a good idea.
12:04pmRyan Haire I know it should be verified first, but sometimes emails you can't verify until it bounces back. It seems like the researcher didn't provide what the client asked for
12:06pmRyan Haire If you went to your Average VP HR and asked if they wanted to be an HR manager they would typically laugh at you
12:06pmMaureen Sharib I'd be curious to see the work BUT the complaint seems to be a common one - that they were sent the highest levels (easily identifiable mostly on the web) when they needed individual contributors - a common trap sourcers fall into.
12:07pmRyan Haire that was what I gathered from the [post
12:07pmMaureen Sharib Do people think sourcing is easy? Do you think that's why they "take it up"?
12:08pmMaureen Sharib String on ERE
12:08pmMaureen Sharib The remark was made that entry requirements are low... and that this is problematic - agree?
12:10pmRyan Haire barriers to entry are low, but sourcers stay in business from repeat customers.... you can fool anyone once...
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