Training With a Twist

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Recruiting

What if I told you that some of the best training you’ll ever receive as a recruiter might be free? Sound too good to be true? There’s no doubt that the training offered by today’s top industry trainers is valuable and can do a lot to improve the productivity of your...

Investing in the Development of the Staffing Team: A Win-Win Scenario

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Certification, Education

Recent studies of the attributes desired in employers by new and relatively inexperienced employees suggests a shifting somewhat from the "bread and butter" issues such as salary and benefits to ones that show concern for the development of staff members in general and provide support and encouragement for individual growth...

Advocating Quality Service to Consumers: A NAPS Tradition

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Certification, Education

The National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS) has been a leader in education and certification for a half century. In advancing the importance of the professionalism and ethics in the staffing industry, NAPS has taken an “advocate” position on behalf of candidates and clients served by certificate holders---advancing education, certification...

Do you revise, re-write or reformat your candidate resumes?

  By Diane Skullr  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Recruiting

I posted this question a couple of weeks ago to several groups on LinkedIn that are frequented by recruiters. The results were amazing. Historically, I had always trained my staff to review the resumes and make recommendations to the candidate for changes specific to the job opening. It was then up...

Are You Quitting Now?

  By Diane Skullr  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Motivational

I am going to veer off topic for this month. Normally, I write articles about prepping your candidates for interviews so that they have a greater probability of getting a job offer. After all, you have spent a great deal of time and effort in getting each party interested in...

9 Steps for Conducting a Strong Client Meeting

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

1. Rehearse your presentation: Rehearse a verbal and mental presentation of your meeting. Get to the point where you have memorized the key points that you want to cover. Nothing will add to your self confidence like preparation and rehearsal. 2. Set the framework for the meeting: Say something...

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