Split Placement Story:

  By Anonymous  |    Tue Sep 09, 2014

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

Recruiting is a difficult business. As a contingent recruiter you have to do the work, take the risk, and invest the hours long before you get the reward. And in today’s world there are 50 competitors looking to take that reward out from under you at a moment’s notice. This causes...

Customer Service That Helps Build a Business, Not Just Close a Deal by Stacy Pursell

  By Anonymous  |    Fri Aug 29, 2014

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

In the recruiting profession, it’s all too easily to become overly focused on closing the next deal. However, focusing too much on that deal at the expense of your overall customer service can be detrimental in the long run. by Stacy Pursell It does mean something, and identifying what it means is...

Impossible Search? Or Are You Skipping a Strategic Step?? By Conni LaDouceur

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jul 30, 2014

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

How do you source for your most challenging positions-to-fill? Are you presenting the most qualified talent or the most available talent? We’ve all recruited for tough-to-fill openings, hard-to-please hiring managers, less-than-competitive salaries, and even not-so-favorable company press. But what if you’re recruiting for a position and you simply can’t...

Just Ask Jeff: You didn't obtain approval from the human resources department.

  By Jeffrey G. Allen  |    Tue Jul 22, 2014

Category: Legal, Recruiting

What Client Says: You didn't obtain approval from the human resources department. How Client Pays: This is a variation of the "preferred list" nonsense. Usually there's something buried in a human resources policy manual that reads like: All employment agencies and executive recruiters shall be referred to the human resources department for approval as...

How the New Industrial Revolution Will Impact Staffing

  By Michael Neidle  |    Wed Jul 09, 2014

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting, Trends

OVERVIEW Staffing is on the verge of one of the largest changes to impact our industry. Last year the Wall Street Journal ran a special section called “A Revolution in the Making” all about the 3D manufacturing which was described as being as significant as the advent of the production line...

Split Placement Story: Skill Trumps Location By Dave Nerz

  By Anonymous  |    Sat Jun 28, 2014

Category: Columns, Recruiting

Recruiters often feel a strong sense of pride about local knowledge. I hear members saying that someone from outside the area would never understand how it works in my market. In years past, recruitment was a local business and in time the chain operations and the flexibility of the work...

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