Filling the Talent Pool

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Recruiting

So I've had this idea for a while now. It's a recurring vision and, like the images of a half-remembered dream, it's kind of fuzzy. But it involves recruiting, specifically finding candidates. It involves search engines (something of a given at AIRS). It involves people's names and the strategy we've...

14 Candidate Questions

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Recruiting

How many times has your heart been broken by a candidate that looked good at first and then fizzled as the interview process got rolling? This article provides a template for you or your staff to examine and review when evaluating people. It’s a tool for reducing the amount of...

Contract Staffing The money is great, and any recruiter can do it!

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Recruiting

Every day, recruiters are discovering just how profitable and easy contract staffing can be. Its profitability is tied directly to the fact that many companies have short-term staffing needs, and they are always looking at ways to reduce their overhead costs. Consequently there is a huge demand for professional and...

Tuning out the Noise

  By Neil McNulty  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Recruiting

There’s a ton of buzz going on about the elephant in the room. You know what I mean...let’s not kid ourselves. Not one recruiter or placer I know is not at least concerned about what they are hearing and reading. Ninety five percent of our effectiveness in this...

The Importance of 'You 3.0'

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Recruiting

Last year, in the spring issue of Employment Marketplace, I wrote an article titled, "The Importance of 'You 2.0.'" In that article, I discussed how crucial it is for any recruiter and/or recruiting firm owner to make sure that the services and solutions they offer to their clients are upgraded...

A "Calling", Not a "Career"

  By Neil McNulty  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Recruiting

The year was 1980 and I was a twenty four year old lieutenant in the Marine Corps. My commanding officer, a lieutenant colonel, was giving me guidance as an officer under his command, and he gave me some very good advice. He said that anyone who desires to make the...

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