Strategies for Success in a Candidate-Driven Market

  By Jon Bartos  |    Mon Oct 15, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

As recruiters, we pride ourselves on our ability to clearly understand our clients’ talent needs. We partner with them to find, attract, and hire the hidden “A Players” in their industry. But today, recruiters everywhere are facing a new challenge. What happens when the playing field shifts in favor of...

How to Prevent Candidates from “Ghosting” on the Offer

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Oct 15, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Technology, Trends

Top talent is scarce right now. You don’t need to be a detective to figure that out. You just need to be a recruiter trying to fill one of your client’s job orders. And since talent is scarce, candidates are in the “driver’s seat.” (No matter how much your clients would...

Practical Time Management for Recruiters

  By Steve Finkel  |    Mon Oct 15, 2018

Category: Expert Advice

What does it take to increase your production in today’s market? Certainly skill improvement and changes in methodology, the manner in which you work a desk, are primary. However, improved technique and methodology will not be maximized if enhanced focus and time management are not addressed as well....

In Staffing Customer Service, Little Words Mean a Lot

  By Victoria Kenward  |    Mon Oct 15, 2018

Category: Expert Advice

“No problem.” “My pleasure!” Which of these simple phrases would you rather hear? The difference is subtle, but definite. Both let the customer know that the speaker (i.e., a staffing firm employee) will help them with their request. The first phrase, however, includes the word “problem,” which has a negative connotation...

In Staffing Customer Service, Little Words Mean a Lot

  By Victoria Kenward  |    Mon Oct 15, 2018

Category: Expert Advice

“No problem.” “My pleasure!” Which of these simple phrases would you rather hear? The difference is subtle, but definite. Both let the customer know that the speaker (i.e., a staffing firm employee) will help them with their request. The first phrase, however, includes the word “problem,” which has a negative connotation...

Woman Owned

  By Terri Roeslmeier  |    Tue Sep 25, 2018

Category: Expert Advice

We have been a woman-owned entrepreneurial business for 35 years! It is hard to believe that our 35th Anniversary was being celebrated last Fall. When I started a software development company in the 1980’s, I actually tried to hide the fact that we were woman-owned. Not only was...

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