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...

The Internet and Relationships

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

The Internet has changed the way in which recruiters conduct business. That’s no big secret or revelation, but some of the changes aren’t as obvious as others. And the way in which recruiters form and maintain business relationships through the Internet is a change that’s more subtle than most.

ATS Evaluation Assistance

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

Many of you may be going through the laborious and frustrating process of evaluating a new ATS (Applicant Tracking System) for your office. I know this as in my role as the technology columnist for the Fordyce Letter I receive many calls and emails from subscribers asking for my advice...

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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