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HR Recruiters

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What is an HR Recruiter? While the term “HR recruiter” may sound redundant, as both human resources managers and recruiters both find job candidates and get them hired, this job is very specific. Corporate HR recruiters are generally hired by a large company to coordinate the recruitment efforts of the entire company. Instead of working for themselves as headhunters or for a recruitment firm, an HR recruiter focuses their efforts on filling positions within the company that has hired them.

Reference: https://www.recruiter.com/i/hr-recruiter/
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  1. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    13/01/2017
    Resumes are Useless (Almost)
    Resumes are Useless (Almost)Strange words coming from a professional resume writer, but that's a slightly less profane rephrasing of a 2012 article in TechCrunch that promotes HireArt's method of recruiting. Recruiters are all familiar with HireArt, and I, for one, wonder why...
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  2. David B. Grinberg
    Wednesday Wisdom: A MUST READ about LinkedIn...
    David B. Grinberg
    Recruiters, would you accept this from any other service provider?
    www.linkedin.com Truly, would you? Much has been written about the coming LinkedIn changes and it would seem LinkedIn deem the following to be acceptable: At LinkedIn, we're always looking for ways to simplify...
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  3. ProducerWayne White

    Wayne White

    11/01/2017
    50 and over, shall you work again if laid off or loss your present job, inquiring minds would like to know.
    50 and over, shall you work again if laid off or loss your present job, inquiring minds would like to know.Hello to one and all, here is a question: Why is it harder for someone, male or female, at the age of fifty and over to find a good job? I don't mean a part-time or just a job, but a good or at least decent paying job. As a hiring manager wouldn't...
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    Migdalia Burgos
    11/01/2017 #1 Migdalia Burgos
    Hi, @wayne-white.

    Good question.Yes, companies want loyal, competent employees, but there are a few hindrances:

    1) Ageism/prejudice - Let's face it, many managers come with certain attitudes, assumptions that can taint their decision making;
    2) Candidates can be their own worst enemies. - Note that image is everything because - especially if people don't know you - opinions will be based on that first, superficial impression. Looking the part matters. Ex: You could be 55 and look hip or be 40 and look like you're stuck in the 90s. It will make a difference;
    3) Keeping Current - Again, you could be Tom Ford is who is 55 but is always innovating, very creative, and always open to learning; or you could be 40 and set in your ways, not be open to change, training;
    4) Your innate abilities and will - Let's face it. If you show that you're willing to roll up the sleeves and hustle, it makes a difference.

    Note that most hiring managers are NOT strategic when it comes to hiring, and recruiting is totally strategic. They also depend heavily on HR instead of owning the process, and HR is not your best recruiter: They, too, are not strategic. Their main concern is managing employee and company issues, not hiring. They don't know all the roles and their functions, and they shouldn't have to.

    Okay. What does that mean for the average job seeker? You have to forge your own destiny.

    Reinvent yourself. Be open to change. Take MOOCs (many are free). Learn new skills, get up to date on apps, programs, software, methodologies. Small changes can yield big results. If you're in Finance, brush up on FinTech, for example. Just like a product, you have to differentiate and promote yourself. Communicate like all get out. Be strategic and get on social networks and show what you have and connect (really connect) with people. Be where your targets are, and change how you get to them.
  4. ProducerAVISHEK AGARWAL

    AVISHEK AGARWAL

    07/01/2017
    Successfully Sourcing candidates in Banks
    Successfully Sourcing candidates in BanksMy Organisation is successfully placing candidates in Bank & Financial sectors ( Zero costing)Its was very hard for me is Intermediate level to build a platform in this Recruiting Industries.There are many fake & Fraud placement, Training,...
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  5. ProducerWayne White

    Wayne White

    06/01/2017
    Why can't I get hired, yes I asked?
    Why can't I get hired, yes I asked?Here's a question that I asked all the time: Why can't I get hired? I have what an employer needs {or at least what the job description have posted}, experience, good educational background, and loyalty, so why I can't get hired, a good point to...
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    Brian McKenzie
    07/01/2017 #5 Brian McKenzie
    The American HR funnel runs on the ATS & Key words which grant you 6 seconds of attention ~ if you get seen at all. Step far and away out of the Resume - Submit - Wait bullshit cycle. Get face to face. On-line apps are a waste of time. And if they can't figure it out ~ overseas is hiring talent without this techno wall.
    Emily🐝 Bee
    07/01/2017 #4 Emily🐝 Bee
    #1 Criminal history?
    Lyon Brave
    07/01/2017 #3 Lyon Brave
    Oh, actually google temp agencies in your area, they will def find you work.
    Lyon Brave
    07/01/2017 #2 Lyon Brave
    Telemarketing jobs suck, but they hire everyone and there mother if you really need something fast, do phone work.
    Lyon Brave
    07/01/2017 #1 Lyon Brave
    I mean it depends on your background, your criminal history, your location, your competition, your charisma. There are a lot of factors, your age?????????????
  6. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    05/01/2017
    Follow-Up Smart After Your Job Interview
    Follow-Up Smart After Your Job InterviewRodney wanted to know if "the" cover letter and "the" follow-up email are included in my fee. Well, you already know how I responded regarding the cover letter, but it never occurred to me that job seekers want a template for following up after an...
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    Lynda Spiegel
    08/01/2017 #4 Lynda Spiegel
    #2 I'm so glad to hear that, Carolyn! Please check back in and let me know how it goes.
    Carolyn Leigh
    07/01/2017 #2 Anonymous
    Thanks for the advice! I've tried out your thank-you note guidelines for some phone interviews I had this week.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    05/01/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    "As we discussed, I was able to meet a similar challenge" This is the exact concise point of the follow-up - to write down and trigger in the hiring managers mind why you are the best candidate. The closer you can do this to the timeframe they might have mentioned for making their decision, the better. You want your top qualities fresh on their mind as they sit down to make a very complex decision.
  7. ProducerJennifer 🐝 Schultz
    Why Your Job Postings May Be Attracting the Wrong Candidates
    Why Your Job Postings May Be Attracting the Wrong CandidatesDespite the ever changing environment of recruitment, job postings still remain one of the top ways to get the message out that your company is hiring. However, more and more, employers are frustrated with the increasing number of unqualified...
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    Billy Grande
    03/01/2017 #9 Billy Grande
    #7 Oops! SM = Social Media ^^
    Billy Grande
    03/01/2017 #8 Billy Grande
    #7 Hey Jen... Nah I either start my own company or discuss things directly with the owner. I've never really spoken to secretaries or HR people accept on SM sites or during work. Hey I wish I looked like that guy... girls would be queuing up that's for sure! Once he took his makeup off.
    Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
    03/01/2017 #7 Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
    Not sure I understand your comment Billy - thinking it was more of a tongue in cheek response - like you, yourself are an ideal candidate? #5
    Tatiana Lucia
    03/01/2017 #6 Tatiana Lucia
    Thanks for this post.
    Billy Grande
    03/01/2017 #5 Billy Grande
    Congrats Jennifer you found my ideal candidate for a job! I guess that's why I can't work in HR :-(
    David B. Grinberg
    03/01/2017 #4 David B. Grinberg
    Thanks for this good buzz, Jennifer. This is definitely helpful information for anyone in the HR/personnel field, or anyone else who must write a job description. Your excellent tips will definitely help folks to target and recruit the right candidates. I'm sharing this on three hives.
    I look forward to reading more buzz from you in 2017!
    Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
    03/01/2017 #3 Jennifer 🐝 Schultz
    Thanks @Pamela 🐝 Williams sorry you had to experience that and that it is all too common. There can definitely be a disconnect with HR and Management as well as HR being pressured to hire quickly, so they have to rush through the process and end up with a stack of resumes that don't match what they are looking for. As you shared, its a waste of the candidates time and the employer. #2
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    03/01/2017 #2 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    Great post Jennifer and hopefully every HR/recruiter in the U.S. will read it! :-). Okay, that's overstating but the most off-putting experience I had during my job search dealt with a job description that had nothing to do with what was needed. Three 80 mile commutes (one way) later a senior exec finally got it right and we both realized I did not have the skill set for the job. It wasn't totally the recruiter's fault, it was the original hiring manager (no longer with the company) who didn't understand her own project and so didn't understand who she needed. It was so frustrating, especially after I had turned down to other potential positions because it was a 'sure thing'. If I found fault at all with the recruiter it's that they didn't do their homework because it was obvious within 5 minutes with the exec that they needed a full-fledged Data Scientist. So here's a question; shouldn't Technical Recruiters have a basic knowledge of the tech industry? As soon as the exec said; "data encompassing millions of transactions a day", I knew exactly what they needed.
  8. ProducerTom Laine

    Tom Laine

    30/12/2016
    Stop Employer Branding, Start Employee Branding
    Stop Employer Branding, Start Employee BrandingAll kinds of organisations have been going crazy about employer branding the last few years. We've all seen the statistics and mantras - organisations need to build employer brand and make themselves more attractive to become the employer of choice...
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    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    31/12/2016 #3 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    I started doing contract work to scope out bad employers. It's amazing how others seem to view contractors as inanimate objects and the things they'll say about not only the company but other employees. Politics are just part of a job, backstabbing, sabotaging, vendettas are another thing all together. If that is the culture a company has fostered or allowed to grow then I'll fulfill my contract and quietly move on...
    Mohammed Sultan
    31/12/2016 #1 Mohammed Sultan
    @ Tom Laine.First I agree that the reputation of any company is built on their employees personal brands.I wish that the HR would move toward integrating their active role with the org corp strategies to meet their increased need for talent ,and,also, consider strategic planning as a foundation of their planning efforts.To strengthen the employees personal brands people motivation should not be treated as a separate factor,but as a strategy translated into new selection criteria.On the other hand,most talent are very clear about what they do well and can apply their skills in a broad range of industries,and so can't depend on referrals or endorsements.They often consider them a rather high risk and passive forms of promoting their personal brands.
  9. Vanessa Branscome
    Vanessa Branscome
    The 7 Do’s and Don’ts of Working with Recruiters
    www.linkedin.com There are right ways and there are wrong ways of how candidates should work with recruiters. Recruiters are there to help you in your job search, and following these 7 tips will help make the...
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    Vanessa Branscome
    22/12/2016 #2 Vanessa Branscome
    Thank you, Michael!
    Mike Rana
    22/12/2016 #1 Mike Rana
    A good article from @Vanessa Branscome.
  10. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    22/12/2016
    Gillian Barnes
    How Nurse Recruiters Can Make a Lasting Impression on RNs
    inbound.hargerhowe.com As the shortage gets more dire, it ultimately falls to nurse recruiters to find ways to prove to nurses that their healthcare system is the place they...
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  11. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    22/12/2016
    Gillian Barnes
    4 Reasons Why Winter Recruitment Can Provide Top Talent
    inbound.hargerhowe.com Here are some reasons why top talent can be sourced during the early Winter recruitment...
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  12. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    22/12/2016
    Gillian Barnes
    Why Winter is the Time to Start Using Inbound Recruitment Marketing
    inbound.hargerhowe.com Starting to use inbound recruitment marketing during the Winter would ultimately be to your benefit, not...
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  13. George Touryliov
    Once you’ve done all these things, you’ll be closer than ever to sitting back, relaxing and rejuvenating! Happy holidays! You deserve it!
    George Touryliov
    8 Things You MUST Do Before You Go on Holidays
    theundercoverrecruiter.com Who's counting down the days until they go on holiday? Sometimes you can't help but feel like all you ever do is work, work, work... Needless to say,...
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  14. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    22/12/2016
    Whose Career Does Your Resume Really Describe?
    Whose Career Does Your Resume Really Describe?Gary emailed me his resume, and we sat down over Skype to discuss it."Who's looking for the next step in his career?" I inquired. "You?""Of course," Gary stammered, doubtless wondering how I make a living when I ask such silly, obvious...
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    Gerald Hecht
    26/12/2016 #7 Gerald Hecht
    #6 @Lynda Spiegel Thank you so much
    Lynda Spiegel
    26/12/2016 #6 Lynda Spiegel
    #4 Let me know if I can be of help, Gerald
    Mohammed Sultan
    26/12/2016 #5 Mohammed Sultan
    Two things are required from Gary ;First,he has to show the synergy that might exist between his personal and career objectives and the new employer's objectives.Second,he should show the hiring manager why he considers the new role the next logical step in his career advancement?and how he is going to add value to their business.Today,the hiring managers are more interested in the candidates future "core interests" rather than past "core skills".They are interested in people and tasks and in how the candidate will be able to handle them in different situations.The ability of the candidate to differentiate people and tasks and show a balance in meeting both will to a great extent determines his work style and prove his value.
    Gerald Hecht
    25/12/2016 #4 Gerald Hecht
    Thank you Lynda --I am going to make it my New Year's resolution to make more of myself "shine through". It not something that comes naturally to me; but I understand why it is so important to do from reading this...again, thank you!
    Mohammed Sultan
    25/12/2016 #3 Mohammed Sultan
    I think that beBee has a peer group of outstanding talent in resume writing.This talent when driven and integrated or supported by operational experience can help building exceptional careers and keep job seekers sharp,focused and motivated by their core interests and passion to achieve more. We need to combine the best of resumes writing with the best of tech expertise to deliver quick results.
    Wayne Yoshida
    22/12/2016 #2 Wayne Yoshida
    Glad you were able to help Gary. The "before" statements cry out "Where's the beef?"

    I always suggest using the problem - action - result elements for all descriptions of work history - -- and use them for interview responses!
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    22/12/2016 #1 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    The interesting paradox is that this willingness to describe the company, and how the person fit within the overall business, demonstrates how great a team player Gary is, but learning about the company is simply extraneous to a well-crafted resume that has to get the most important points about the person across in a very succinct fashion.

    But when someone edits this type of detail out of their resume, they should paste it into their interview preparation document, as contextualizing what they did, how mission critical their work was, is an important point to discuss during an interview.

    This was such a clear story, @Lynda Spiegel, that should help a lot of people see the change of perspective necessary to navigate the two different sections of the job search process with more efficiency and success.

    Thank you so much for the mentions! It means a great deal to me.
  15. George Touryliov
    Global job site Indeed is taking a look back at some of the year’s key moments, and how they’ve impacted jobseeker behaviour around the world -
    George Touryliov
    2016: The Year in Job Search (Infographic)
    www.socialtalent.co As 2016 comes to an end, Indeed is taking a look back at some of the year's key moments, and how they've impacted jobseeker behaviour around the...
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  16. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    15/12/2016
    Gillian Barnes
    3 Ways Healthcare Recruiters Can Impress Candidates in 2017
    inbound.hargerhowe.com So the question becomes ultimately, how healthcare recruiters bring a personal touch recruiting in...
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  17. George Touryliov
    Recruitment giant Hays shares secrets on how to rise to the top on social media - however, these tips and facts on being socially engaged may be useful for any kind of business.
    George Touryliov
    How Staffing Agencies Can Maximize LinkedIn
    theundercoverrecruiter.com There's no shortage of staffing agencies out there, but few maximise the use of LinkedIn for business building and and general branding.  Trying to keep...
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  18. George Touryliov
    With the new year just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start reflecting and taking action. Here’s what 13 recruitment leaders say recruiters simply MUST stop doing next year -
    George Touryliov
    17+ Things Recruiters Must NOT Do in 2017
    theundercoverrecruiter.com Regardless of who you are and what you do, there is always room for improvement. It's safe to assume that all top-performing recruiters must...
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    David B. Grinberg
    15/12/2016 #1 David B. Grinberg
    Nice share, George. Good buzz!
  19. George Touryliov
    Let’s get back to basics and learn #how to #improve #sourcing #efficiency. Hopefully #these ‘back to basics’ #tips #will #support your #sourcing and #recruitment #efforts.
    George Touryliov
    Back to Basics: Tech-Savvy Sourcing Tips
    theundercoverrecruiter.com It’s been sometime since I’ve shared my insights with Undercover Recruiter (my recent move to Los Angeles with Recruiting Social has been a busy but...
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  20. George Touryliov
    In order to find the best employees you can, you need to be the best interviewer you can possibly be. Here's how you should approach every job interview -
    George Touryliov
    How Highly Effective Interviewers Prepare for Job Interviews: 11 Ways to Hire the Perfect Candidate
    www.inc.com Having great employees starts with hiring great employees--and that means conducting outstanding interviews. Here's...
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  21. Om Parkash Pragani
    Merry Christmas to all Om Parkash Pragani
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  22. ProducerJulia Rutherfod

    Julia Rutherfod

    13/12/2016
    Big Data in the Recruiting Process- Is This a Transnational Phase?
    Big Data in the Recruiting Process- Is This a Transnational Phase?The biggest test that has constantly frequented the HR directors is the large number of natural data accessible for ability procurement. Indeed, HR organizations worldwide are battling this threat with creative thoughts and utilization of...
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  23. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    12/12/2016
    Gillian Barnes
    A Healthcare Recruitment Microsite is Not as Micro As You May Think
    inbound.hargerhowe.com Would you like to learn more about the elements of a successful healthcare recruitment...
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  24. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    12/12/2016
    Gillian Barnes
    How NOT to Write a Physician Job Description
    inbound.hargerhowe.com We have complete faith that all recruiters can write a stellar physician job description, but wouldn’t it be nice if you had writing tips all in one...
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  25. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    12/12/2016
    Gillian Barnes
    How the Best Physician Recruiters Send Linkedin Invites
    inbound.hargerhowe.com We will show you how you too can be one of the best physician recruiters by making the most of both your monetary and time investments on...
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