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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/
  1. George Touryliov
    The best way to get the process right is to realize what you’re doing wrong. Here are three ways you’re probably failing -
    George Touryliov
    3 Pitfalls Recruiters Must Avoid in Job Interviews
    www.entrepreneur.com HR people need to sharpen their questions and open up the conversation to get the best talent and the right...
  2. Camila Anderson

    Camila Anderson

    Camila Anderson
    5 Tips for Hiring a Great Web Developer - Allianze Technologies Blogs
    bit.ly Choosing a Web developer for your company may seem a simple task. But if you ask the recruiters, they will say that choosing the right...
  3. George Touryliov
    Mobile recruiting still being so new, it can be difficult to know how to implement it and which technologies to trust. One wrong move and some serious hiring mistakes could be made. Luckily, though, mastering mobile recruiting is easy and comes with plenty of benefits. Here are some tips and tricks:
    George Touryliov
    Mobile Recruiting: Here's the Guide You Can't Live Without
    www.entrepreneur.com Mobile recruiting is a great tool; but one wrong move, and a serious hiring mistake could be made. Here's how to avoid...
  4. George Touryliov
    Hiring new talent is incredibly difficult, but it can be done. So how do you perfect your hiring funnel to really find the right people? Here are a few tips -
    George Touryliov
    How to Hire a Rockstar Team In 2017
    www.business2community.com What is a business if not a group of people working towards common goals? With the right people included in that group, your success is essentially unlimited; with the wrong people, it is doomed....
  5. Javier 🐝 beBee
    Your personal brand - shout it out!
    Your personal brand - shout it out! Learn more at PwC.com - http://pwc.to/1dKBXsF This video will help you see how you can use your assets to market yourself to prospective...


    Brian McKenzie
    20/02/2017 #5 Brian McKenzie
    Damnit, more time in elevators ~ that's what I need.
    🐝 Fatima Williams
    19/02/2017 #4 🐝 Fatima Williams
    #3 Ya we have to make a beBee one. The beBee team are super talented. The sky is not the limit or is it ??
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    18/02/2017 #3 Javier 🐝 beBee
    #2 @David B. Grinberg we have to make a beBee ONE ! :-) Probably our team can do it ! CC @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood @Virag Gulyas
    David B. Grinberg
    18/02/2017 #2 David B. Grinberg
    Very effective video, Javier. Although it could do without the reference to the 'Lumpy Kingdom" as quote @Jim Murray. Still, I've shared in three hives.
    🐝 Fatima Williams
    18/02/2017 #1 🐝 Fatima Williams
    Step up Stand out Great video @Javier 🐝 beBee Thank you for sharing.

    #beBee #affinitynetwork
  6. George Touryliov
    AI has barely hit it’s prime when it comes to the benefits it can bring to recruiting and the talent acquisition world. What are the top 3 benefits from embracing AI in your recruitment strategy?
    George Touryliov
    Top 3 Benefits AI Brings to Recruitment
    theundercoverrecruiter.com It’s that time of year, again. The time of year everyone starts talking about what’s next. What’s next in HR technology, candidate experience,...
  7. George Touryliov
    LinkedIn is making it easier for recruiters to find candidates that they want, no matter the position or type of employment. LinkedIn announced on Tuesday a contractor search filter to make it easier to identify candidates specifically interested in those roles. Now recruiters can query based on those seeking full-time, part-time, internship, and contract jobs.
    George Touryliov
    LinkedIn’s newest feature lets recruiters find contractors
    venturebeat.com LinkedIn is making it easier for recruiters to find candidates that they want, no matter the position or type of employment. The Microsoft-owned company announced on Tuesday a contractor search filter to make it easier to identify candidates...
  8. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    Resume Advice: Who NOT to Listen To
    Resume Advice: Who NOT to Listen ToMany people solicit feedback on their resumes from well-intentioned people who nevertheless are unqualified to weigh in. I recognize that it's more than a bit self-serving since I'm clearly suggesting that I am qualified, but stay with me; I am...


    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    13/02/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    This is expert advice, @Lynda Spiegel. It is truly important to figure out if the person offering advice knows what they are talking about. Do they have any sort of actual experience or credentials or are they just offering the knee-jerk answer that some guy told them 20 years ago?

    People like to be helpful, but a fair amount of what most people say comes from generalizations. An easy way to evaluate is to ask the crucial question WHY? Find out if they have any substantial reasons that your DQ experience is crucial to getting a job in a medical office. I can think of only one reason, and it is very unlikely - that you might be able to build rapport with your new manager because they also worked at DQ to suport themselves during college. However, that tiny rationale just won't cut it, in the short space available on a resume, unless you know for certain it is relevant. Say, perhaps, your DQ supervisor was the doctor's niece.

    I have to add that everything you've said holds true for interview advice, as well. Family and friends mean well when they help you practice for interviews, but they are invested in you, not in objective feedback. It is quite likely they will knock you out of the confident, competence zone with tales of hard interviews they had to endure and worries of how important the money is.

    Be willing to discard advice that doesn't come with solid rationales.
    Brian McKenzie
    13/02/2017 #1 Brian McKenzie
    A girl that bathed in breakfast cereal got to meet the last standing President. Why do I get the unshakable feeling that is what HR is searching for in this day and age?
  9. Melissa Gorin

    Melissa Gorin

    Question for the #SocialMediaGurus and #Experts #Socialmediahelp #Talentbranding #Socialmediaexperts ... see below :-) Melissa Gorin


    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    09/02/2017 #1 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood I think you're the FB go-to guy, any thoughts
  10. Robin Barton

    Robin Barton

    This is one formula that i can get behind! Proofread again and again. Then get a friend to proofread! Robin Barton


    Robin Barton
    09/02/2017 #4 Robin Barton
    Preston, I agree! Then read it backwards, and bottom to top. Something might stick out.
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    09/02/2017 #3 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    Get a friend to proofread is the best. Every time my wife or my friend Brent reads an article that I have written, they can both find a grammar error or suggest a more professional manner of wording. This is no matter how many times I check it. No matter how skilled I make myself, something is impossible to master is "someone else's point of view".
    Robin Barton
    09/02/2017 #2 Robin Barton
    Pablo, awesome examples! Thanks for sharing and giving me a good laugh to start the day.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    09/02/2017 #1 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    I had a CV from a guy who was responsible for "ruining sales all across Quebec," and another who was promoted "sex times" at her old job.

    I think those were typos
  11. George Touryliov
    In order to land your dream job in the shortest amount of time possible, you must learn to use your job search time wisely. Knowing where to allocate your time and energy will help make every minute you dedicate to your job search a productive one. Learn more -
    George Touryliov
    7 Tips for Using Your Job Search Time Wisely | Career Sherpa
    careersherpa.net These seven tips will help you re-prioritize how you invest your job search...
  12. Gillian Barnes

    Gillian Barnes

    Hey Network! I am thinking of writing a new piece on company culture. In a few words, would some of you be willing to answer this question? "How do you think companies can create the best company culture or improve a lack luster one?" I will include a link back to your company if I use your quote!


    Mohammed A. Jawad
    03/02/2017 #3 Mohammed A. Jawad
    When a company remains true to its core, just values, chisels efforts to care its people and make them feel that they all are like members of a family, then there's loyalty, trustworthiness and commitments that erupt from all employees to shape a truthful, integrated and worthwhile company culture.
    Robert Bacal
    03/02/2017 #2 Robert Bacal
    Execs and managers walk the talk, and make personal contact.
    Kevin Baker
    03/02/2017 #1 Kevin Baker
    Be vulnerable carry no baggage. humanaura.ca
  13. George Touryliov
    Technology and data analytics are a critical advantage for human resource leaders that are committed to building and maintaining a high performance sales force.
    George Touryliov
    How HR Leaders Leverage Technology & Data to Recruit Sales Talent
    www.peaksalesrecruiting.com An examination of how HR leaders leverage technology and data to recruit and build a high performance sales...
  14. George Touryliov
    It’s important to understand what motivates each employee – their values, strengths and drivers – so as to engage, develop and retain the brightest and best in the organisation.
    George Touryliov
    What Candidates REALLY Look for in a New Job
    theundercoverrecruiter.com All things being equal job seekers prefer to choose a new role not on the basis of salary or job title but for the sake of the employer brand and...
  15. ProducerWayne White

    Wayne White

    Let’s speak about this interesting acronym {GRIND}
    Let’s speak about this interesting acronym {GRIND}Good day to one and all, yes, I am writing about how, what way and so on to get your GRIND on, yes, a little urban but effective. I have a goal, not to work for another if I can help it and help others with the ups and downs of the job...


    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    25/01/2017 #4 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    #3 Exactly. And unfortunately, they don't teach us that skill, do they?!
    Wayne White
    25/01/2017 #3 Wayne White
    #2 The article was good because if you don't blow your own horn, then who shall, thank you and enjoy.
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    25/01/2017 #2 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    Check out https://www.bebee.com/producer/@wayne-yoshida/blow-your-horns
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    25/01/2017 #1 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    Hi Wayne,

    Interesting points/questions. In a nutshell I'd say the average career ladder worker is feeling more squeezed, finding less opportunity and giving up the GRIND. That's why we still have so many out of work.

    A potential solution? Know your value, find your target companies or occupation, and do more than the GRIND - master the art of selling yourself!
  16. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    "Get Up Offa That Thing," and Upgrade Your Career
    "Get Up Offa That Thing," and Upgrade Your CareerJames Brown implored us to get up "offa [our] things" in order to dance `til we felt better. Dancing does seem to increase those endorphins, but won't we feel even better knowing that our careers have a future? So, what do I mean when I urge you to...


    Lynda Spiegel
    05/02/2017 #8 Lynda Spiegel
    #7 interesting! you're quite the student of JB! I just dance to him
    Mark Anthony Dyson
    05/02/2017 #7 Mark Anthony Dyson
    #5 Lynda, he even owned hotels and a railroad.
    Lynda Spiegel
    05/02/2017 #6 Lynda Spiegel
    #4 You nailed it, Deb. It's not just Google; the paradigm has shifted and most progressive companies understand that relying on a list of skills is a poor way to hire.
    Lynda Spiegel
    05/02/2017 #5 Lynda Spiegel
    #3 Totally agree, Mark, and my apologies for taking so long to respond to yours and Deb Helfrich's thoughtful comments. Interesting info re: james Brown (I LOVE rockin to JB!), and had no idea he was an entrepreneur! Thanks for reading and commenting.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    01/02/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    #3 So great to meet you, @Mark Anthony Dyson. You've got a lot in common with @Lynda Spiegel and I. We are all businesses of 1, no matter the official payroll arrangements.

    And great companies like Google, setup their structures to look past someone's current job description to all the rest of the untapped knowledge within them that can be a source of unknown potential. No one is ever just their current set of tasks. That fallacy is why work is currently so unproductive and unfulfilling. Effective employees have to be allowed to keep growing and learning and reaching for new skills.
    Mark Anthony Dyson
    01/02/2017 #3 Mark Anthony Dyson
    #2 AMEN! Want to add grease to the squeaky wheel (your personal brand)? Look outside the box for the holes. Approach it more as a consultant rather than solely the technician. Follow trends but don't be afraid of the disruption potential of your ideas.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    31/01/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    #1 That is a great value add, @Mark Anthony Dyson on who James Brown was in the hours he wasn't making music. We tend to think entertainers and sports figures have it made and if we only had their talent life would be easy street. But so many of the greats took what they achieved and invested further in themselves and their communities by opening multiple businesses.

    The more diversity we have, across all the meanings of that word, the more robust our lives will be. And if we have a robust life, we are poised to share the bounty with others.
    Mark Anthony Dyson
    31/01/2017 #1 Mark Anthony Dyson
    Loving any and all job search related posts involving James Brown including this one, I understand why he inspires any parallel directly or indirectly. Brown, outside of his recording and performing excellence, by 1972 owned 22 businesses. He envisioned not relying on his gift to solely brand himself or sole reliance on one source of income. All of us need to "Get Up Offa That Thing" and diverse our brands and expand our career trajectory outlook. Think global.
  17. George Touryliov
    Recruitment is a prime candidate for automation through AI and machine learning, but what does this mean for human recruiters?
    George Touryliov
    Does the Rise of AI Mean the End for Recruiters?
    theundercoverrecruiter.com How will smarter machines affect the HR industry? Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change the field and future of human recruitment forever. Recruitment...
  18. George Touryliov
    As challenging as effective recruiting can be for any industry, trying to find high-quality sales talent may be one of the hardest tasks facing any hiring manager—especially for a startup. After all, a world-class sales team can make all the difference in your ability to effectively find new clients, improve customer satisfaction, and grow your business.
    George Touryliov
    4 Candidate Warning Signs for Startups Recruiting Sales Talent
    theundercoverrecruiter.com As challenging as effective recruiting can be for any industry, trying to find high-quality sales talent may be one of the hardest tasks facing any...
  19. George Touryliov
    One of the biggest HR trends of the year is the rise of recruitment marketing. So what exactly is it, how does it help you attract qualified candidates, and how should you measure whether it’s working for you? Ideal presents this handy how-to guide on recruitment marketing for innovative recruiters.
    George Touryliov
    Recruitment Marketing: A How-To Guide For Innovative Recruiters
    www.business2community.com One of the biggest HR trends of the year is the rise of recruitment marketing. So what exactly is it, how does it help you attract qualified candidates, and how should you measure whether it’s...
  20. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    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...


    Mohammed Sultan
    30/01/2017 #20 Mohammed Sultan
    @Lynda Spiegel. Resumes are almost documents of the past.They present the candidate's past core skills ,past education and past experiences.Normally,resumes can't demonstrate the level of intelligence,enthusiasm and the passion of the candidates ,between brackets the candidates future core interests.Today,its
    a realistic idea that you can energize your career strategy by considering the concept of personal branding.The concept is founded on the idea of positioning your core interests and the output of your past core skills.Unlike presenting your past ,positioning means telling your story from the employer's point of view.Giving that every employer has different need your resume should also differ to reflect their need.Here,the candidate should think of two things;first,how the new role can be conceived for the future and in different boundaries;Second, think of how to enhance your worthiness as a creator of opportunities rather than solving problems.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    30/01/2017 #19 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    Since I lean predominantly on referrals, resumes can become merely a legal obligation. A good example of that was when many decades ago I was be lined up for a marketing role - and I was told that I had to wait for the job ad to come out and I simply had to go through the motions of an interview. (Yes I know, terrible isn't it).

    The way HR is presented is often not a reflection of how things sometimes actually play out in the world of HR, (and to the married VP who had an affair with his HR partner I am not talking about you - I will keep that always hush, hush, trust me I have your back) and having experienced other equally incredulous things (often to my advantage - so I am not complaining), that is why now (when it comes to chatter like "personal brand")I have these major eye-rolling moments. A good resume writer is one of the shortcuts to the road less traveled which is ironic as the term "the hidden job market". My favourite eye-rolling HR thing at the moment is the ATS.

    Whether it is resumes or RFP's even beyond the automated human remains (sorry ...HR) systems, the number of times that resumes and RFP's got filed in the round filing system is something I choose not to declare because in resume and RFP terms I invoke the 5th (even though I am not an American). If I were to need a resume I certainly will outsource that - money in the bank as I say, money in the bank :-)
    Devesh Bhatt
    30/01/2017 #18 Devesh Bhatt
    Credentials should not be a reason for rejection.

    They should just be a criteria to check consistency.

    Value proposition should be the priority for assessments.

    Thanks for this wonderful article.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    30/01/2017 #17 Javier 🐝 beBee
    @Lynda Spiegel a great buzz ! "The most successful job candidates, are “inventors and solution-finders,” ... who understand that many employers today don’t care about your résumé, degree or how you got your knowledge, but only what you can do and what you can continuously reinvent yourself to do."
    Gerald Hecht
    15/01/2017 #16 Gerald Hecht
    #15 @Lynda Spiegel I'd love to ...but, it's no longer Open Source...non-disclosure forms, etc.
    Lynda Spiegel
    15/01/2017 #15 Lynda Spiegel
    #13 can you explain in more detail what you mean, Gerald?
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    14/01/2017 #14 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    #11 agreed, and so glad you did that. More hiring mgrs should. "interested and capable of learning" soft skills are huge!
    Gerald Hecht
    14/01/2017 #13 Gerald Hecht
    I've found that ever since I started coding and independently vending (at cost) various ATS implementations ... my resume gets a thorough review much more frequently 💡
    Mike Rana
    14/01/2017 #12 Mike Rana
    When there's a will, there's a way.#11
    Lynda Spiegel
    14/01/2017 #11 Lynda Spiegel
    #5 if that's possible, Mike, sure. But I'm not convinced that AI will ever overtake human intuition. Some of the best hires I've ever made have been outliers who would have never made it through ATS because they didn't match the job requirements at all - they just struck me as being interested and capable of learning.
    Lynda Spiegel
    14/01/2017 #10 Lynda Spiegel
    #6 yes, Jared. That's the whole point
    Lynda Spiegel
    14/01/2017 #9 Lynda Spiegel
    #8 absolutely true. Simply uploading a resume gives the candidate only a 30% chance of the resume being read by human eyes. Network to get the resume read by the right people!
    Brian McKenzie
    14/01/2017 #8 Brian McKenzie
    As long as the resume is submitted via on line web / app portal and funneled into an ATS blackhole, they are indeed worthless.
    Gerald Hecht
    14/01/2017 #7 Gerald Hecht
    @Lynda Spiegel I think everything is and everyone is now at maximum potential by taking as a given that its all a "sharing economy" now --also; we should make sure not to use anachronisms (such as "pre-agricultural barter system" rather than "Internet of Things Based Sharing Economy Human Interface Protocol" (ITBSEHIP)
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    14/01/2017 #6 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    #5 I'd like to do away with the inhuman ATS too. Perhaps that MS-LI system you thought up will do it?! Seriously, getting your "value statement" in front of the hiring manager is the end game, right?
    Mike Rana
    14/01/2017 #5 Mike Rana
    Until we reform ATS so that quality candidates aren't overlooked, resumes are essentially useless.
    Lynda Spiegel
    13/01/2017 #4 Lynda Spiegel
    #1 I think what you've always been told is bad advice! Every person has a value proposition; the question is for which employer? When a candidate is authentic, he or she may not have as many opportunities, but the ones that match the value proposition are the right ones to target.
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    13/01/2017 #3 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    Two statements jump out at me Lynda:

    1. "This means that you cannot and should not tailor your resume to fit a specific job opening, but instead that you be very clear about what your value proposition is" I've been told this so much it's frustrating. Plus there is this little caveat: The Internet. If you have your resume out there anywhere; BAM, you're busted! My diversity is usually my selling point. Some employers want someone who will think outside the industry box.

    "we exhorted employers to look beyond credentials and instead focus on what a candidate had actually accomplished."
    Not only credentials but THINK about how one skill would be so easily transferable and add real value to the job, but also what isn't what they want. This is one reason I think Key Words are the worse thing to ever to hit the search process. Not only when they are missing but when they are misinterpreted. Example: I'm not a Qlikview developer, no where on my resume does it say I developed software or an application; just that I took a developer course so I could Project Manage an application development. I get dozens of "job opportunities" a week for recruiters looking for a Qlikview developer. They are few and far between and I ain't one of them :o)
    Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    13/01/2017 #2 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adding VALUE & RESULTS
    Thanks for sharing, @David B. Grinberg and @John White, MBA. If you hadn't, I would've. This is spot-on advice from real-world experience.

    I love HireArt's method! I tell candidates to go into an interview and DO THE JOB.
    (It may be a bit easier when your title is Business Analyst so I'm inclined to start asking about requirements and giving solutions for, ahem, the job! ;)

    Do it as soon as you can - in a letter, résumé or interview. That's where networking, word of mouth and personal brand come in too.

    This can show your value, skill and interest/enthusiasm. If it's not a job you'd want you won't have much passion for it. Believe me, that comes across. I trained young guys out of college and you can tell they'd rather be anywhere else. Do that in an interview, and you're out!

    Randomly tailoring your résumé for each job waters down your value and will not pass the ATS, as it is looking for consistent keywords.
    Thanks for sharing that hard lesson, @Lynda Spiegel! Again, GREAT post.
    Josh Gater
    13/01/2017 #1 Josh Gater
    We've always been told to change resume ( or CV) to match the job. I never thought of it the way you have described above.
  21. 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...


  22. ProducerWayne White

    Wayne White

    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...


    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.


    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,...
  24. ProducerWayne White

    Wayne White

    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...


    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?????????????
  25. ProducerLynda Spiegel

    Lynda Spiegel

    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...


    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.
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