We are indeed doing "thousands" though we don't release actual numbers for obvious reasons. In terms of performance, we have some headhunters that have sent hundreds of resumes and never filled a job, and some that have sent just a few and filled multiple jobs. Many of our headhunters have filled more than 10 positions.
Hope that helps!
We signed up with them yesterday, I'll let you know how it works for us. So far, it appears a lot of recruiters are in there and not as many jobs.
The power, IMHO, is with the jobseeker who, regardless of the platform and convoluted way in which he/she gets hired, ends up having made the right decision for themselves and performs as expected...otherwise it all falls apart. Everyone else in this theatre of the absurd called recruiting is a workaround
Good afternoon Robert. Rather than have a splits discussion in this played-out thread - I'll join the discussion if you'd make it a new blog topic. I do splits all the time and would love to discuss it.
Robert Green said:
I don't get splits. All of the investment of time working for 1/2 of what you could be earning for a placement seems like a giant waste of time and money. If someone is headhunting / marketing correctly, splits aren't an option. Why would you? Especially if I'm working for a headhunting company and have to already give up 30-60% of my commission, they are even more of a waste. There's no easy street. Just make phone calls and get job orders and fill them and stop wasting time and money on splits. If you're going to do that, just go work in an HR department.