I have been in the recruiting field for 15 years and I am curious to discuss and hear the successes and failures of others as they train junior level recruiters.  My company is hiring a few junior recruiters specializing in Information Technology.  I appreciate any advice that can be shared.

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Well, I will say I am a terrible teacher and therefore have applied a different approach.  I do not hire junior level people due to that reason.  With that being said, hiring professional and experienced staff at this time in the economy, is a huge window of opportunity for the company that is growing.  Managing experienced staff has its own advantages, yet also comes with challenges (processes, etc and change mgmt) required to assimilate them into your culture.  All that being said, I believe hiring experienced staff offers a better value ROI than newbies off the street with little to no experience.

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