r, we are hearing more and more from recruiters that contractorsare also driving the contract-to-direct trend. Many times, they want try-before-they-buy too so they can check out a company. This is especially common if they have to relocate because they can try out both the job and location before they sell their home and uproot their families. But that's a whole other topic. The take-away here is that, while it may not work in every situation, contract-to-direct is a great arrow for recruiters to have in their quiver as a potential solution to some of their clients' staffing challenges.…
ttle broader you might try: http:// www.risesmart .com/risesmart/blog/career100/
One challenge seems to be that many of the recruiting blogs have become inactive or sold out. For example, MagicPotofJobs and RecruitingFly were acquired by Joel.
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