s SHOULD ignore the whole social cabal. It's a pipe dream for many who chase it. We use to have an inside joke at the agency I started in - more of a saying actually. "Anything but dial baby!" as in it's always interesting to see just how many people would LOVE to make a living in recruiting - but they just don't want to call anybody.
As far as chasing the SM Holy Grail - I say go for it. But I firmly believe that not only "can" we ignore the social attraction - most of us should. I use social media for one primary reason - entertainment between calls........…
hers, and avoid it in themselves, are more often the ones who move and shake the world. Refusing a drink costing a job? Not at my company. If someone refuses a drink, I'm likely to think they are not thirsty and nicely autonomous to feel free to make the decision, just for a single item on this list. The rules of attraction are not so clear. Rudeness means making others uncomfortable, and sometimes you have to be rude to win. You don't see much web content on how to do that, but it happens every minute in the real world. …
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tively and quantitatively, than several all racing to shoehorn their candidate into the process. Doesn't matter if that job is for a senior exec or a junior salesperson. The attraction strategy remains consistent as does the benchmarking and candidate assessment. There are numerous other advantages to both the client and the candidates too - which I don't have time to list now.
The only time that contingency is a better option for the client is if speed is critical.
So far, all I'm getting back from most people is indignation at what I've said rather than any coherent counter argument,
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truly believe in the "Law of Attraction" I recommend you read it - it basically talks about "what you think about - you bring about". Helped me get in the right mind set. I also love what a few friends have told me "I REFUSE TO PARTICIPATE IN RECESSION".
I'm also using the extra time to work on certifications and increase my skills/knowledge. Also, I find networking with folks on LinkedIn to be beneficial. Things WILL turn around - it's just a question of when -and when they do, business will be booming for us. I've started my own recruiting biz 7 years ago and have seen the peaks and valleys - it's a valley right now for sure, but the peak will soon come again!
t time too, too long has the candidate experience been a 'black hole affair' time to change.
Believe heard/read somewhere (unfortunately not clear if actually the case) that Starbucks that happen to have 20 million fans on Facebook!! sent US$ 1 vouchers to candidates applying for jobs with them (unsure if only those coming into interview process or all)
Not only did they tie their brand with their company, but imagine if you were given a $ 1 voucher and you wanted to buy something at $ 1.75 - that is $ .75 straight into the coffers of Starbucks, - now that is a talent attraction, business, brand etc, strategy well thought through!!!