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) nor are many of them using per-diem at this point or so it seems.
We do have several Perm orders but we submit individuals to the clients and they say "we already have them" but for some reason have decided to pass. We find individuals for some of the hard to find perm positions and the facilities aren't willing to relocate anyone..so then it goes up in smoke.
We have had 2 $20K positions that took our candidates to the end of the process and then said they were going to hold off.
Jerry Albright said:Michael - can you maybe shed just a bit more light on the roadblocks you have been facing? From everything I read - Healthcare is up for recruiting. Can you pinpoint a specific area that needs addressed?Are you getting no job orders? Are the fees too low? No enough candidates? Fall offs? What specifically is the problem - maybe we can offer some constructive ideas. (not that messages of hope and good thoughts aren't helpful - they sure are - but let's dig into the tool box and start working on something tangible.)
s, etc, etc). It may take a fraction of a second to hit "send" but it takes a couple minutes to write a thoughtful email response to an individuals unique inquiry (or response to my inquiry). Unless I'm willing to sign up for 16 hour days and working through weekends, there is simply not enough time to respond to the avalanche of response I get daily (both phone and email) for the variety of positions I work on... I am focused on finding a match and don't have time to respond to every person that is clearly NOT showing me respect by thoroughly reading the requirement and replying because they are a clear match. If someone is even close I do take the time to respond, if only to simply say "Thank you for your interest! I'll review your profile and look forward to connecting to discuss further if its a strong match". If you look at my profile recommendations on LinkedIn you'll see that I have a good reputation and am sincerely interested in treating ppl well. I simply do not have enough time each day to respond to everyone that reaches out to me. While I have organizaton, will, and values covered in spades - what I dont have is unlimited time each day to reply to poorly matched candidates flinging their resumes in bulk at every and any requisition that they come across that they think they can do (which they very well might be able to!) but clearly do not have what the client has listed as mandatory in any candidate we submit. Our (and my) reputation is on the line with the client. While I am taking the time to be polite (which I value infinitely more than this post may indicate), someone else is talking to a strong match that will get hired for the req I'm working on. …
re telling the client that the employee you just paid me $40K for isn't the best (in you're opinion...so you're saying the client's decision was a bad one) so you should look at this other candidate who I can't guarantee will take the job and if you love them and they don't I'm not that good at what I do.
Client's don't pay recruiters to submit candidates...they pay recruiters to have the candidate they are interested in say, "YES!"
The recruiters job is to introduce two like minded individuals who are mutually interested and then to manage that process. To send another candidate in is to say to the client, "You made a mistake!" Ouch, my fingers hurt since I'm typing this so aggressively...LOL!…
m confidential as sometimes candidates will mention to a co worker something about a job and the co worker checks it out and gets hired before they get a chance to interview. Protect themselves is the theme.
Tread lightly when contacting several candidates in the same company or the word gets around and you get tagged as staging a raid and people tend to think that you are not interested in them as an individual. If you get one that looks like a good fit. Work with that candidate if he/she is turned down ask them if they would refer someone to you who might have more experience if that is the problem or who might not be as highly compensated. Get two or more candidates from the same company submitted on the same job and you will probably cause more angst than you want to cause.…
ill use their prior professional services (or related) recruiting experience to manage the campus and experience-hire activities in Florida for the fifth largest accounting, tax and business consulting firm in the country. This individual will have the option to be based out of our Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, Coral Gables or West Palm Beach offices.
For more details about this great opportunity, please visit http://jobs.ere.net/jobs/866/.
To be considered, please visit http://www.rsmmcgladrey.jobs, click Career Search, and choose Requisition Number FLOR1686 from the pull-down menu. Submitting your resume is a snap from there. Also be sure to 'answer the call' while you at our Career Site.
If you have additional questions, please feel free to follow up with me directly.…
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