with 95 - 100% accuracy per hour for their research dollar?
Are they willing to sacrifice quality to get quantity?
Is there a happy median and if so what is the trade off?
These are very good questions and Tom has had some very interesting responses from customers when he asks this question. He'll be leading the discussion over on the MagicMethod network on Thursday, December 4, 2008 beginning at noon EST. Mark your calendars!…
erspective on life, your sense of balance, your understanding of how the various parts and principles apply and relate to each other. It embraces judgment, discernment, comprehension. It is a gestalt or oneness, and integrated wholeness.” ~ Stephen R. Covey quotes…
ntly posted article that reported, according to research 85% of recruiters experience a high amount of stress
Do you feel that you as a recruiter do suffer a lot from stress? What are the main causes according to you? What do you do when you feel stressed? Which solutions are there at hand?
Join us to discuss this at noon today (Tues August 5) at noon EST here.
“We live longer than our forefathers; but we suffer more from a thousand artificial anxieties and cares. They fatigued only the muscles, we exhaust the finer strength of the nerves.” ~Edward George Bulwer-Lytton…
at recruiters do not find (there is a difference). He further declares that this hidden talent pool is at least 30% - 40% of the candidates in each database.
Glen has developed a high level of expertise in sourcing, recruiting, and hiring/placing candidates from ATS-based resume databases, the internet, job board databases and any other system he can get his hands on. His database searching methodology is a systematic process that incorporates probability theory and involves successive and semantic searching tactics employing highly complex extended Boolean queries to quickly, thoroughly and methodically uncover all potentially qualified candidates from the highest to lowest probability of match. He enjoys "cracking the code" of challenging hiring profiles and creating search strategies that quickly allow him to achieve successful hires, with the best candidate, in 20 calls or less using his methodology.
On Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at noon EST (mark your calendars!) The MagicMethod Phone Sourcing Classroom Chat will be led by Glen and the subjects he’ll cover will be Boolean logic, extended Boolean, semantic search, searching resume databases (ATS's and major job boards), Hidden Talent Pools, AI matching (resumes and jobs), JIT sourcing and delivery/Lean recruiting, Talent Intelligence, Talent Warehouses, Talent Acquisition Systems, Internet sourcing, LinkedIn
Glen has two very interesting websites:
Boolean Black Belt A blog focused on all things Boolean
Talent Intelligence A site dedicated to the next evolution of information systems supporting Just-in-time (JIT) Talent Identification and Acquisition.
*Glen Cathey is a passionate recruiting and staffing professional with over 11 years of experience and is currently the VP of Recruiting for a billion dollar staffing firm. His experience spans full life cycle recruiting "at the desk" (as recently as 2006) to hiring, training, and managing large and highly successful recruiting and delivery teams. He’s currently responsible for training and mentoring Information Technology, Finance and Accounting, and Health and Life Sciences recruiting associates nationally as well as developing and delivering firm-wide recruiting strategies, tools, and tactics.…