called "passive candidate" which may make this more concerning. I received an invitation to an event in Atlanta from LinkedIn to listen to a seminar on Talent Acquisition using LinkedIn. The fine print stated that they reserve the right to refuse entrance to recruiters working with agencies (paying customers who received the invitiation)!
I have also heard from several hiring managers we work with, that they themselves are reaching out to candidates on LinkedIn, but don't get a response. Then they ask us to try the same person for a fee on some occassions as well (and we have been successful). Effective recruiting still requires precise customized execution, so I think it will be a while before LI shuts down the agencies.…
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best practices that I see are from quiet conversations with the people that I know are the true innovators who have a tendency to shy away from the public accolades anyway. They are creative, contrarian and risk takers who know that getting it wrong is part of the process of learning and refining what works vs. what doesn’t They are happy to share the landmines they trod on during that journey where most public best practice sharing seems to reflect more about only successful elements and why their solution has solved world hunger. Not downplaying some of just deserved winners for some of the ideas they have implemented but personally I do not reserve best practice discussions for a public forum or conference but rather I go looking each week to see who is doing what.
That is what I thought networking was for…….No?…
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