how to find the right candidates by gathering the information I need from my clients. However its not just a case of building a database. Its about building a reputation and having people approach you when they are looking for work or people because you have the right connections/knowledge they need.
A specialist should always fill a position in their technical area much quicker than a general recruiter who picks the job up and goes about their standard recruitment practice with it in my mind.
If they dont then they aren't much of a specialist :-)…
nt who told her boss she was not comfortable with changing the recruiters titles to talent acquisition specialists because A. They were not specialized in talent and B. She wanted them to do recruiting instead of thinking they were acquiring and or owning people.
Talent Acquisition Specialists ...rise up , revolt demand to be called something that doesn't make you sound like a flaming phony.
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m aware of NJ Recruit & NewJerseyRecruiter on Yahoo)
Can you recommend any local recruiting groups or networks that you've found resourceful? Since I work in New Hampshire, I do not have that information and feel it's helpful to reach out to folks like you that live in the area to find out.
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st recruiters as they invariably did not waste my time and delivered well briefed quality candidates.
Also specialists can access the near to market candidates rather than those relying more on those who are perhaps in more than a few cases getting a bit desperate.
That said I guess those of us who focus on the niche have come across opportunities with clients and placed accordingly when we have come across the right candidate.
Last point - perhaps just been my experience or perception but the specialists tend to include more of those who have actually - managed people or done the job they are recruiting for. Always amazed me when I was the client and some of the big firms sent in their new grads who had no experience at all of the business I was in and had little work experience let alone ever had to hire anyone themselves or manage them. I had a client recently who said of one of my competitors (one of the high street firms) that at least with me he could meet me over a drink and go through his needs as he did not believe they were old enough for the pub...…
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