That sure is another great technique. We often over complicate things trying to fit a template, when really candidates just want an honest and authentic job description. Personally I find a more relaxed job description a lot more appealing than an overly wordy one. Just tell it to me straight.…
nd designed by recruiters for recruiters it is and has everything you could never need. Having used Adapt, Profile, Microfile; I have to say they are not in the same league. Attract is built on an HTML platform which means it is versatile, flexible and easy to use.
A mornings training will have even the more computer challenged among us, able to use complete all the necessary tasks to improve their performance.
As a recruiter I like to feel I am impartial, however having used Attract HR I would recommend it to everyone.…
Added by Daren Pegg at 12:59pm on December 11, 2008
esome dinner with you, Shally and Amybeth (Sourcing at its finest)-it was great getting to know you and how your mind works.
And, thank you for your mention of me- I may not be "the guru" of sourcing, but I think I might qualify as having been "around the block" and having some different perspectives on our trade. I think it's important for Sourcers and Internet Researchers to hone their acquired skills to adapt to different industries/trades if need be-in this economy it's good to be versatile (and competent).
I look forward to seeing you in 2010!!…