Hi all,We're hosting a free webinar by Jeff Skrentny at 1 p.m., EST tomorrow titled,…Continue
Started Jun 11, 2012
Hi all,Just posted the results of our latest Top Echelon Network Preferred Member poll about companies' attitudes towards hiring. Would love to get your take on the poll and also hear about what…Continue
Started Dec 13, 2010
Hi all, Just wondering what the biggest obstacles are on your desk at the moment. It could be anything . . . clients, candidates, the process itself, etc. Wondering what the pulse is out there. …Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Steven Marse CPC, CTS, CSP, TSC Oct 19, 2010.
When it comes to recessions, recruiters have long pointed out that the unemployment rate for the people they place is traditionally lower than the unemployment rate for the people they don’t place.
And recent statistics appear to validate that point.
According to those numbers, which were recently published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, those with a college degree are enjoying more of a recovery (i.e., landing…Continue
Posted on January 30, 2013 at 3:00pm
If you’ve been a recruiter for any length of time, you’ve heard candidates give excuses for missing an interview—or missing their first day on the job (if they even give you an excuse). And once candidates become employees, they also develop a habit of giving their employer excuses, as well, especially when it comes to missing work.
Job board site CareerBuilder recently released a list of employee excuses for missing work. Of course, this list has been quickly…
Posted on November 1, 2012 at 2:00pm
Posted on September 21, 2012 at 3:30pm
Every recruiter everywhere is doing everything they can to drum up new clients—and keep existing ones.
Should that include making client visits? If so, how many client visits should recruiters make?
To be sure, there are many factors involved. Below are a few:
1.The industry and niche in which the recruiter works
2.The business model of the recruiting firm
Posted on August 24, 2012 at 1:30pm — 12 Comments