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5 Things to Remember When Sending Out Rejections

A recruiter recently asked me an interesting question after a webinar I presented on conducting interviews.  She wanted to know the preferred medium for sending a rejection letter.  Should it be done by email, or with an old fashioned letter through the post?  It’s certainly a great question to consider, as it’s a sensitive subject.  What is the best way to deliver the bad news? 

 

The most important thing to remember here is the people you interview are human, and regardless…

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Posted on March 21, 2011 at 11:57am — 6 Comments

Is Your Culture Healping You Recruit Entry Level Grads?

I work with a ton of recruiters and corporations looking to find top entry level talent, and one of the things I get asked the most often is “how do I get recent grads interested in my company?”  If you don’t have the ad dollars to conspicuously place a can of your soda on Olivia Benson’s desk in tonight’s episode of Law & Order, it can be difficult to get the word out about your company.  One of the things entry level college grads tell us all the time is they’re… Continue

Posted on March 17, 2011 at 2:27pm

Does Your Job Posting "Sing" to Gen-Y?

Everyone knows first impressions count.  When you have an interview scheduled with a top candidate do you leave them waiting in the lobby for ten minutes after your meeting is supposed to start, and then greet them with a greasy handshake while you wipe bits of the steak burrito you just scarfed down from the corners of your mouth?  Of course not!  Plenty of top candidates would walk out, and the rest would never return your calls.  Take it from someone who has actually been…

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Posted on December 30, 2010 at 2:30pm

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