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This viewpoint may burst some bubbles for most job seekers. It’s a hard reality and needs to be understood by job seekers who have the wrong idea about what recruiters and headhunters do for a living. When one starts a search for a new job, the first professional they may try to connect with is a recruiter. A recruiter would know where to find a job…right? They can take the resume and push it to everyone they know…right? Dead wrong.Read more...
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You’ve applied for a job. You sent a letter, made a phone call, submitted your resume. Perhaps you’ve had an interview. Did you know that when you apply for a job, an employer may ask your permission to do a background check before hiring you? Depending on the employer and the job, that background information might include your employment history, your driving record, criminal records, and your credit report.
Bob McKenzie, SPHR
We’ve all heard the jokes about military intelligence and jumbo shrimp being oxymoronic terms. We have also heard that the words “human” and “resources” when put together are mutually exclusive. Since the “Why We Hate HR” appeared in Fast Company magazine a couple of years ago
Today’s recruiting landscape offers enormous opportunity that if effectively exploited, can land you on the beach in early retirement at the top of the financial food chain. There has never been such a fertile intersection of conditions for the recruiting practice and process. But, you must face certain realities. The recession/depression/economic turndown/recovery (choose your favorite label) presents a long period where recruiters should take stock in what they are doing and what the challenges the recovery will put before them.
Gerard “ Gerry” F. Corbett
Never look a gift horse in the mouth. There has been no time in history where it has been easier or more efficient to sculpt your personal brand to highlight your passion, spotlight your skills and expose, to the world, your accomplishments. The proliferation of platforms has made it possible to deftly create or surface a specific identity that conveys who you are, your particular interests and your ultimate objective in life.
Ira S Wolfe
Do a quick search through job classified ads and it is very likely that accuracy (often veiled as “detail orientation”) will show up as a required skill or trait in at least half of the jobs. The subsequent question then becomes: how can hiring managers accurately assess if the candidate has the ability to dot the I’s and cross the T’s?
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