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Recruiting & Candidate Development

Candidate Development is especially critical in recruitment. Even if it's an entry level position, candidates still need to be developed, coached and prepared. Some candidates need hand holding. Some need to be groomed. They can have top notch skills but interview horribly. Or they can have a hard time quantifying and qualifying their experience. At this point some extra hand holding comes in handy. This section holds article addressing all these nuances. Also find updated information on the recruiting trends, insights, tools or resources.
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Increasing Candidate Shelf Life

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State FCRA Laws The most neglected resource in the personnel services industry is our database of candidates.
The database is also commonly considered the most valuable, material asset we possess. Most owners and practitioners would admit that they could do a much better job of keeping their candidate records current.

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The Simple Brilliance of ROBOCRUITER – The Pre-Qualifying Technique

 Some years ago, I had the opportunity to visit the Idaho location of a man whom I consider the best, most complete recruiter in the world. To protect his identity, I will simply refer to him by his first name, Dan. Those of you who know me know of whom I am speaking. I nicknamed him Robocruiter after the 1987 move “Robocop—Part Man, Part Machine, All Cop.” Well Dan was Part Man, Part Machine, and All Recruiter.

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HCX Facts

US investment in the Netherlands from 2000 to 2010 was nine times more than US investment in China during the same period. US investment in the UK was more than seven times more, and in Ireland nearly three times more, than in China. (Source: Transatlantic Economy 2011

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