Recruiting is often a lonely job. Headhunters want to feel like they are part of your team.
A while back, I presented four great tips for working with a recruiter . . . and now I’m back with three more!
I discussed how the amount of effort it takes to identify potential candidates can affect the difficulty of a search.
This is the seventh recruiting myth: All searches to identify potential candidates require the same work & are of the same difficulty. This myth needs debunking!
Relegating recruiters to only deal with the HR department keeps them from recruiting our people and speeds up the process.
All recruiters work the same way and all of them know how to be Headhunters. This recruitment myth, is just that. A myth! All recruiters do not work the same way.
There are smart ways to cut or contain search costs by Recruiting
A few months later, I was invited by the company’s CEO to meet with their leadership team to help with their recruiting efforts and improve their recruiting process. The first assignment was to fill the Technical Services Rep job.
Recruiters quickly find out if they have competition, even if you don’t tell them. Word travels fast.
Human Resource professionals are often the ones who propagate this recruiting myth. Many HR professionals appear to resent recruiters because they see a recruiter make a call into their company, get a search, fill it in weeks, and then receive a check that equals three to six months of their salary.