Recruiter News Monday, April 2 Social media agency, Recruiters, Recruiter & more…
Recruiter News TLDR / Table of Contents
- What it Means to be a Recruiting Superstar by Nature
- Social Media Agency, recruiters, positive candidate experience, Employment specialist Amy, seemingly perfect offers
- At the Job Recruiter
- At the Job Recruiter English conversation
- Recruiter, investment banking, Applicant, different capacity, banking teller
- 5 Lessons on Job Search Success I Learned in College
- Do great work and forge valuable relationships with likeminded people — even when you aren’t looking for a job.
- mass communications majors, job, Mark Anthony Dyson, associate dean, job search
- As recruiters, we know recruiting is competitive, and sourcing millennials can be tough, so there are a few traits recruiters must embody to attract the right candidates: – – If you cannot put yourself in both your hiring managers and candidates shoes, you will lose at recruiting.
- While it can be easy for agency recruiters and third party recruiters to get caught up in a big payday, or a corporate recruiter to want to simply get someone into the role, thats not a great way to approach a new requirement.
- Its so easy, in fact, that 92 percent of recruiters already use social media as part of their recruiting process.
- Know the skill set, know the candidate: Most great recruiters live by this credo.
- Social Hire – the Social Media Agency for recruiters and small businesses.
- Recruiter: I see you’ve been a banking teller for several years.
- Applicant: I’d like to consider moving towards investment banking.
- The bank offers a few night courses but I don’t see this as ideal.
- Recruiter: I would advise you to take what the bank has to offer in the way of career development.
- Try the advisory position for a few months.
- I was not one of those mass communications majors, but when I saw a job posting for a reporter position with a radio program, I decided to apply.
- It also taught me a few valuable life lessons that I still carry with me: – – The associate dean gave me an impressive interview, despite my fear and anxiety.
- I eventually got a chance to work with the dean of the college for a week, and it set up some other related job opportunities.
- Landing a job will require some evidence of your value like the interview I did with the associate dean.
- Without my interview with the dean, I probably would not have gotten the job.
Top Recruiting Courses
Recruitment Interviewing (603 students enrolled)By Bob Bannister
- Identify the best applicants for the role.
- Interview applicants effectively.
- Avoid legal infringements.
- Confidently select the best candidate for Job offer.
Recruitment for startups: How to avoid common pitfalls (89 students enrolled)By Michelle Gyimah
- Really understand who they want to hire by examining why they are hiring
- Get to grips with different employment status which will help them avoid expensive tribunals claims
- Understand the true cost of recruiting new staff - it's not just about wages!
- Sound and look professional when interviewing job candidates
- Stay away from inappropriate questions that land them in tribunal
- Use a system that helsp them pick the best person for the job - based on facts
- Understand how to do reference checks when someone cannot provide a reference
- Save themselves up to £2,000 per employee by doing simple employee checks
Recruiter Training - Hire Top Employees in 30 days (47 students enrolled)By Craig Brown
- Become a hiring hero at your company by finding the right person in record time.
- Free up your recruiting schedule so you can focus on other important areas of your job.
- Free $99 book version of this course!
- Learn about the 'Heavy Door' theory of job applications.
- Evaluate candidates using the 'Cross-Platform Verification' technique.
- Effectively headhunt candidates using Boolean search strings.
- Use the advertising industry's 'Rule of Three' when contacting candidates.
- Create a Talent Pipeline that encourages great candidates to become part of your candidate pool.
- Properly define the role and get buy-in from colleagues 'before' beginning the search.
- Define the hiring process 'before' recruiting begins, and learn why this is important.
- Write an accurate, engaging and precise marketing document (aka Job Description), complete with Call-to-Action.
- Decide where and how to advertise job positions within your budget.
- Evaluate online profiles and resumes for the 'paper test'.
- Effectively screen and assess candidates in the early stages.
- Decide what format final round interviews should take.
- Create a job offer, negotiate salary and check references accurately.