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Recruiter News Thursday, June 14
- The Complete In-House Recruiter – Best In-house Recruitment Course
- Are recruiters too obsessed with finding flaws in candidates? > Recruiting News and Views @ RecruitingDaily
- 8 Components of a Great Recruiter
- Just 1 hour per day at your desk – for 28 days – online, tutor guided course with daily interaction and support.
- The tutor will guide you through the course ensuring each Unit is finished on time and actions are complete.
- Just 1 hour per day at your desk – for 28 days – online, tutor guided course with daily interaction and support.The ultimate course to train new or existing In-House recruiters.
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Are recruiters too obsessed with finding flaws in candidates? > Recruiting News and Views @ RecruitingDaily
- I kinda get nervous whenever some This is the current state of recruiting thing comes out, because usually its just a marketing asset for some company.
- All the time on surveys like this, youve got recruiters screeching shit like: – – It often feels like the focus is on finding the flaws evenassumingthe flaws must be there, hiding instead of looking for the good and building people up.
- But for decades, weve had no science behind how people come into companies.
- Over time, interviews became a giant lie on both sides.
- Look for the good in people:Recruiting is too much about Oh he job hops!
@williamtincup: Are recruiters too obsessed with finding flaws in candidates? #recruiter #obsessed https://t.co/UNa9pLXoaJ https://t.co/DJ4NF6BcLD
- Its one of the first things I look for when interviewing candidates for a recruiter position.
- In fact, Ive met a bunch of recruiters who were technically awesome at their jobs, but they rubbed most people the wrong way and they failed.
- Great recruiters limit how much they work for freethat is, the amount of time theyll spend with a candidate theyll never hire.
- Great recruiters find ways to make it happen regardless of the limited tools, resources and time theyre given.
- The last thing great recruiters want is to face a question they dont know the answer to.
@SHRMKaylor: 8 Components of a Great Recruiter by @TimSackett https://t.co/hdwaAzr84Z #Nextchat https://t.co/LQ0J8Qd7gU