Everyone wants to be listened to and understood. Especially if you are a candidate looking for a new job. As our Technical Recruiter Michael Reynolds explains it’s not about the placement, it’s about the person. Watch Michael’s video to hear why it’s so important to listen to candidates’ needs at Making Jobs Placements Personal.
Category: Tips for Recruiters
How to Avoid Being “Ghosted” by Potential Hires
James “Ghost” St. Patrick, the main character in the tv show Power, has a point when dealing with situations you can’t control. However, when it comes to hiring this is the worst frame of mind to have. If you’re a recruiter or hiring manager, you’ve probably gotten “ghosted” by candidates. They suddenly stop all communication with you. It’s […]
When to Let a Candidate Go
In the staffing industry, Recruiters and Account Managers often have a different perspective on a candidate’s commitment to a given open job they are trying to fill. Understandably the Recruiter who has a lot of time invested with a candidate will be sympathetic to their candidate’s desires, requests and schedules. Account Managers tend to be […]
Attracting Top Tech Talent
You hear it all the time in staffing, unemployment for skilled technology workers is at an all-time low, with some markets seeing as low as 1% unemployment. These days, candidates with an impressive array of technology skills have more options than ever and can afford to be picky with the jobs they choose.