FEAR: What’s holding you back?
I always like to keep up with recruiting tends, new processes, or anything that will further my knowledge and/or change my way of thinking within this ever-changing industry. One of the recurring themes that keeps appearing, is how much... Read More
Did you know…
Recently I attended a presentation by Alex Goldfayn, author of “The Revenue Growth Habit.” The presentation, which was excellent by the way, and the book, also good, focuses on simple and small habits that you can build into your... Read More
The Importance of Gratitude
When we were young, our parents constantly reminded us to say "please" and "thank you." They did this because they were trying to show us the importance of gratitude. Being kind and thankful helps shape human character for the better and... Read More
Hiring Managers…… Listen to Your Recruiters.
If a recruiter is "worth one’s salt" hiring managers should listen to them when we send a candidate that may not be a perfect fit on paper. After all, recruiters listen to the hiring manager’s needs, understand the work environment... Read More
Recruiters Forget Names…Or is it Just Me?
Let me start by telling you a little about myself. I recruit, I forget names. I thought this would be a common thing among recruiters, but when I attempted to google it, I found nothing. This is completely unlike other recruiting topics... Read More
(In)sane in the Membrane
It’s almost official, as of May 23rd I will have reached my one year anniversary with NSS RPO. To think that an entire year has flown by in the workplace, I reflect on my development and how I transformed into the young professional I am... Read More
Partnership is Key- The Importance of a Recruiter and Recruiting Coordinator Team
As busy recruiters, we depend on recruiting coordinators to help provide support and accountability tracking our busy schedules. A recruiting coordinator is a problem solver and supports the recruiter by scheduling interviews and other... Read More
YOU CAN’T HELP EVERYONE
If you’re a recruiter, being pulled in multiple directions is par for the course. Your Hiring Manager wants to see more resumes, your candidate wants feedback from last week’s interview and Suzy in Compliance wants the OFCCP report... Read More
Are Job Interviews Useless?
On April 8th The New York Times published an article titled, “The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews” in their Sunday Review section and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since. The basic premise of the author, Jason... Read More
Recruiters, be CONSISTENTLY CONSISTENT if you want to be a GREAT Recruiter!
Come on people, recruiting is not rocket science. After all, most recruiters start with no experience right out of college. With that said, most recruiters don’t make it 2 years. Of the ones that do make it, half are just mediocre. ... Read More