In this video, veteran recruiter Barbara Bruno teaches you about the ongoing role of recruiter: how they can help you with your new job, and why you want to keep in contact with them throughout your career.
- You've got the job, that's great.…But now what?…Or the job went to someone else.…Same question, now what?…Let's talk about the ongoing role of a recruiter,…how they can help you with your new job,…and why you want to keep in contact with them…throughout your career.…Let's start with what you should expect…from an in-house recruiter.…Once you're hired, your recruiter has completed…their primary responsibilities…and their focus and efforts need to shift…to open requisitions,…but they're still someone you want to keep in contact with.…
If you experience any problems after you start,…your recruiter wants to know…so they can handle the issue or connect you…with the appropriate person.…And depending on the size of the company,…the person who recruited you could also be involved…in your onboarding, training, performance reviews,…and career advancement with their company.…Take advantage of these opportunities…to really establish your relationship.…It's much the same for third party recruiters.…
When they filled the job,…
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- Define the responsibilities of an in-house recruiter.
- List three benefits of working with a recruiter.
- Name two ways to gain visibility in the recruiting position.
- Explain why it is important to review recommendations on a recruiter’s LinkedIn profile.
- Determine if working as a contractor is more beneficial than working as a full-time employee
- Identify problems after hire and understand the importance of sharing these with employers.