You need to find the right job, but many times those job are not advertised. Veteran recruiter Barbara Bruno shows you how to connect with third-party recruiters to find those hidden opportunities.
- When you're called by a recruiter,…what's your reaction?…Do you instantly respond, "you people call…me all the time", and hang up?…Or do you listen to what they have to say?…The fact is, you need to take time to talk with them.…They may turn out to be one of the best…recruiters in your profession.…Working with a third party niche recruiter,…someone who specializes in your profession,…will help advance your career and expose…you to opportunities not advertised.…
If they're not calling you,…you need to know how to find and connect…with the right recruiter.…It all begins with your professional network.…Ask your connections to share…the names of recruiters they would recommend.…Ask them to describe their experience,…the time it took, and the results.…Take time to find and research…a number of recruiters who specialize…in your profession or industry.…You want to work with a recruiter…who has a track record of success…placing individuals with credentials…similar to yours.…
So look at the job postings and testimonials…on their website.…
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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.