Referrals help you grow your professional network—and recruiters NEVER forget a person who refers top talent—so in this video, veteran recruiter Barbara Bruno is going to help you learn to master the art of referrals.
- Think about how you felt about someone…who gave you a great referral.…Chances are you were grateful…and wanted to do something for them in return.…And there is nothing better than buying a product or service…based on the recommendation from someone you trust.…Well, the same is true as you advance in your career.…Referrals help you grow your professional network…and recruiters never forget a person who refers top talent.…So I'm going to help you learn…to master the art of referrals.…
Providing referrals helps you create…brand awareness with recruiters.…Keep an eye on the job postings made by recruiters…who specialize in your field.…When you see one that is a good fit…for a friend or coworker, contact the recruiter.…Send them a brief email that says…you saw the posting and wanted to recommend someone.…Be sure to include a link to the person's LinkedIn profile.…Then help the recruiter see you…as the expert in your field by occasionally sharing…information relevant to your industry.…
Once recruiters realize you're an expert…
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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.