Veteran recruiter and trainer Barbara Bruno explains what in-house and third-party recruiters really do, and more importantly, what you can expect from them, and what they expect from you.
- Have you ever wondered what recruiters really do,…and more importantly, how to work effectively with them?…Whether it's an in-house recruiter…or a third-party recruiter,…you need to understand their role,…how the process works,…what to expect from them,…and what they expect from you.…A recruiter's role is to fill open requisitions…with the caliber of talent their hiring managers…will hire and retain.…All recruiters should review your credentials…and more importantly, find out what you want to do next.…
They should provide you with details…about the job, company culture,…and people involved in the hiring process,…and the target date to fill their opportunity.…They will be the person who informs you…of required tests, assessments,…reference checks or background checks.…And all recruiters should provide feedback…and discuss your level of interest…throughout the entire interview process.…An In-House Recruiter is often responsible…for surfacing and interviewing internal candidates,…helping to update job descriptions,…
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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.