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Recruiting is a popular career path, perhaps even more so than when I started. I’ve built a luxurious life around being a recruiter, and developed an e-Course to help others achieve the same level of success. For those of you who may be asking, “what does a recruiter...
The stats say it all. More than 90 percent of job seekers use mobile devices for their job search. Over half of them do so before they even get up for breakfast! You can see why conquering mobile recruiting is critical for your success as a recruiter. A potential...
I often talk about how successful you can be with recruiting. But have you wondered why the need for headhunters are needed? For companies, it’s hard to find the best talent, no matter how the economy is. The hiring process can be time-consuming and expensive. A...
Are you currently in recruiting and not satisfied with your salary or the commission you’re getting? All too often recruiters are stuck with a low commission or lousy base pay. I always encourage my success partners in crime who want to know how to make more money....
When I talk about recruiting, I usually go into why it’s such a great career, how you can make a lot of money in recruiting, or about my e-Course, “The Millionaire Recruiter”. What you might want to know if you’re new to the world of recruiting is—what does a...
Everyone wants to succeed; nobody wants to fail. Fear can get in the way of great opportunities if you allow it to. If you’re tethered to your employer, you can break free. Being a recruiter is an exciting adventure—a career where you can be your own boss, create your...
Whether you’re a recruiter or a candidate, the Internet is your greatest asset. As a tech recruiter, I embrace the digital world all the time. LinkedIn, featured in my e-Course “The Millionaire Recruiter”, is excellent for recruiting qualified candidates. In fact,...
This happens to the best of us and will continue to happen. There are many tactics to try and prevent it. However, since you can never fully stop it, it’s best you know how to get out of it. What do I consider a slump? Not one full time placement in 2 months. A...
Recruiting is such an awesome and rewarding job! I’ve been running my recruiting firm for many years and have found more than perfect candidates for many positions. But, I can tell you not every candidate will be perfect and sometimes that’s totally okay. I’m not...
I cover a bit about social media in my e-Course, “The Millionaire Recruiter”. As a professional recruiter, I know that recruiting candidates over social media can most definitely work and be good for business. But tread carefully my success partners in crime. Finding...
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In my e-Course “Recruiting Bootcamp”, I go into great detail about using LinkedIn. Why is it so important to build your LinkedIn network? Growing your network can help you stand out as a recruiter. The stronger the connections are, the more you will stand out. Still,...read more
Rejecting a candidate is something you will inevitably do. It can be helpful because you can point out mistakes they can learn from. For example, if the candidate thinks the interview went well, finding a reason for rejection can provide the person with the right...read more
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