Knowing where your candidates are and how to search for them is crucial for any HR/Recruiter. Where and how you would search will depend on the types of professionals you’re looking for, but let’s take a look at some of the most popular places and methods to find candidates. Would be to ask for referrals from professionals that you know that are go...

I know how disappointing it may be when you get to the offer stage with your candidate and they decline. You may have worked with this candidate up to a month or sometimes even longer and then they decide not to accept this job offer or accept another one. While it’s not possible to always prevent candidates from dropping out it is possible to prev...

Just like in any relationship people appreciate when you care about them. Recruiting is no different. If you’re aiming to be in this for the long haul you have to think about not only filling your positions, but having solid relationships with your Clients and Candidates. Your Clients and Candidates have to trust you. When dealing with Clients it’s...

Today's blog post is going to have lots of useful information on how to improve your interviewing process for candidates which as a result will get you more placements. However, since I wanted you to have all of the best information at hand I've provided quite a bit of material for you to consider :) but I promise you, if you read through it and ap...

What's In It For Me? This is the #1 question a candidate would ask themselves if they're approached by you (the recruiter). And in our message to them, we typically don’t answer that question for them. Furthermore, we are not even aware they’re asking it :) But if we are aware of this question this totally changes how we position ourselves as a com...