Unfortunately for humans we are inefficient, mistake prone and expensive when compared to machines and there isn’t anything we can do about it.
The reputation of a recruiter has always been heavily dependent on our ability to fulfil the needs of both a candidate and a client.
A positive culture is not an easy thing to achieve but employers can start by asking themselves this – what are we doing differently for our staff?
Being in Recruitment, I can’t help but draw parallels between the Oscars and the industry I work in on a daily basis.
If you want to be a brand that people genuinely want to work for, don’t let some of the basic fundamentals of your recruitment process let you down.
Tell a joke. This is the 29th suggestion on Blogging Online’s tips for blog success.
When People learn that I’m a Recruiter, often they (unsuccessfully) try to refrain from rolling their eyes and expressing their disdain at “people like me”.
Mention the gender pay gap. Cue a variety of reactions – passionate debate, eye rolls, frustration, and disinterest.
Yes, that’s right I have had 5 jobs in 5 years – They call it “job hopping”.
For those not in recruitment, the phase ‘Monkey off your back’ essentially means making your first placement.