Tagged: Recruiter

candidates are people

Candidates Are People – Not Revenue

After being in the engineering staffing services industry for over 11 years, I have met countless recruitment professionals and even more qualified candidates across the country and across various skillsets. You know that you are speaking to a good Recruiter when the successes they discuss are centered around helping the folks around them, as opposed […]

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What Recruiters Consider an “A+ Resume”

What Recruiters Consider an A+ Resume

Of course there are many ways in which you can write or tailor your resume to a certain audience; there is truly no right or wrong. However, there are some basic areas that recruiters notice, will look for, and be thankful to see on your resume. Some people will have opinions on what not to […]

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How to Find a Genuine Candidate

How to Find a Genuine Candidate

When I say “genuine”, I don’t necessarily mean a kind, charity-giving, family person. Although those qualities are great, what I mean is authentic and honest. Recruiters speak to multiple candidates every day, so finding the ones that truly mean what they say (or what their resumes say) can be a challenge. Often recruiters face the […]

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The Importance of Selling the Job When Recruiting

The Importance of Selling the Job When Recruiting

In this candidate-driven market, if you are not ready to sell your job, you will lose the talent! Candidates are often entertaining several opportunities and current employers are doing everything it takes to retain good people. So how can you make your company, team, and position stand out?

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3 Ways to Deal with the Salary Question

3 Ways to Deal with the Salary Question

Starting in July 2018, Massachusetts new pay equity law will not allow employers to ask job candidates about salary history. In the meantime in Massachusetts, or for the other 49 states, how can you, the job seeker, answer the salary question?

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