Tagged: Recruitment

5 Times You Absolutely NEED to be in Touch with your Recruiter

Throughout the job search process you should expect your recruiter will constantly be in touch with you, but be sure that you also stay in touch with your recruiter.  To simplify communication, be sure your recruiter has your best contact information, your cell phone and email. Let them know when the best times to call […]

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The Crazy Life of a Recruiter

Do you ever wonder what a recruiter does all day long?  If so, I’m going to fill you in on some of the day-to-day ins and outs in the life of a recruiter. Recruiters are driven by getting a job opening filled.  But it’s not quite as simple as finding a candidate and putting them […]

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What is a Sourcer? And, why they rock!

There are more opportunities in Recruiting other than just recruitment and sales. There are account managers, on-site representatives for larger volumes clients and sourcers. A recruitment sourcer assists the Recruiter and Sales team in finding candidates both active and passive in a database, on job boards and LinkedIn. They search through resumes to find the […]

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The Customer Service Conundrum: How Visible Should You Be?

Recognizing good service… Since its inception in 1985, DAVIS has been predicated on providing the best service possible to its customers and community.  If you haven’t read the book “Raving Fans: A Revolutionary Approach to Customer Service” by Ken Blanchard, I would highly recommend it as it has been instrumental in reaffirming our approaches to […]

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My Top 8 Resume Pet Peeves as a Recruiter

As a recruiter, resumes are obviously vital in our search for candidate-job matches. A clear, concise, well-rounded resume can separate someone from the rest of the pack. That being said, there are still many resumes that I would rather not see all together. Below I have compiled a list of my Top 8 Resume Pet […]

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