We live in #SelfieNation. Photos of who we are, are all over the web. We now want to know who we are talking to, listening to, working with when we communicate online. How can it be any different when it comes to doing business?
“I don’t get it. I have a friend who is always being recruited and I never get a call. How come some people are always on a recruiter’s radar?”
Students who have maximized their internship experience and have used it to truly gain new skills and a better understanding of their field of study, will ultimately interview with a different confidence and knowledge level.
Upcoming Employer Seminar: Digital Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Customers/Employees
Wed, May 16 from 8 am to 10 am with guest speaker Jed Morey
A recruiter should never give a candidate false hope. If you don’t have an immediate opening/search that fits the individual’s skill set, you should let that person know. Be honest in how you can or cannot help them. Remember, as a recruiter your reputation is yours to establish and maintain!