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5 Things You Should Know This Week

It’s Monday again, and you know what that means–here’s 5 things to get your week started! 1. The Pros and Cons of Texting for Talent: Using texting as a means of candidate… Get the Rest

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4 Reasons Great Recruiters are Great at Recruiting

I was reminded this past week that recruiting is very hard. No, it's not hard to post a job on your careers page and wait for a resume,

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The Most Perfect You

Okay, time to fess up.  I'm NOT perfect.  I know I know... this probably comes as a great shock to many of you.  <ahem, sarcasm>  Recently, I did something

grit

Hire for Grit, Not for Smarts. It’s Science.

When people find out I am a recruiting guy, they ask me, “What’s your favorite interview question?” People think I must have super-secret awesome questions that only recruiters

first class candidate experience

Would You Pay To Get Interview Feedback?

I get my ideas in the shower.  I have a busy life, so it seems like my down time is that solid 5 to 10 minutes I get

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Recruit like a Marketer: A/B Test Your Job Descriptions

If you’ve read it in a blog post once, you’ve seen it re-tweeted, re-shared and re-posted 1000x. Recruiting=marketing. Or to some degree, recruiters should adopt elements of marketing into

internal promotion

The Key To Getting Internal Promotions–The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need.

Brown-noser.  Suck-up.  Kiss-A**. These are the terms you'll hear.  Pay them no mind, white-collar worker.  You're here to win. Those are the stones thrown by the masses who

Makeover

The Recruiter Makeover: 7 Ways Recruiters Can Reinvent Themselves As Marketers [WEBINAR]

Go ahead and skip to the bottom if you're already a dedicated FOT'er to register for our latest webinar! We know—you're feeling stale as a recruiter.  We get it,

Liars

Liars Should Always Be Fired

It happened again last week. A college coach, who was having great success, tried to move on to bigger and better things, only to have it discovered he

Think before you hit send.

Building a Brand or Burning a Bridge? Think Before You Hit Send.

This past month, I had an invitation to speak to an exclusive networking group in DC: Washington Business Journal's Women Who Mean Business.  All executives, all female and they