300 Openings? You Don’t Need RPO, You Need To Channel Sparta and King Leonidas!!

Michael Homula Candidate Pool, Driving Productivity, Michael Homula, Recruiting, Sourcing, Working With Recruiters

Editor’s Note – This post is part of a Point/Counterpoint series related to an upcoming article in Workforce Recruiting, exploring when and how an organization that must recruit 250 to 300 independent sales representatives every year to cover high attrition rates should consider outsourcing its recruiting efforts.  We’ll link to that article when it goes online… 300 sales positions to …

Meet Michael Homula – Covering Talent and Recruiting for Fistful of Talent…

Marisa Keegan Michael Homula

Michael Homula is the founder of Bearing Fruit Consulting, a national recruiting consulting firm based out of Michigan.  Prior to founding BFC, Michael served as a Director of Recuiting/Talent Management for multiple companies in the Financial Services industry.  Back in those days, Michael would remove overdraft protection for any candidate rejecting an offer.  Now Michael has to work at it …

Should You Pound Out Recruiting Calls on Memorial Day?

Kris Dunn Always Be Closing, Candidate Pool, Michael Homula, Recruiting, Sourcing, Working With Recruiters

A guy over at ERE says yes… But Homula’s mad as hell, and seemingly offended.  See clips from Mikey at Bearing Fruit and I’ll let you decide…. "Over at ERE there is a post by David Szary on his blog 3-O’Clock Coffee Break going into some detail about how Memorial Day is the best time to recruit passive candidates.  First …

I’m Gonna Make You An Employment Offer You Can’t Refuse

Michael Homula Always Be Closing, Interviewing, Making Offers, Michael Homula, Recruiting, Working With Recruiters

Everything you need to know about making offers you can learn from The Godfather.  Yeah, I know that is a loose reference to the chick flick You’ve Got Mail, but I am man enough to admit that I dig that movie and other chick flicks like Serendipity and Say Anything.  I digress. Recently, my esteemed colleague – errr – partner …