It was January of 1969, and The Beatles were a mess. The recording of an album tentatively titled ‘Get Back' was meant to be a ‘back to the basics' return to their roots, but personal problems between the Beatles escalated and culminated in George Harrison's walking out on the band.
A great divide separates professionals seeking jobs and the recruiters looking to fill jobs. Many job seekers find recruiters unresponsive, while recruiters complain that candidates are too demanding. Job seekers who understand the different types of recruiters, their roles and their compensation gain powerful insight into the market and an important edge on the search.
Read these five stories to get started on building a better relationship with recruiters in your job search:
Put this step-by-step guide to work and create an effective job seeker-recruiter partnership. Following these best practices will help lead you to a new job – and the recruiter to a happy client.
Arthur Mandell shares insights on why he’d relied on recruiters to help fill positions for more than 25 years.
Recruiters and job seekers each have roles to play every step of the way. Make sure you do your part to get the most out of this two-step.
Here’s a short list of tactics to make the recruiter’s life easier — and increase your chances of landing that job.
To make it easy for recruiters to find you, borrow the online tools they use. These five methods can help you fast-track from unknown to the top of the list.