There is no question that great marketing recruiters are willing to go out of their way to help candidates with their career aspirations. They also understand the marketing industry like no other. However, there are other personality traits that help separate an average recruiter from a great marketing recruiter.
LinkedIn recently analyzed their data to determine the most promising jobs in finance for 2017. They looked at salary, the potential to be promoted, the number of job openings for a specific position, job growth rate, top skill requirements, and regional availability of positions.
When we were younger, we all dreamed of being recruited right out of school and having a job lined up after graduation. The truth is that it doesn’t always work out this way, however, it doesn’t mean that it can’t happen. You just need to know how to go about the process to make yourself a desirable candidate.
With every new generation of job seekers comes the need to change the approach to how recruiting is done or you risk losing out and failing to connect with the top talent in the job market. Having modern recruiting skills is also just as important for internal recruiters and hiring managers.
To help you get to know the headhunter on the other end of the phone, each month we at IQ PARTNERS profile one of our recruiters by asking them the same 10 questions. This month, meet Toronto headhunter Stephen Lecker.
Every hiring decision you make will have a direct impact on your company, and online or digital recruiting has only made finding great talent even more challenging.
If you are having issues attracting candidates, then perhaps it’s time for a refresh. It’s time to revamp your recruiting strategy and take a new approach to hiring. The truth is that the reason many companies struggle to hire effectively is because they are using dated and ineffective recruiting strategies.