Tom Sorensen | NPAworldwide
Speed over price, resume racing, fee discounts, poor service to candidates and clients
My dream includes killing off the scourge of contingent, multi-listed-order recruitment. It just drives much that is bad in our [recruitment] industry.
Speed over price, shortcuts, resume racing, fee discounts, poor service to candidates and clients – and recruiters spending 75% of their time on work they don’t get paid for!
It could definitely have been me saying this; the header and the opening paragraphs above.
But it isn’t.
It’s Greg Savage, the Global Number 1 recruitment guru and advisor who said this.
Get pumped, happy or perhaps annoyed and upset by checking out his hard-hitting blog. Google search: greg savage truth
Two silly arguments from hiring companies
The following two bullet arguments come from inexperienced hiring managers and new HR people. Don’t believe it. Read more…
Work for 20 days but get paid for 4 only
Ask yourself how you can run a recruitment business when working 20 days a month but only getting paid for 4 days? Read more…
Would you choose your doctor the same way?
Would you choose the doctor based on how quickly he can do your surgery? Or the doctor who takes his time, operates with precision, and gets you back on your feet in one piece. Read more…
A better spread of candidates?
With the easy access we all have to job boards, LinkedIn, Boolean techniques etc., there is no such thing as a recruiter sitting on hundreds of talented candidates that no one else knows about. Period. Read more…
The million-dollar questions?
How can anyone these internet days think that each recruitment firm has its own unique candidates who are not available anywhere else? Read more…
The truth of the matter?
I want to explain to you why using executive search for candidates at management level often makes a lot of sense. Read more…
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