Posts Tagged ‘recruitment consulting’

Facebook jobs: a massive win for genuine recruitment consultants

Last week we saw the official confirmation of what has been an open secret for some years: Job postings on Facebook. LinkedIn’s dominance in the corporate recruiting world has been unchallenged due its unmatched depth of high skill professionals available on its platform. The price of the not-free LinkedIn recruitment offerings has made it clear that large enterprises recruiting…

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Auctioning Greg Savage and Margie Warrell on eBay

My Mother’s Day Classic fundraising for breast cancer prevention and research continues with a very exciting announcement about two exclusive eBay auctions   to assist reach my fundraising goal of $10,000.     Both auctions are PRIVATE listings so your identity is hidden and protected, as is all your previous eBay activity.     Auction…

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Are you sold on yourself?

‘The first sale is always with yourself. If you are not sold, no one else will be.   Your work before the sales meeting is to make sure you are sold – energetically you need to be convinced that what you are selling is going to provide value to the right client.   Effective sales…

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New Kid Arrives on the Unbundled Recruitment Block

Last week a fascinating new experiment in Australian recruitment services quietly launched.      RecruitLoop  is a pay-as-you-use recruitment service where clients have a choice of how much, or how little, they wish to use ‘recruitment support’ (an external recruiter), based on agreed fees.    It’s a classic unbundled recruitment service model with the five…

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Are you leaking candidates?

It was the middle of week four in my new job. I was the third consultant on a three person temp accounting desk team. My Manager Bronwyn, and Michelle, the Senior Consultant, were finishing their weekly working temp calls.     Bronwyn smiles at Michelle and says, ‘Time to call the sleepers!’     I…

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