Posts Tagged ‘sourcing’

What’s your candidate strategy?

Anybody that has been to a Greg Savage presentation over the past 18 months or so, wouldn’t have missed one of Greg’s core messages; ‘Not everybody is looking for a job … but everyone is available to change jobs if the right job is presented’. This message was again, front and centre when I watched Greg…

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Beyond ‘free’ LinkedIn: what your $ buys you

Earlier this year, after LinkedIn stated their intention to become a publicly listed company, I wrote a lead article about LinkedIn’s global aspirations and specifically, their intention to tackle the recruitment agency market.     This intention was made explicit when they registered their S-1 Statement with the United States’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)…

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Role specialisation – the new frontier for recruitment agencies to win

Role specialisation evolved slowly in the recruitment industry. The first significant step was separating temp and perm recruitment. Smart business owners realised these two aspects of recruitment required slightly different competencies and as a result the more process, detail and transaction-oriented people were better suited to perm and the faster paced, more emotional and relationship-focused…

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‘Source of Talent 09’ – some thoughts

Last week the first Australian Source of Talent   (SOT) report was released (see details in Ross Recommends below) and it contains a host of fascinating information.    I haven’t had an opportunity to fully digest its contents but I wanted to bring to your attention some initial highlights and make some comments in time…

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