Friday, 06 October 2017 by Ash Bennett
Can you believe it! People are already starting to talk about Christmas! Do you remember last January when you started the new year a fresh? New resolutions, lose weight, exercise every day, go on a diet and stick to it, wait a minute…..is that cake? Then there’s work. First day back. New pants (thanks Mum),
Friday, 29 September 2017 by Ash Bennett
As a top performing recruiter, it’s tough to stay at the top of your game, especially when part of your strategy is recruiting passive candidates. It’s a slow burn process but by engaging and communicating effectively with this community of rich and untouched talent, you can be sure that your billings will improve over time.
The importance of being……. Some people just have the knack to do certain things. You can train and coach staff to do certain tasks, certain skills, but under that you have personality traits that you just can’t teach. Some people have them and some people don’t. When you are on the search for a new
I think a dog would be an awesome recruitment consultant. Obviously not an actual dog, that would be ridiculous (or would it? They might get a bit more love on LinkedIn). But there are many traits from man’s best friend that I think ring true in recruitment. Look forward K9 interactions can often be hit
As a business owner, manager or team leader, your team will make or break your company. So, it’s no surprise that recruitment businesses put so much time and effort into hiring the best. From making sure there is the right cultural fit to using social media, there are many tips to hiring the best recruiters.
Lately, I’m finding that email is becoming less and less effective. Of course, we all still use email at work, but many of those conversations that once took place in email have moved to other platforms. From LinkedIn In-mails to WhatsApp to Facebook Messenger. I’ve even heard that SnapChat is making waves for some recruiters!
Generally, most recruiters feel they need to have a good USP or something different than their competitors. I’m sure you’ll have an elevator pitch or something that you think makes you stand out from the rest of the crowd. It’s important to know what makes you different because if you’re promoting your business on this
How to improve candidate loyalty Below are two statement that I think almost every recruiter would agree with: 1 – We are in a candidate led market, driven by a skills shortage in almost every field. 2 – Because of this, candidates can pick and choose which recruitment agencies they want to work with. As
So, as you can imagine, we receive quite a lot of enquiries here at SSG Towers. With them come many questions, ranging from that of the standard nature to the completely random! One of the most common is on the subject of success, for example, “Who is your most successful client?” Cue bragging rights! Don’t
What do candidates want? For a recruiter, you have 2 main types of people to deal with, clients and candidates. Do you know what they want? Really know what they want? The first is pretty easy – your client. They want the best possible employee you can find them and they want to pay