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- 4 Reasons Why You Should Always Check a Candidate’s References -
According to a new survey from SkillSurvey, which offers an online reference-checking solution, 70 percent of hiring professionals always check references for every candidate.
That number is higher than I expected it to be. Beyond verifying dates of employment, what useful information can a reference really give you?
As it turns out, there are a lot of benefits to reference-checking – provided you’re not still stuck in the Stone Age, checking references by telephone. SkillSurvey and other reference-checking solutions have turned the reference-checking process into a valuable component of the hiring process, one that
- Seven Deadliest Sins in Recruitment -
Remaining static in business, in almost any sector, is one of the easiest ways to lose out to competitors today. This is especially true in the recruitment industry, as job seekers are constantly evolving and expect recruiters to adapt too. If recruiters do not rise to the challenge, they will miss out on hiring excellent candidates to those who have developed and modified their approach.
This begs the question, how do recruiters ensure that their recruitment strategies are not negatively impacting on their ability to hire high-quality candidates? The truth is
- How to Outperform Your Competition in 2016 -
I’m not going for a predications blog this year (or any other year come to think of it) but am instead going to share my thoughts on how to outperform your competitors in 2016. Here are my four “simple” steps:
1. Create Content Write a blog, LinkedIn Pulse articles, a client newsletter, articles for your local press; anything which showcases your expertise to your potential client base. Be proactive with your marketing of this content and show off your expert status to candidates and clients on a regular basis. Whatever you write