Recruiter Tips



#118: Social Media Usage
Many companies have relaxed their social media policies in recent years. For one, more companies want their workers to be active on social media, and ... 
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#117: Be a Great Employer
To attract top talent, not only to you need to be a great employer but you need to let people know that you are a ... 
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#116: Understand Your Value
Understanding the value that you bring to the table can make all the difference in getting hired. Before interviewing, take a moment to write down ... 
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#115: Do Not Limit Your Resume to One Page
Many individuals believe that their resume needs to fit on one page. It is better to list all your assets and experience so hiring managers ... 
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#114: Check Thank You Emails for Grammer
When sending interview thank you emails, always make sure to check your email for spelling and grammar mistakes. Hiring managers and those on the interviewer ... 
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#113: Chose a Recruiter who Specializes in Your Field
When choosing a recruiter consider one who specialize in your field. Because most recruiters specialize in specific industries and job functions, you will likely have ... 
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#112: Be Open to Contact from Your Recruiter Even After You’ve Landed a Job
You never know when you might need a recruiter again. You can get great support from recruiters, but only when you stay connected. ... 
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#111: Be Open to Suggestions and Coaching
As a job seeker, be open to suggestions and coaching to help you in your career journey. When interviewing, it is always important to be ... 
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#110: Update Your Resume to Mirror the Job Description
When applying for a job, study the job description and any available information you have on the position. Does your resume mirror the words and ... 
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#109: Consider your LinkedIn Profile a First Impression
Consider your LinkedIn profile as a first impression. When designing or editing, always make sure it is free of spelling and punctuation errors. If you ... 
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