In case you missed any of these, here are our five most popular recruiter blog posts of 2013:
5 Reasons Independent Recruiters Don’t Return Candidates’ Calls
Candidates are often surprised to find out that recruiters don’t work for them; recruiters work for clients. This post outlines 4 other reasons why you may not have heard back from recruiters.
3 Ways Agency Recruiters Can Use Twitter for Business Development
Of all the social media channels, Twitter seems to be the least-understood. While many recruiters have figured out how to broadcast job openings via Twitter, they are less sure how (or if) Twitter can be used to find new clients. The answer is YES, you CAN … and this recruiter blog post offers three suggestions for doing so.
Is LinkedIn Killing Agency Recruiters?
LinkedIn continues to be a popular topic in the blogosphere, with many recruiters professing a love-hate relationship with this tool. LinkedIn may be a recruitment ‘game-changer,’ but I don’t think it will be the ‘death’ of recruiting anymore than fax machines or Monster, both of which received the same label.
10 Reasons Employers Should Use Independent Recruiters
After a piece in the New York Times condemning the use of independent recruiters, NPA’s president Dave Nerz offers 10 counterpoints you can use if this discussion comes up with any of your clients.
Three Important Considerations When Starting a Recruitment Agency
Starting a recruitment agency is an exciting prospect, with the potential for high personal income. In addition to having great business and marketing plans, this recruiter blog post contains three other factors that you can’t afford to overlook.
We’ve enjoyed blogging this year and are looking forward to expanding our readership even more in 2014. What would you like to read about? Recommend a topic in the comments below!