Improving Recruiter Communication

by Veronica Blatt

Recently, I attended a webinar on cross-cultural communication with Avinash Chandarana. He reminded me of a curiously American habit of using sports-related idioms in our communications. While generalizations can be problematic, as a whole, Americans are extremely sports minded. This comes across in our written and verbal communication with the prominent use of sports idioms and metaphors—even among people who don’t consider themselves sports enthusiasts, and probably without even conscious awareness of it. The use of these idioms can hinder effective recruiter communication with clients and candidates. Read the rest of this entry »

Effective Communication for Split Placement Success

by Veronica Blatt

Recruiters who experience consistent split placement success are effective communicators. They make it a priority to set expectations with their recruitment partner and document the details. If you’d like to incorporate splits, here are some of the topics you need to communicate, preferably before submitting any candidates for consideration: Read the rest of this entry »

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