11 results for tag: Barbara Bruno


Extend Job Offers That Will Be Accepted

According to 2020 Glassdoor data, in the United States 17.3 percent of job offers, over 1 in 6 are rejected, reflecting a steady increase in offer rejection rates over the last few years at a time of growing competition for talent. A Robert Half survey ...
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Don’t Interview – Audition

If you want to enjoy career advancement, you will face the daunting task of interviewing. Interviewing is a sales process which is not necessarily in your comfort zone unless you are a sales professional. After being in the Recruiting Profession for ...
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Does Your Hiring Process Hurt or Enhance Recruiting Efforts?

To ensure your company's hiring process is helping recruiting efforts, regularly evaluate and update your process  using a high-tech high-touch approach. Technology can identify qualified candidates quickly, but you also need human interaction. This combin...
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Why Should Someone Hire You?

Why should someone hire you? That might appear to be a simple question, but hiring authorities are tired of asking this question and continually hearing the same answers. If you do not clearly explain why someone should hire you vs. another candidate with ...
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Proactive vs Reactive Recruiting

The best talent to fill your open jobs are often employed, have a successful track record, experience, credentials, and the skills required by your hiring authorities. Most people do not intend to retire from their current job and are often open to listening ...
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What Would Motivate a Recruiter to Call You?

What would motivate a recruiter to call you? That is a question you must confidently answer, if you are serious about career advancement. Your response should differentiate you from other individuals who have similar experience. It should reflect your ...
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How to Recognize Top Talent

Companies are impacted by the increased global competition for top talent, which has escalated with many jobs converting to remote opportunities. Individuals hired either help achieve company goals and objectives or could become a costly turnover statistic. ...
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Recruiters Share Their Thoughts on Job Search During the Holidays

Recruiter Insider: Special Holiday Edition Is December the right time to put a freeze on your job search? Take it easy, relax, get back to the search once the calendar flips... that's what all the job seekers are doing, right? That is a common belief held ...
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Recruiting the Highest-caliber Talent

Finding the best talent is one of the most difficult challenges companies face in today's competitive job market, another is knowing how to retain that talent once they have been hired. Someone who knows a great deal about both challenges is Barbara ...
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The End of the Year is a Great Time to Hire

Many executives view December as a slow hiring time and they dial down their job search thinking they will get back at it with renewed vigor once the calendar turns. That's a huge mistake! There's more competition for talent in January because of ...
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Retention Begins With a High-tech High-touch Hiring Process

Two challenges in today's competitive job market are how to find the BEST talent and how to retain the candidates hired. The demand for top talent will continue to increase as companies compete for highly skilled employees who possess both technical as well ...
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