Should You Tell “Everyone” You Meet You’re Looking for a Job?

In this episode of “Is this a Good Idea or a Bad Idea?” ExecuNet Master Class host Tony Vlahos asks Career Strategist Saundra Botts how good an idea it is to cast a very wide net by telling “everyone” you meet that you’re looking for a job?


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Barbara Bruno

Barbara Bruno

Barbara Bruno, author of HIGH-TECH HIGH-TOUCH RECRUITING: How To Attract And Retain The Best Talent By Improving The Candidate Experience, is an internationally recognized recruiting expert who has a proven track record of helping recruiters and talent acquisition professionals become more successful and less stressed. She has created several popular LinkedIn Learning courses and is president of Good As Gold Training, HR Search, Inc., and Happy Candidates.

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