Aug 1, 2017
Mike Conner is back this week, he and I tackle a listener question from Max in California. Max is interested in our perspective on working with recruiters. Specifically best practices, best approach & some ideas around what has worked for us in the past.
Recruiters - they can be the key to a successful job hunt, or the perceived that prevents success. Mike Simmons and Mike Conner discuss best practices when working with recruiters, and how to identify a great recruiter, on this weeks episode. We also discuss some horror stories we have experienced as part of a hiring project we are currently working on.
It is amazing how early career sales professionals (and even those later in our careers) can miss the easy things. We share some general thoughts on the importance of finding a good fit when working with a recruiter, why building a relationship is critical, and how you should treat this like you would any other complex sale you have managed.
A good recruiter can be worth their weight in gold. If the foundation is not based on trust and clear expectations, how can you expect them to execute?
Please let us know if you would like us to have a recruiting expert join us on a future episode of the Podcast.
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