3 Powerful Chrome Extensions That’ll Accelerate Your Recruitment Efforts

 

Without a doubt, Chrome extensions have become among the most useful virtual tools in providing assistance to a lot of people and industries.

The functionality and benefits they offer have transcended beyond the needs of online readers and searchers. Chrome extensions are now being used as assisting tools in talent recruitment.

Yes, you heard that absolutely right.

If you are among those people who have been looking for the right persons to become the new members of your company, Chrome extensions have a lot to offer you.

Needless to say, there are so many different Chrome extensions available in the online marketplace that can help make your hiring tasks completely easy.  Read more

Recruiters — how are your business relationships?

Building great business relationships is a fundamental skill for any recruiter but what can you do if one of your business relationships is not great?

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Taking a break from recruitment              

So it’s Christmas. And boy am I glad for an excuse to get away from the soft blue glow of my monitor for a while. To be honest I’ve been feeling in need of a break for a while now. It’s been a fair old slog from the Summer, through an industrious Autumn and now it’s time to hang up the Recruiters cape and kick back with the family.

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Why cultural fit shouldn’t be the be-all and end-all when recruiting

Recruiting the right person for a position, any position, is not an easy task. If it were, there would be no need for recruiters and solutions like Recruitment Juice.

Different recruiters approach the mission of finding the right person for the right job in a number of different ways and it can safely be said that this is a field that has been developing for a long time now. New practices and concepts have been introduced over the years, some of them purely theoretical and some more applicable.

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Recruiters: Do you have an engaging daily structure?

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In a busy sales orientated role such as a recruitment consultant, some degree of structure is normally a good thing.

I am no fan of those recruitment organisations that like to structure every minute of your day (naming no names but we all know who they are!) but in my experience, salespeople are normally more effective where they have some structure to their day.

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How does the Autumn Statement impact recruiters?

The Autumn Statement can sometimes be a bit of a non-event with most of the significant tax changes announced in the Budget Statement earlier in the year.

This year had the potential to be very different! Recruiters who place contractors were especially interested to hear what the Chancellor had to say in his speech last Wednesday, after a whole string of rumours and predictions in the build up to the statement.

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How to effectively run and manage a recruitment business

I am not going to pertain to know all the answers. I’ve made plenty of mistakes, but I’ve learnt from them and tried not to make them again. Here’s what I’ve learnt about effectively running and managing a recruitment business

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Why I didn’t fire the client

In my last blog I was writing about “Firing the client”. Since then a few folks have asked what actually happened:

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3 social media tools to help boost your recruitment

Wasn’t the world of recruitment much simpler before Facebook and LinkedIn came along?

Your laser focus network was your tool of the trade. You knew everybody within your managed sector and clients listened to you for advice.

Now they much prefer to push their questions onto the internet as a status update. Your years of accumulated network and expertise are exchanged for a faster pair of hands to connect with the candidate before your client does.

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Are you a LinkedIn loser?

Are you a LinkedIn loser?

Are you a LinkedIn loser?

Recruiters are usually prodigious users of LinkedIn but are they actually using LinkedIn effectively and building credibility and influence?

Many people like to believe they are doing all the right things but how do you really know if you are a LinkedIn super-user or a super loser? (tweet this)

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