Top 4 Sourcing Tools That Even A Kid Could Use

In the world of recruitment, the technology that sourcers use has been changing rapidly.

From the old days of mapping the guest list of an event or via numerous bait calls to companies to searching for candidates on LinkedIn, the work of sourcers has been made easier and faster. And it is still improving every single day.

Here are a list of tools that are not only free but are so easy to use that you don’t need a one-day webinar to learn how to create your profile. Heck, you don’t even need a single minute. They just work.

 

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Has the time come to pay for LinkedIn?

If you are a Recruiter and you are still using LinkedIn for free you have probably got a tough decision to make, either now or in the near future.

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6 steps for handling objections

One of the hardest things to master when becoming a recruitment consultant, is being able to overcome objections. Whether these come from candidates or clients, it’s hard to not take them personally.

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The realities of training in recruitment

Recruiters are always demanding more training and when it’s delivered there is always the flurry of noise from managers claiming the consultants have ‘too much time away from the desk’!

Companies cite training as a positive differentiator in attraction and retention of staff but rarely make reference to the quality & outputs of the training.

In my experience the recruitment sector is divided into two distinct schools, albeit they don’t recognise it themselves.

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Billing Managers: Coaching on the job

Your success as a billing manager is defined more by the success of those around you, than by your own billing success, which is hard for many managers to fully understand.

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