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6 Habits Recruiters Should Steal from Successful Marketers

6 Habits Recruiters Should Steal from Successful Marketers

Akin to marketing, recruiting is also a complex and multifaceted activity that involves selling. Whereas marketers need to be successful at selling products and services, recruiters’ job entails “selling” job positions to candidates and jobseekers.

Correspondingly, in order to be a good recruiter, you need to start thinking like a marketer. This involves “stealing” some successful marketers’ habits. Let see what some of those are!

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The Biggest Challenges of Managing Remote Recruiters (and how to overcome them)

The Biggest Challenges of Managing Remote Recruiters (and how to overcome them)

At the moment, we are living through a major shift in the way we define the workplace and behave in the work ecosystem. New technological advances and the various changes that they have brought in the way people see their careers have created a new kind of workplace.

One very noticeable aspect of this new workplace is that more and more companies operate almost exclusively remotely, with employees putting in their work from cities, counties and even continents away.

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4 benefits of niche recruitment services

4 benefits of niche recruitment services

Recruitment is a dynamic and changing sector that must adapt to keep up with the ever-changing working culture. Over recent years, with the boom in online recruitment and the power this has given the candidate, the industry has had to become smarter and prove its worth over automated job boards and social media platforms. With this, we’ve seen a rise in niche recruitment services.

So what are the benefits of being a niche provider, and how can the extra cost be justified to clients?

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How to Properly Reward Your Employees

How to Properly Reward Your Employees

When it comes to the employee recognition rewards, most companies tend to reward the five years of loyal service. According to a recent report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median tenure of workers aged 55 to 64 is somewhere around 10.1 years and when it comes to workers aged 25 to 34, the number drops significantly, to around 2.8. This means that a vast majority of the today’s young workers (in particularly millennials) is unrecognised for their contributions.

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Push v Pull management… which one are you?

 

Push v Pull management… which one are you?Some managers need to be constantly pushing and driving their team to ensure sales activity is completed and targets met. Other managers inspire, positively lead by example and assertively empower their teams so they drive themselves when the manager is absent.

Do any of these styles ring a bell?

 

 

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5 top tips for making training fun

This isn’t just specific to the recruitment industry — workplace learnings biggest pain point is training engagement. This is what we class as an employees positive or negative emotional attachment to their training and this profoundly influences their willingness to learn and perform at work.

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To hire or not to hire, that is the question.

For the owner of a small agency, it’s a difficult decision that could take your business to the moon, or send it crashing into the landfill.

For the manager or director of a recruitment giant, it is also what your reputation and future promotions may hang on.

When to hire, who to hire and whether to hire at all?

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Your new team member – The first 90 days – Leading them to success

The first 90 days for any new hire is critical. It’s your role as their manager to lead them to success.

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Repetition: the key to long term success

Recently, I went out with a few people for a meal. It turned out that one of them was in sales. He had no idea that I am a motivational speaker and during the meal we talked about various things but towards the end of the meal this chap (let’s call him Pete) mentioned that he was a bit bored of his job because he has to do the same things over and over.

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