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Recruiters
19
Jun

The Future of Recruitment Documents and the Entire Hiring Process

There are many fields of research and terms that predict a new wave of modernization in the personnel recruitment industry. AI, data analysis software, and talent search techniques are the first to come in line when HR specialists consider their future. Another question arises: what will happen to recruitment documents that support the process? Until...
07
Oct

3 Reasons You Hate Recruiters (and how to find the few good ones)

You’re here because you hate recruiters, right?┬áLet’s face it. Recruiters are not the most popular people on Earth. Heck, James a member of our resume writing team experienced this first-hand because he used to be a technology recruiter in Washington DC. In fact, many recruiters have a terrible reputation among job candidates, often deservedly so....
02
Jul

Reviewing Hired.com – Why it’s a game changer

Look: People that enjoy the job search usually have two things in common: First, they have a seamless, smooth and quick interview process. Second, they have a transparent interview process, involving clear salary/equity/benefits up front and no funny negotiations on the back-end. This is where Hired.com comes into play, as I believe it meets both...
20
Jun

Here’s the Deal with Contract to Hire Positions

Contract to hire… If you’ve been in the job market lately or have had a recruiter reach out to you, it’s likely that you’ve heard the term contract to hire recently. What is a contract to hire position? What does it mean for you as a job candidate and how should you approach a scenario...
29
May

Do HeadHunters and Recruiters cost money?

Do headhunters and recruiters cost money when utilizing them to find you a job? The short answer, is yes and no, it depends on the situation. Typically, there are two types of headhunters/recruiters in the world. One is recommended to work with while I would highly recommend avoiding the other type of recruiter, except for...
28
May

How to negotiate salary with a Recruiter

One of the first questions a recruiter might ask you is what salary are you targeting. It’s an important topic that can really make a break a position for you, or the recruiter, so how you handle this will make a big impact on your future interactions with that specific recruiter. Negotiating rate is something...