Thanks to LinkedIn, obtaining backdoor references — those not provided by the candidate — is easier, and riskier, than ever.
We’ve all heard the horror stories of resume fibs coming back to haunt employees — and even CEOs. When submitting your resume it pays to be honest.
Hiring managers may have an ideal for the perfect candidate to fill a position, but it’s important for them to make their hiring expectations flexible.
When writing to decision-makers and recruiters it is especially important to be professional. Email etiquette absolutely matters!
Many job offers hinge on the candidate’s references coming back positive, so it’s surprising when people have not taken the time to thoughtfully choose their references. What should you look for in a reference? Here are some helpful tips.
Nothing’s worse for a candidate than waiting for a couple weeks for feedback on the position for which they were recruited. As recruiters and hiring managers, how do we eliminate this?