As a recruiter, we are in the business of finding candidates for our clients. Scheduling interviews is really hard when you are currently working. I also wonder what type of relationship the employee has with their company. I always tell them to be honest when it comes to interviewing since your company can not fault
Driving to your first interview seems like something of the past. Now, you are sent a TEAMS or Zoom link, and then LIGHTS, CAMERA – ” You are on Mute” Preparing for your first interview is very SIMPLE, just be prepared. If you are not prepared for an interview, you are sending a message, I
Direct Sales Recruiting, LLC has been recognized and certified as a Women Business Enterprise. This is a 3 year certification by the Supplier Clearinghouse for the Utility Supplier Diversity Program of the California Public Utilities Commission. Many clients have benefits for doing business with a WBE like us: Provides Tax Incentives Increased profitability by providing
Recruiting during a crisis – the Coronavirus? Can it be done? I say YES! Clients should be interviewing!
Direct Sales Recruiting, LLC started almost 20 years ago on August 15, 2001. Then one month later, September 11th, 2001 happened. Did we ever think that could happen? No. It was me and one client that gave me a contract and failure was not an option. I was working at home and raising two small
Simple Steps: Prepared for your Next Interview by Deborah Bruno August 21, 2015 It is normal to get excited once you are scheduled for an interview. However, with excitement comes the feeling of nervousness which may make the interview difficult. This is evident especially if you have not interviewed in years. Here are 5 Simple
Stepping Stone or Stepping Pebble? Creating a Foundation for Success by Deborah Bruno, April 29, 2015 As a recruiter for over 15 years, I have the opportunity to speak to many candidates day in and day out with the goal of assisting them with their next career. As I master my profession, I am portrayed more as a career consultant guiding
Should you work with a Recruiter or Not? I have been questioned on several occasions by candidates if they would have a better chance of getting a position if they did not work with a recruiter (me). In my opinion, Candidates have a less chance getting hired if they went direct verse working with a Recruiter.
New Year, New Career? Simple Rules to follow in Your Career Search By: Deborah Bruno, President, Direct Sales Recruiting LLC | Direct HR January 2, 2015 As 2014 comes to a close, we all start to consider all the possibilities in our life that will and can be in the New Year. It is now
Social Media – Personal v. Professional By: Deborah Bruno, President, Direct Sales Recruiting/Direct HR December, 10, 2014 Social Media is a great tool that we all use to connect with everyone we know. We use it to connect, shop, comment, post photos, “like” something to let your circle of friends of their relevancy and let
How to Post your Profile on LinkedIn By: Rebecca Couch, National Recruiter / Website Manager, Direct Sales Recruiting, LLC Dec 10, 2014 LinkedIn can be your strongest tool when searching for a new position, but only if you can be easily found by potential employers and recruiters. Recruiters and employers search LinkedIn daily for top