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.
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
Video Interviewing: How to Nail a Video Interview By: Jamie Presley, Senior Account Manager, Direct Sales Recruiting, LLC Nov, 21, 2014 With the ever changing capabilities of technology, forward thinking companies are opting to do video interviews in lieu of face to face interviews. Whether they are using Skype or Go To Meeting, companies are
Interview Tip: First Interview Do’s and Don’ts By: Ashley Vigliotti, Account Manager & Senior Recruiter, Direct Sales Recruiting Nov, 17, 2014 First impressions are everything, and it works both ways. The job you are applying for will want you to impress them, but also if they like you they will also want to make sure
Dress to Impress – Why Your Appearance is Important on an Interview By: Cynthia Wadolowski, Senior Recruiting Manager, Direct Sales Recruiting Nov 14, 2014 Regardless of what anyone says, when someone looks at you, especially the first time, they judge your presentation. Whether you are on a first date, meeting the parents, or on a
Resume Tip: Contact Information By: Deborah Bruno, President, Direct Sales Recruiting/Direct HR Nov 10, 2014 The content information is the first thing Recruiters look for on a resume. Is your name legible? Is it easy to find? Make sure when you create your resume you have your name, address and contact information appearing on
Resume Tips: Resume Horror Stories October 31, 2014 The Girl with Three Head Shots A personal touch can go a long way in a resume. Being able to catch the eye of a potential employer or recruiter will speed up a job hunt significantly. There are several ways to do this, but often candidates