I am internal corporate recruiter. Currently, I am sourcing for a hard-to-fill position that there is a limited supply of candidates. I have been asked to make cold calls. I have received mixed interpretations on if cold calling is a violation of the "Do Not Call" registry. I have been told it is selling a job and therefore must be scrubbed against the list. I really do not want to violate federal law nor put my employer in a potentially actionable position.
This is true cold calling. The names I have been asked to call are not coming from a job site database like Careerbuilder or Monster.
Dear Corporate Recruiter,
Thank you very much for the opportunity to interview with you. I look forward to discussing the possibility of creating a mutually beneficial relationship with the company.
I had my second interview with one of the directors over the phone 8 days ago for a job position in a hotel. The interview lasted for about 1.25 hours. And I already sent a thank you letter on the day of the interview. The director told me the corporate recruiter will contact me after 4 to 5 business days from the interview, but today is already the 6th business day and I still haven't hear nothing. I'm worried now, because I want this position badly. Should I send a follow up e-mail?
I'm looking to transition into a role as a corporate recruiter or benefits administrator. I have two years of recruiting experience with a leading agency. If anybody has experience with this transition I would appreciate any tips. Thank you!
By that I mean: In what city is it most difficult to fill positions using either the local talent or by enticing someone from elsewhere to relocate to the area. Also, as a follow on, what is the easiest city to recruit for? I'm concerned mainly with engineering jobs, but the desirablity of a city is probably pretty similar for other white collar occupations, so any insight on recruiting for those positions would be helpful too.
I am a corporate recruiter in Dallas, TX and would like to know if there are any diversity job boards out there where employers can post jobs for free. I'd also be interested in hearing about any diverse professional organizations that allow companies to post their jobs on their website for free.
Females: What should i wear for an interview with a recruiter for an exec office job? i HAVE AN INTERVIEW TOMORROW WITH A RECRUITER FOR A JOB. CORPORATE ATTIRE IS ADVISED. SO I AM NOT SURE HSOULD I SHOW UP WITH A BUSINESS SUIT OR JUST DRESSY PANTS AND A NICE SHIRT?
I was wondering how many job titles one person can have at a job at one time. At my last job of 6 years I was the Program Supervisor and also was the Office Assistant and in charge of Accounts Receivable. My main Title was Program Supervisor but I am trying to get a job in the Administrative field so I want to add Office Assistant and Accounts Receivable to my title on my resume as well. It would look like this:
Program Supervisor/Office Assistant/Accounts Receivable
So my question is, how many job titles is one allowed to have? What should I do? Any suggestions?
I am looking at going back to school and getting a degree in Business. The actually degree is emphasizing Organizational Management and Leadership. What jobs could I get, in what fields?
"If there is one overriding perception of the millennial generation, it's that these young people have great -- and sometimes outlandish -- expectations. Employers realize the millennials are their future work force, but they are concerned about this generation's desire to shape their jobs to fit their lives rather than adapt their lives to the workplace.
Although members of other generations were considered somewhat spoiled in their youth, millennials feel an unusually strong sense of entitlement. Older adults criticize the high-maintenance rookies for demanding too much too soon. "They want to be CEO tomorrow," is a common refrain from corporate recruiters."
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
I am seriously thinking about going back to school and was wondering if you all could help me think of jobs an anthropologist major might qualify for, outside of teaching?
I find them to be people with unstable petty arrogant personalities. And yet, corporate HR people are not any better. They all insist on being in control even though they are often not competent or at all helpful.
I tried a google search and came up empty along with other yahoo answers.
I can only stand up for about 2 hours after that my knees start to feel very "pressured" if that's the word to use, ...rather painful after 4 hours to make things easier. (past injury)
So does anyone know of any job fields that don't require a lot of walking or standing. Even if they require further studying, I would like to know my options.
I live in Tennessee, me and my children are miserable! There are no jobs, we can't even find assistance for Christmas. I am planning to move after the new year. I want to move where i can find a good job and get some kind of help until i can get back on my feet. My kids want to move to Florida. Is there a state in the U.S that is really good at helping single mothers who want to better themselves?
Im about to register to take classes for a hemodialysis technicain certification and I wanted to know what recruiters look for, education wise, when hiring for that position.
What are all the jobs/careers I can have with a communiications degree? I know its very diverse but I need a list of everything I can do if Im walking fresh out of college with a Communications degree.
I would really enjoy a career where I can interview students (i.e., something in admissions). Can anyone give me some examples of relevant jobs?
On a side note, I will be getting my Ph.D. in social psychology. Is it possible to use this to get an admissions job, preferably with a good salary?
Thanks a lot!
I am considering a college change. I have just earned my Associates at Baker College of Flint. I was wondering if there is a more credible college here in Michigan that may be recognized if I search for a job outside of the state or if I were to move further up north. I realized that most of my professors with degrees and CPA certifications have gone to the University of Michigan. Would I be seen as a more credible candidate if I went to U of M instead of Baker? Would it look bad to get my degrees (Associate and Bachelor) from two different colleges? I would appreciate professional answers.