I don’t usually talk much about my day job on this podcast, but given the time of year and some of the discussions I have been having over the last few weeks, I thought it would be worthwhile to do a quick episode on how to work with me—or with recruiters in general—from both the employer/client perspective and from the employee/candidate perspective. If you’re interested to hear how a recruiter could help you find the best options out there, then this episode is for you.
Given everything that has gone on over the last two years, I think that more and more people will be thinking about changing jobs (if they haven’t done so already), and this is going to create some opportunities and challenges for candidates and employers alike. If you’re an employer, listen in to hear some key ways you can further your company’s vision and purpose. And if you’re looking for a new job, I also share some helpful tips on how you can find employment that best aligns with your needs and values.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- How recruiters expand your options and access to candidates.
- The challenges of finding the right fit and the benefits of being more flexible.
- Changes in what job candidates are looking for now and how it affects the job search.
- How a recruiter can save you time, effort, and money.
- The benefits of specialized recruiters.
- The importance of understanding the market when hiring or job hunting.
- How to communicate with recruiters and respond to possible opportunities.
- Resume and interview dos and don’ts.
Ideas Worth Sharing:“You have to have something to offer that makes you attractive to potential candidates. Otherwise, the cold reach out is going to be a waste of time.” - Sandra D'Souza Click To Tweet “You can’t control how people will react, but it’s better to be upfront and not hide or lie about things that will otherwise come out in background or reference checks.” - Sandra D'Souza Click To Tweet “My goal this year is to work with more companies and people that are trying to do good, make an impact, and run profitable, sustainable businesses.” - Sandra D'Souza Click To Tweet
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