Posts tagged with ‘clients’

Maintaining client and candidate relationships

maintaining-client-relationshipsOk, so the appointment has been made. You’ve used all your skills, resources and contacts to find the perfect recruit for your client. Both sides are happy. Job done? Well, not quite… In fact, arguably it’ll never be done if you want to be a razor-sharp recruiter as the best results come about through developing and maintaining client and candidate relationships. In the.
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Matching client with candidate

matching-candidatesExperience proves that nothing good can come out of shoe-horning the wrong candidate into the wrong company simply to fill a vacancy. Apart from wasting everyone’s time and the employer’s money, it usually results in both the jobseeker and the client quitting your books. So why do it? Well, probably because it’s a lot easier than putting in the extra work.
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5 ways you can keep your clients happy

keeping-clients-happyAs a specialised recruiter, your job is to make sure that whoever you’re working for is completely happy, otherwise you may not get employed again. Many people who employ recruiters don’t have the facilities within their own team or organisation that you can provide, but as an outsider, it can be difficult to really fit in with what they’re trying to.
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5 tips for healthy client relationships

clientsBuilding good relationships with clients is part-and-parcel of business success. Customer loyalty from those who were satisfied with a good service in the past is cheaper and less time-consuming than forever having to seek out new recruitment leads. And these regular clients should never be taken for granted.  They certainly represent a solid foundation on which to build, and by.
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Managing client and candidate

managing-client Does your job make you feel like you’re constantly being pulled in two directions; trying to keep everyone happy? Well, console yourself with the fact that many recruiters feel the same. The nature of the job means that you’re forever trying to meet the requirements of both the client and candidate. Unfortunately, it’s a fine balance that can leave you in.
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A beginner’s guide to dealing with recruiters

I’m a start-up business so grateful for any work that comes my way and 99% of my clients are a joy to work with, but at what point do you say enough is enough? I’ve read enough blogs and LinkedIn groups where recruiters get pulled apart for sport. Some of it is completely justified, as some of the tactics that.
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