In January, we launched a recruiter newsletter that’s designed to add real value to recruiters by providing insightful content that helps them to recruit better.
Now going out to over 400 recruiters (and growing!) on a 6-weekly basis, the ‘Recruiter Hacks’ newsletter has been a great source of information for consultants at all levels. So, what are some of the highlights from what we’ve covered so far? Keep reading to find out…
Becoming the Recruiter of Choice for your Candidates
This blog focused on the simple but effective ways that you can build better and lasting relationships with your candidates. We want top talent that will remember you, refer you to their friends and ultimately come back to you when they’re back on the market – So how do you establish these relationships? We’ve covered it here.
Best Recruitment Blogs to Follow in 2019
Never underestimate the power of a good recruitment blog! This article compiles some of the best in the recruitment industry that offer tips, tricks and the latest news in recruitment and business development. Using these resources will allow you to be a step ahead of others – see who made the list here.
Myers Briggs Personality Testing
This personality test is extremely insightful and helps when assessing how to work with others, albeit candidates, clients or even your colleagues. You will learn a little about yourself and it should help you to understand your relationships better and how to approach others with differing personality types – just make sure you answer the questions honestly! Take the test here.
Jobs in Recruitment
Looking for a new job in recruitment? Want to know more about the role of a Recruitment Consultant or a day in the life of a Recruiter? We’re always on the lookout for ambitious recruiters to join our teams in Derby, Leicester, London and Leeds. We have an unrivaled training programme that will give you all of the tools you need to be successful – not forgetting our generous basic salary and uncapped commission! Contact our Talent Acquisition Manager, Rachael Bailey, below for an informal chat about a career with ATA Recruitment.
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