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Oct 102015
 

About This Issue . . .

All-Time Favorite: “Definitive Guide to Recruiting”

I’m pleased that I have now started my 25th year as a recruiter. The last 14 years have been spent helping companies in animal agriculture across the United States build great teams. During my career, I’ve been an ardent student of recruiting, constantly reading articles concerning the best practices and current issues in employment.

I recently re-read one of my favorite articles of all-time, from the May 2009 issue of the Harvard Business Review: “The Definitive Guide to Recruiting in Good Times and Bad” by Boris Groysberg, Nitin Nohria, and Claudio Fernández-Aráoz. I’m highlighting the article in this issue of The Animal Science Monitor because many organizations are having trouble recruiting great talent.

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Sep 282015
 

About This Issue . . .

“If You Love What You Do, Then You’ll be Successful . .”

That, perhaps more than anything else, sums up what Don Hunter has learned during his career as an executive recruiter. Hunter certainly loves what he does: he’s been a recruiter now for 20 years, the last four with Dan Simmons at Continental Search & Outplacement, Inc.

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May 202015
 

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5 Ways Working With a Recruiter Can Advance Your Career

There are many misconceptions that exist about candidates working with recruiter. Below are just a few of them:

  • Companies don’t want to hire candidates represented by recruiters.
  • Recruiters are only looking to make a placement fee.
  • Recruiters technically work for the company and don’t really care about the candidate.

All of these things are not just misconceptions—they’re flat-out myths. Working with an executive recruiter can provide numerous benefits for those candidates who are willing to do so.

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Apr 282015
 

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Confidentiality: the Cornerstone of Your Career or Candidate Search

When it comes to finding a new job or finding a new employee, a lot of things are important. However, as is the case with just about everything, some things are more important than others.

One of the things that people generally hold in high esteem in both situations is confidentiality.

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Mar 212015
 

About This Issue . . .

A Recruiter: Your Talent Scout for Star Candidates

Most of you know that I’m a headhunter and at the end of last year, I reviewed the placements I had made and determined who my number-one client was for the year. More importantly, I looked at what they did to be number-one. From this information, you might be able to pick up a tip for building your team.

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