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By: Samrudhi Ghosh | August 22, 2017

How do you a hire for a client if we are yet to agree on the ideal candidate? This question was rankling in my mind ever since I returned from my big meeting with Cheers and Celebrations, a leading player in the gifts and greeting cards industry, this morning.

The crux of the meeting was this. Cheers and Celebrations was looking to hire a new CEO. Now, most of their employees had grown with the company and had been around for decades. "We need a new pair of eyes to come and change things around here," the founder told us. His second requirement - "We are looking for someone who can double our revenue."

By: Samrudhi Ghosh | August 08, 2017

I woke up feeling surprisingly upbeat for a Monday. Whatever the day had in store for me, bring it on! There weren't a whole lot of mails when I switched on my laptop, so I'm guessing my clients had a work-free weekend as well. I made a few calls and sent a few emails, and everything was going breezy until I got a call from my boss.

"Hi Rids, you have a new client," she said. The gist of the call was this: PC3*, an up-and-coming market research firm, was looking to hire a Chief Technical Officer. The catch? They needed someone to join in a month's time.



By: AxiomRC Recruitment Consultants | June 28, 2016

At 11 AM, I could feel the Monday blues sinking in already. As a recruiter, I have a super busy day. From taking care of client calls and emails to submissions to scheduling interviews, it’s a Herculean task. Add to that, my boss had just come in and given me a new urgent requirement to work on!

How would I get a good conversion rate from last minute cold-calling?

Source: www.jobstreet.com.ph