Not all recruiters are created equal. Some are payroll employees — essentially the human resources department — of the organization that they’re recruiting for. Some are “retained search” recruiters on contract with employers to fill select job openings. Some are more like freelance recruiters, making cold calls to job hunters whose resumes they find online.
Not all recruiters are created equal. Some are payroll employees — essentially the human resources department — of the organization that they’re recruiting for. Some are “retained search” recruiters on contract with employers to fill select job openings. Some are more like freelance recruiters, making cold calls to job hunters whose resumes they find online. Bigstock
Not all recruiters are created equal. Some are payroll employees — essentially the human resources department — of the organization that they’re recruiting for. Some are “retained search” recruiters on contract with employers to fill select job openings. Some are more like freelance recruiters, making cold calls to job hunters whose resumes they find online. Bigstock

Diane Stafford: Recruiters work for employers, not job hunters

January 08, 2016 02:00 AM

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