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3 Things That Kill a Recruiter’s Productivity

Let’s face it – recruiting is challenging. Between sourcing candidates, interviewing them, and submitting them for placements, recruiters must also balance streams of email, telephone conversations, and social media research. Plus, they must collaborate with sales teams to address client needs and align on business metrics. Outside of their offices, recruiters also face a number of industry challenges, including a global talent shortage and new technology trends in automation and...

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It’s Not Always Easy to Be a New Manager, But There’s One Thing You Need to Do to Get Ahead

Being a manager early on in your career isn’t always easy, especially if you’ve never been in charge of others before. Imposter syndrome is real, and sometimes, you might find yourself running a meeting with people above you in both age and experience level thinking, “Am I ready for this?” That’s what happened to Vinit Patel. When he graduated from the University of Maryland 17 years ago, he found himself within a management position at Unilever focused around...

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A fresh welcome to all our stakeholders!

Welcome to Logos Executive Recruitment! This web site you are currently visiting, is one of our most effective means to interact with all our stakeholders like clients, candidates, solution partners and even with our future employees. So please enjoy it and do not forget to provide your valuable feedback, request or testimonials. Your contribution to us improve is always welcome and highly appreciated. Here, at Logos Executive Recruitment, we strive for perfection, day to day improvement and...

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To Keep Interviews Engaging, Use Plenty of Eye Contact

A number of years ago, I was trying hard to get support for an undertaking at work. When I finally got a meeting with a key stakeholder, I was determined to make the best of it. I arrived at the senior vice president’s office prepared to capture and hold her attention. We sat at a coffee table in the corridor of the busy office, and I thought at first this was a good thing. She would probably be more relaxed here, I reasoned. I didn’t realize she would be distracted by the many suppliers,...

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4 Research-Backed Ways to Make a Killer First Impression

Article by Susan P. Joyce Eddie walked away from the interviewfeeling confident. He was poised, answered the questions well, and got a good vibe from the interviewer. When he got home, he would send a follow-up email. A few days later, when Eddie hadn’t heard anything from the interviewer, he realized he had forgotten to send his thank-you email. He nervously typed it up, clicked send, and was surprised to see a reply within 30 minutes. He was thrilled at what he read. The manager...

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10 Steps to an Optimized LinkedIn Profile

10 Steps to an Optimized LinkedIn Profile 1. Create a custom profile URL: Usually, your unique LinkedIn URL will contain gibberish letters and numbers. But you have the ability to personalize it as your own full name! And if by chance that is already taken, try recognizable iterations of your name or initials. The goal is to get a URL that is immediately identifiable as your own. Not only is this an easier way to find your specific page, but it makes returning to the page quick and seamless for both yourself and potential...

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Ways to Promote Your Company Culture to Candidates

  When you’re trying to attract top talent to your organization, one of the best ways to spark qualified candidates’ curiosity is to show off your company culture. But how do you do that? We asked our network for their advice on promoting your company culture. Check out our ten favorite answers below:   1. Don’t Just Tell It – Be It In my experience, companies spend too much time and effort working on how to get the word out about their company culture and not enough time...

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7 Best Recruiting Tools Of 2017

Recruiting tool #1: Automated resume screening Automated resume screening promises to be one of the best recruiting tools of 2017 because it helps solve a major challenge with resume screening: volume. Recruiting survey reports the typical high-volume job posting receives more than 250 resumes. On average, 65% of these resumes are ignored. Automated resume screening is part of a growing recruitment tech category designed to reduce — or even remove — low-value, administrative activities...

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