10 Articles Recruiters Shared The Most This Week

June 27, 2014

In case you need a stimulating read, here’s a great list for you.

We took a look at the articles staffing and corporate recruiters shared the most on LinkedIn during the last 7 days and posted them below.

There is definitely a common theme this week – many of the posts bring up the issue that recruiters need to get more respect. Have a look at Adam Burton’s post to read a very personal reflection on the ups and downs of being a recruiter. On the flip side, if you feel like venting about jobseekers and what ticks you off about them, take a look at James Witcombe’s post.

Finally, the can’t miss piece for me is Cameron Keng’s analysis that employees who don’t switch jobs get an average annual raise of 2%. Job hoppers on the other hand, get upward of 10-20% raise with every move.

Here are the rest of the top posts for this week:

  1. The 5 Best Questions a Job Candidate Can Ask – by Jeff Haden

  2. Respect the Recruiter – by Manoj Thelakkat

  3. Employees Who Stay In Companies Longer Than Two Years Get Paid 50% Less – by Cameron Keng

  4. 5 Tips for How to Explain Gaps in Your Employment History – by Bronwen Hann

  5. Breaking News....Sometimes Recruiters are the Good Guys – by Adam Burton

  6. Candidate Behaviour That Really Puts Me Off – by James Witcombe

  7. Got What it Takes to be a Recruiter? Answer These 4 Questions to Find out! – by Debbie Dickerson

  8. 6 Things Job Seekers Do That Hiring Managers LOVE – by Tracey Parsons

  9. 5 Signs That You're Dealing with a Good Recruiter – by Louis Borg

  10. How Companies Invite Candidates to Reject Their Opportunity – by Juli Smith

What article stood out for you this week? Let us know at @hireonlinkedin.

* image by Rhys A.

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