10 Articles Recruiters Shared The Most This Week

October 24, 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.

Passion seemed to be a common theme in this week's articles. One of the first qualities Brian de Haaff's looks for in a hire is ambition - he asks what excites the candidates and what their dream job looks like in three, five or ten years. Passion is also helping professionals grow and succeed, as the Addison Group's study on mentorship showed that honest feedback and trust were the most important qualities in an ideal manager. And Paul Petrone explains how the CIA's rigorous and challenging hiring process really screens for a candidates' desire for the job and dedication to the agency. These articles remind us that meaningful work, both at the recruiter and candidate level, brings more happiness and satisfaction.

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

    1. 8 Things Recruiters Notice About Your Resume at First Glance (and 4 Things That Don't Matter)

    2. The 2015 Salary Guides Are Here!

    3. Best Friends or Mentors? Study Shows How Managers Hope to Be Perceived

    4. Small Business Expert: How To Hire A Great Team– by Elena Bajic

    5. Currently hiring for your team? Flexibility with your job brief is key! – by Cecilia Desmond

    6. The Four Qualities of People I Love to Hire – by Brian de Haaff

    7. How Analytics Will Transform HR – by Jonathan Ferrar

    8. Google’s Hiring Secrets Revealed – by Kate Reilly

    9. Great Job Descriptions Hire Great Candidates – by Ann Bedford-Flood

    10. What the CIA's Ridiculously Intense Hiring Process Can Teach Us – by Paul Petrone

* image by Eric Leslie

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