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>Recruiters, you’re doing it wrong
A very interesting blog post from Rachel Nabors that many recruiters/employers could learn from. There is an increasing number of people feeling harrased through LinkedIn or other social media profiles by eager recruiters. For some, it is becoming a reason to be a little less public. Be warned there is no sugar coating!
One of my favourite sections from Rachel Nabor:
This is like when a guy is asking you out. He says, “I think you and I would be great together.” Some girls will go for that. But with others, your chance of securing that first date increases if you’ve done your homework and know a thing or two about her. “I think we’d be great together because we both have dogs,” is good. “I think we’d have a lot to talk about because you love Shiba Inu and I used to breed them,” is even better.When you bother explain your reasoning behind contacting me, I know three things: