Tag Archives: recruiter

Dead – end Resume

You found a job posting you were interested in, wrote and submitted your resume, then…..nothing.  No call, no email, no response at all.  You wonder what happened. Did you answer all the questions and follow all the directions given on … Continue reading

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Biotech Industry

Professional Recruiter Associates works within a variety of industries. A large portion of our staff has worked in the Biotech industry in the past, and we are very familiar with the type of jobs and professionals that are involved in this … Continue reading

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Our Recruiting Process

Here at Professional Recruiter Associates, we follow a very simple process in order to do our Recruiting. We separate it into 6 different steps. The first portion is what we called the “Information” stage. This includes us gathering information from … Continue reading

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Teamwork

The main thing to consider to be successful in any part of business is teamwork. No matter where you work, you are going to have to work with a group of people to make a company successful. If you expect … Continue reading

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Time Management #2

Welcome back! Here is the second portion of our Time Management guide for Recruiters. To be a successful Recruiter, you have to talk to A LOT of people. This can get confusing, and can cause a person who is a … Continue reading

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Recruiter Questions

Critical Issues to Discuss with your Recruiter Before you begin to work with a recruiter know what type of person you are looking for and what your urgency is for the person. A job description is a good starting point, … Continue reading

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Headhunter Rules

Here are the rules we live by when working to bring new employees to HR Directors and other hiring authorities: Don’t waste their time. You don’t have nearly enough to start with. Do everything you can to avoid wasting their … Continue reading

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