A video interview can be intimidating and stressful if you aren't prepared. Below are some tips on how to avoid mistakes so that you come across as confident, professional and ready for the role.
Recruiting can indeed be a very fulfilling and rewarding career. At the same time, it’s not rare for recruiters to find themselves overworked due to high turnover in their industry and underappreciated for all of their work. If you're feeling overwhelmed or unfulfilled by your recruiting job, don't be afraid to pivot! There are plenty of other jobs that recruiters can do as well as many transferable skills from day-to-day tasks that they can apply elsewhere—like social media skills or researching candidates.
Have you ever had a friend tell you about a fantastic job opportunity and ask if you'd be interested? That's what recruiters do, only they're paid to do it. Thus, they are much more invested in helping you get the job. So it's usually a good idea to get their help when you need one. But how do you reach out to them?
It's never easy to turn someone down, especially a recruiter! After all, you're looking to them to help you find a job. But what if you're not interested in the one they're offering? Here are some tips on how to handle that potentially awkward conversation so you don't end up in a job you don't want and maintain your relationship with your recruiter at the same time.