The first thing you need when reading a resume is a basic understanding of what this potential candidate actually does.
This goes beyond their job position and what industry they’ve spent their time.
Do you understand how they contribute to the bottom line? Do you understand how their production is measured? Do you understand how they make money for your client?
Like we’ve said before, your candidates are your brand, so you need to make sure that you can spot a top performer amongst all of the other candidates. If you have a better understanding of what they do and how they contribute to the development of a business, then you have a better understanding of how you can market their skills to your client.
Nothing matters more to any business than production.
Understand how a candidate benefits the bottom-line and the job orders will start to pile up.
As of April, we have officially kicked off our 2015 Spring Training programs. Of the hundreds of Recruitment Professionals that Curta has trained, many have gone on to be top performers with their organizations. Our next session is April 13-17 to teach Recruiting Fundamentals, contact myself for more information about this training opportunity. Click here for a brochure or here to Register Today.