and corporate HR execs are on the same team
but do they know it? Find
out if these matchmakers are all-for-one or going one-on-one in Part I this
by Lisa Micali
In a perfect
world, recruiters and HR executives would have shared goals, mutual respect
and a completely trusting relationship with the company's short- and long-term
objectives in mind. Yet, the perception that recruiters are merely commission-hungry
sales people still exists, despite solid gains in professional advancement,
training and development.
In order to better understand how changes throughout the industry are impacting
this symbiotic relationship, Recruiter.com asked
HR professionals to share their views and forecasts.
Blau, Second Vice President, Human Resources at Travelers Insurance.
David Meyer, Director of human resources at Neurogen Corporation
Audrey Blauner Vice President of human resources at 24/7 Real Media
Terry Dyckman Vice President of human resources at Saba Software
Meet the Interviewees (click
have the job boards played in the recruitment process?
How do you choose recruiters?
What are the key hurdles or stumbling blocks that can come up during
the recruitment process?
Describe a brief success or horror story in working with a recruiter.
How do you see talent acquisition evolving over the next 3-5 years?
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