JD Networking Group
Jobs Driven Networking Group
June 17th Topic: How Leaders Leverage Recruiter Relationships
Presenter: Paul Cameron, IT Recruiter & Recruiting Firm Owner
Whether you are hiring or seeking a new position, this meeting will help!
In this meeting you will learn:
– How to tell good vs. bad recruiters (both in hiring and seeking)
– How recruiters prioritize job openings
– Why some recruiters never call you back
– The best (and worst) ways to answer recruiter calls
– Why a recruiter looked at your LinkedIn profile but didn’t call
– How to get noticed by recruiters
Anyone who registers and answers both of the custom registration questions will get a special bonus at the meeting!
We are limited to 100 attendees for our meetings, so register now to ensure you have a seat!
Meets: 3rd Thursday every month from 12pm to 1pm to discuss networking tactics and search strategies. Meetings are FREE to attend in person.
Does your company have a referral program? Join us. Meet people. Need Job leads? Join us. Just need to grow your network? Join us.
A repository of all JDNG presentations are currently available in the JDNG Archive for members of SpeedUpMyJobSearch.com, backed by more than 350 recruiting firms across the United States, and more than 100 people like you have written testimonials about the training.
Previous speakers have included Lee Junkans (top left), Joy Maguire Dooley (top right),
the late Robert Podgorski (bottom left), Jim Klink (bottom middle) and Jim Fergle (bottom right).
Who should attend this event?
Anyone who would like to strengthen their search skills and expand their networks.
This is for:
- Job Seekers: People looking for connections, leads, and networking skills.
- Job Givers: Employers with job openings or employees of companies offering referral bonuses to help fill their company’s job openings.
- Job Havers: People who are currently employed wanting to keep their networks strong for business opportunities and potential future job searches. Since the average employment tenure is less than 3 years, you’ll likely need a strong network someday. Start building it here!
What are my parking options?
Your driveway, garage, or possibly the street in front of your house or where ever you plan to watch this webinar. 😉