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The Definition of a Placeable Candidate

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What makes a candidate easy to place?

Greg Savage has spent many years working his way up the levels of the Recruitment industry. He has seen it all and has learned from every experience big and small. He knows that a placeable candidate isn’t just someone who has it all… They have to want it all.

Key Takeaways

It’s critical to make sure your candidates have the drive and motivation to accept the offers. Your role in the recruitment process doesn’t end when an offer is made, it ends when a candidate accepts. In order to influence the rate if acceptance remember:

  1. Don’t get swept up if a candidate has all the qualifications and experience. Ask yourself, do they have the motivation?

2. The art of recruitment is inspiring this motivation in the candidates and placing them in the best roles for them.

3. Nailing down your definition of a placeable candidate is beneficial for all parties. It’s will give your candidates a great candidate experience, satisfy your clients and boost your billings as a recruiter.

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