Case Study: Compensation Benefits for Top Health Care OrganizationDecember 12, 2010
In a Recruiter/Candidate relationship, it’s often easy to forget that on each end, there are wants, needs and goals. As the candidate, one can easily feel as though the recruiter is bothersome or should be grateful they were able to get in touch. As the recruiter, it can take patience, understanding and being well in-tune with the candidate’s emotions to get the relationship just right. Keeping in mind that the person on the other end of the conversation is human can help in ensuring that both recruiter and candidate get what they want out of the conversation.