On this episode of Employment INsights, Host Hannah Morgan and guests Steve Boese and Scott Whipkey discuss Working with Recruiters. They delve into what executive search recruiters do, the different types of recruiters, how executive search reps and recruiters are paid and how that impacts the job seeker, talking salary with in-house recruiters and hiring manager versus executive search reps and salary negotiating strategies.
In this segment of Employment INsights, Host Hannah Morgan and guests Steve Boese and Scott Whipkey discuss how to get found by executive recruiters, using job boards and alerts to find employment, the importance of networking and letting people know you’re seeking employment, the importance of setting yourself for a job search before you need to look and how to “get in good” with executive search firms before you have to seek employment.
On this episode of Employment INsights, Host Hannah Morgan and guests Steve Boese and Scott Whipkey discuss resumé keywords, LinkedIn for recruitment, what’s going on inside the recruitment effort and what to do if you haven’t heard back from a recruiter.
Many people who have searched for a job have worked with agencies that specialize in employment and executive search. It can be a frustrating experience, if you don’t know what to expect and the best way to communicate with head hunters and employment agencies.
Steve Boese brings over fifteen years of experience in the implementation of complex human resources technology solutions for global enterprise clientele. Currently, Steve is a Director of Talent Management Strategy for Oracle Corporation helping to create and deliver the next generation of Human Capital Management solutions.
Steve is also a leading HR blogger and hosts both “HR Happy Hour” a popular radio programs dedicated to opening the lines of communication among thought leaders, practitioners and service providers in the global human resources field. He has also been invited to speak at numerous HR and industry events like the HR Technology Conference, the HR Executive Forum, and several regional SHRM events. Steve’s blog was selected as the number one Talent Management Blog by the editors of the Fistful of Talent in February 2010.
Steve is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and resides in Rochester, NY.
Steve’s blog: The Invented Crisis
Scott Whipkey is an Executive Research Recruiter. At the time we shot this episode of Employment INsights, Scott was with Kelly IT, and he is now Practice Director at the direct national search firm of Cochran Cochran & Yale LLC. His online videos include “Categories of Recruiters,” “How to Engage and Work with Recruiters” and “What Do Recruiters Do?”
Produced by Carol White Llewellyn and Hannah Morgan in Association with Rochester Community Television.
During each Employment INsights show, motivational speaker and tech guru David Pope of The PDA School will offer tips such as this one on how to leverage technology for a job search or career management.
Produced by Carol White Llewellyn, directed by Rick Osborne through channl RCTV15 in Rochester, NY.
Dave Pope is an award winning national speaker, entrepreneur, and educator. Dave is the president and founder of the PDA School in Fairport, NY; a company focused on training and solutions for mobile technology. Dave speaks to groups around the country about discovering, integrating, and maximizing technology that allows them to be truly mobile. His repertoire includes smartphones, cloud computing, sales techniques and software, and social media.
After his award winning motivational speech, Standup, at this year’s district International Speech contest, Dave has also become a successful motivational speaker and speaking coach. Dave speaks to businesses, church groups, and schools about facing challenges and making the choice to stand up. He has a true understanding of what it means to lose everything and come back. He shares the good and the bad about his life and how he has made the positive choices everyday to have a rich and full life and how others can tap their own inner potential to be great!
Dave is also a member of Toastmasters, an organization dedicated to helping individuals develop their speaking ability. He is currently serving as his club’s President. He has won numerous awards for his speaking ability including, Humorous Speaker, Tall Tales, and International and is currently writing a book about public speaking.
If you would like to learn more about what Dave Pope does, have him speak at your next meeting, or learn how the PDA School can help you or your company, you may contact him at 585-750-6234 or email him at email@example.com.