Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Jan Johnston Osburn

The Art of the Steal  There’s a common notion in the Recruiting industry that leads you to believe the elusive “passive” candidate is a better catch.  I call the BS card on that one. Active candidates are those who are, well, “actively” sending out resumes, networking, and interviewing who may or may not be employed. Passive candidates, on the other hand, are people who are currently employed and not actively seeking a new job. In general, passive candidates are not highly motivated to find