New York — April 12
For almost every unemployed person, there’s a job that needs to be filled. If you’re a recruiter, the problem to successfully fill those shoes is yours, and in a climate that becomes more competitive each day, that’s not an easy job.
With its specialty niche, however, TheLadders.com, the an online job search site for 100,000-plus, has emerged as a source on which recruiters can depend.
Hired to solve an immediate problem, what is most important to a recruiter is quality and timing.
As the demands of the job escalate, so do the demands of the candidate, a perfect match made only out of mutual specificity.
Sometimes, a job is so hard to fill, search firms will employ other search firms, making the hiring a very costly venture.
Free to post and search, there is no downside for a recruiter to post a job on TheLadders.
A one-stop shop without a check-out line, companies are finding themselves using TheLadders to make multiple hires.
With such rapid growth — more than 1.26 million members and plans in the works for a U.K. expansion — even TheLadders hires through TheLadders.
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