Recruiters need to treat passive candidates differently

Recruiters need to treat passive candidates differently

With candidate numbers declining and the war for talent hotting up, the relationship between recruitment partners is becoming increasingly important.

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  • Moyra Doyle
    Moyra Doyle
    Wed, 3 Sep 2014 5:51pm BST
    The war on talent has been raging in the not-for-profit sector for a long time. Fundraisers (good ones) rarely apply for advertised jobs.They expect to be nurtured and build a relationship of trust with their recruiters. That's why it pays to have been in the business for 15 plus years.

    Managing Director
    Richmond Associates

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