Most people assume that a recruiter’s job is to help them land a job. Although this is true, a true headhunter works for an employer. Their aim is to successfully fill a position for a company. They meet with hundreds of candidates and it is your job to make sure you’re the first person they think of when a position opens up. If you stand out to a recruiter, you will be the one they recommend to companies.
Standing out during an interview may be difficult. Hiring managers are looking for star employees that will add value to their company. Employers want people that exemplify their company goals and demonstrate certain traits. Showing that you have the following 7 traits will allow you to stand out during an interview and increase your chances of getting hired:
October 8, 2014 – David Sprinkle, Managing Partner at Veritas Recruiting Group, discusses how to make your LinkedIn profile stand out. He gives tips on what recruiters are looking for when they look at your LinkedIn profile. As recruiter himself, David fully understands what is important to add to your profile to get the best results. He talks about misconceptions of LinkedIn and makes recommendations on how to make the best out of your profile.
September 17, 2014 – Seminole County Economic Development’s Ken York spotlights Veritas Recruiting Group. David Sprinkle, Managing Partner at Veritas, explains the history of the company, along with the company’s focus and future plans.
As David discusses the day to day operations at Veritas, he explains how each recruiter gets to know every candidate and company that they work with. They build a relationship with everyone they work with in order to best match their needs.
September 19, 2014
Veritas Recruiting Group was proud to be a Hole Sponsor at this year’s HFTP Charity Golf Tournament, with proceeds going to Camp Boggy Creek.
Camp Boggy Creek enriches the lives of children who have chronic or life-threatening illnesses by creating camping experiences that are memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound.