6 techniques any interviewer can use to covertly uncover hidden information and build rapport during an interview

During any  interview it is important to obtain details about the Candidate being interviewed and to build rapport.  Following are six recruiting Ninja secrets used by experienced recruiters that do both. By “Chip” Richard Cameron – Owner of Cameron Resources Group LLC (407) 359-1557 1. Ask open-ended questions During any conversation it is the listener who is in control, not the talker. Listeners are getting data, talkers are giving it. Open ended questions by design…

9 Things every Hiring Manager should know about the Candidate sitting in front of them

9 things every Hiring Manager should know about the Candidate sitting in front of them Compensation Data. Understanding candidate’s total compensation requirements is extremely important. This includes base salary, commissions, bonuses, and any options.  We have a variety of tools & techniques for both asking and negotiating on compensation. Where the live. If the candidate lives out of the area it reveals important information to ask if they are planning on relocating. Red Flag: When a…

Revolutionary Hair Sample DNA test to find Talent

“Everyone here has the sense that right now is one of those moments when we are influencing the future.” ~Steve Jobs Capturing, screening and storing resumes may soon be a thing of the past for the Orlando based executive recruiting agency Cameron Resources Group. Through DNA sequencing CRG has developed the world’s first #Genetic Tracking System [GTS] designed specifically to identify those with a high propensity to achieve and succeed – all from a simple…

How to Write a Compelling Job Description

Want to hire top talent? Then forget the idea of writing boring job descriptions. Job seekers are substantially more likely to engage with you if you write a compelling story about what the opportunity your advertising is all about. If you are having trouble writing a situational story, write a story of the company, position, people, and/or culture instead – almost anything is more exciting to read than a job description, so have some fun…

Want an A-Player? Practice your A-Company [elevator] speech…..

As a job seeker we are frequently told the importance of having a memorized elevator speech ready to be delivered when the window of opportunity opens. Concurrently if your company seeks to #hire the best in the industry it is equally important to have an A-Player speech readily available. This speech should be between 3-5 minutes in length (after practice) and cover topics important to A-player candidates. Areas of interest may include: healthcare, gym memberships,…