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Summary: There is so much more to recruiting and being a recruiter than simply stocking a client’s job opening with a warm body that can type, answer a phone and use a stapler.

Humility and Other Characteristics to have in the Recruiting Process

There is so much more to recruiting and being a recruiter than simply stocking a client’s job opening with a warm body that can type, answer a phone and use a stapler. Character traits – both yours and the prospective employee, have become extremely important in the hiring process, particularly as a client’s business culture grows increasingly influential with new and existing employees.
 
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