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Last week, I have successfully finished an executive level vacancy, which I can’t talk about, for a company that I can’t talk about either (LOL).
Everything was done in a top-secret mode, and I disclosed the name of the company only to those candidates who were really interested, which is actually less than 2 percent of the total number of those whom we reviewed together with researcher Anya and founder Julia.
To those who understand what this is about - thank you very much for your time, and patience. I rely on your professional courtesy and ask you not to disclose any details of our conversations in the future and for the time being.
Later, I will probably summarize detailed statistics for this particular assignment, but for now its a professional secret. Meanwhile I still had some inspiration to write this sneak peak short note as part one of the story.
In fact, I want to share my personal conclusions regarding things that helped and worked out for me:
- As an example, I added a small test task that I created myself, just after few company’s feedbacks, paying attention to their main criterias I came up with small task, which had certainly improved my quality during matching candidates with the job role itself, both for me and for the client.
We have closed the vacancy precisely on the recommendation by another candidate, who was also recommended by another partner)) A sort of recruiting food chain.
Of course, I found this person later myself, because the search was quite deep, but there is one important thing: later it is not always on time.
That's about it.
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