I hate recruiters

Wow, I was stunned by the VP’s bold statement.
He hit me with this: “Haven’t talked to a recruiter in ages; past experiences wrecked my trust
Itโ€™s not the first time I have heard such shocking revelations from executives.
Today, letโ€™s uncover the truth about what has gone wrong in the recruitment realm, and why many
see Recruiters as a cunning fox in the henhouse, sneaking in under the guise of friendship but
leaving with stolen eggs.
Recruiters once popped up like mushrooms boasting in ego and chasing quick cash.
But they often left promises unfulfilled, damaging trust.
Lacking industry insight and proactivity, they showed little passion for truly helping.
In short, they became known for fast deals and empty results, breaking more instead of fixing.
Here’s the solution: Recruit the RIGHT recruiter FIRST! ASK the RIGHT questions!
Itโ€™s about time to arm you with these questions:

โœ”๏ธIntentions Revealed: What truly motivates their work? Passion or only profit?
โœ”๏ธExperience Counts: Do they have firsthand industry experience, or is it all talk? How to recruit for 
an industry if they donโ€™t have boots-on-the-ground experience?
โœ”๏ธSize Isn’t Everything: Flashy offices and big teams don’t guarantee results. Focus on substance.
โœ”๏ธCherry Picking Excellence: Are recruiters driven by genuine connections or just numbers?
โœ”๏ธStrategy Insights: How do they source talent? Passive or proactive methods?
โœ”๏ธOnline Presence Matters: What does their digital footprint say about their professionalism?
it’s time to rewire our brains about what makes a professional in this field, donโ€™t you think?
P.S. Just met with a hotel partner in Toronto who shared: “Finding the right recruiter is like finding a
needle in a haystack. You want someone who not only finds the needle but knows how to sew the
greatest fit.’ Agreed?