Telling Stories

Breitenbucher, Kathy
July 2009
Fordyce Letter;Jul2009, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p15
The article discusses the importance of recruiters to understand the culture of client's company to provide better service. It cites a story about a recruiter facing a problem because his clients rejected his candidates. Eventually, the recruiter found the right candidates for the clients after hearing and understanding the environment and the culture of the company.


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