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HEADHUNTERS
’ SECRETS
ALL JOBSEEKERS
SHOULD KNOW
About Me
Entrepreneur, Author, Public
Speaker and Job Hunting
Coach
2013 Leading HR
Entrepreneur award
recipient
Media Appearance
Publication
Publication
What is a
Headhun
ter
What they do
Show clip of PWC headhunting
Types of headhunter
Functional Sectorial Level
functional
sectorial
level
Mode of operations
Needs Analysis
Gather information about company’s business
and culture, to have a clear idea of the job...
How they make money
25% x =
Salary Package
Top Biller income
$150,000 to $500,000
per annum
What is useful for jobseeker?
Choose the right headhunter
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
MARKETING FINANCE
Evolution Recruitment Font Kerry Consulting
Henderson...
And Get onto their radar
Find Out Where they mine for candidate
Trivia – Where else will you MINE for
candidate if you are a headhunter
Quickest and Easiest would be:
IF I want to find an accountant
Plus some unconventional means
Goes to show importance of online
presence
So you need to rank high in LinkedIN
Make sure your profile is at All-Star level
• Your Industry and Location
• An up-to-date Current Position (with a descript...
Connections is an on-going task
Connect with me and ride on my network
So much for inbound traffic, how about
outbound?
Most headhunters use Applicant tracking
system (ATS)
It tells the headhunter which resume to
read
You need to beat the AI to get past it
Use jobscan
Fill in your resume and target job
description
And know the right keywords to stuff
Next up is know how they read resume
Average time headhunters take to read a
resume?
00 : 06
Align your resume to maximize their
readership
1. Name
2. Current title and name of company
3. Current position start and ...
Add design element to disrupt
And
Finally
Be their BFF
Help them succeed so they will help you
refer candidates to them
Share with them insider/hiring information
Before we go
Continue the learning on careerladder
Join the Facebook page, Twitter or
LinkedIN page
HEADHUNTERS
’ SECRETS
ALL JOBSEEKERS
SHOULD KNOW
Head hunters' secrets (that all job seekers should know)
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The job market will continue to be viciously competitive and it is being played with new rules. LinkedIn, social media, infographics and multimedia résumés have changed the way jobseekers much approach the job market. Learn the behind-the-scene secrets of headhunters and you can leapfrog and move ahead of the competition.

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  1. 1. HEADHUNTERS ’ SECRETS ALL JOBSEEKERS SHOULD KNOW
  2. 2. About Me Entrepreneur, Author, Public Speaker and Job Hunting Coach 2013 Leading HR Entrepreneur award recipient
  3. 3. Media Appearance
  4. 4. Publication
  5. 5. Publication
  6. 6. What is a Headhun ter
  7. 7. What they do
  8. 8. Show clip of PWC headhunting
  9. 9. Types of headhunter Functional Sectorial Level
  10. 10. functional
  11. 11. sectorial
  12. 12. level
  13. 13. Mode of operations Needs Analysis Gather information about company’s business and culture, to have a clear idea of the job requirements for the position being searched Interview key stakeholders or hiring managers to understand the job profile Define the profile of the candidates to be shortlisted for the position 1 to 2 hours work hours Search and Shortlist Search the market using professional tools and instruments to shortlist the most suitable candidates Interview shortlisted candidates to assess suitability of candidates for the job in question 6 to 8 work hours Presentation and Final Selection Present shortlisted candidates to clients for their consideration. Send in comprehensive resumes of each candidate presented Arrange interviews Assist in closure on recruiting the candidate 2 to 3 work hours On-boarding and guarantee period Ensure smooth on-boarding of candidate with client Provide constant follow up with new candidate Provide guarantee period for successful permanent hires 1 to 2 work hours
  14. 14. How they make money 25% x = Salary Package
  15. 15. Top Biller income $150,000 to $500,000 per annum
  16. 16. What is useful for jobseeker?
  17. 17. Choose the right headhunter INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MARKETING FINANCE Evolution Recruitment Font Kerry Consulting Henderson Scott EMR Marks Sattin Greythorn The Talent Business Aston Carter
  18. 18. And Get onto their radar
  19. 19. Find Out Where they mine for candidate
  20. 20. Trivia – Where else will you MINE for candidate if you are a headhunter
  21. 21. Quickest and Easiest would be:
  22. 22. IF I want to find an accountant
  23. 23. Plus some unconventional means
  24. 24. Goes to show importance of online presence
  25. 25. So you need to rank high in LinkedIN
  26. 26. Make sure your profile is at All-Star level • Your Industry and Location • An up-to-date Current Position (with a description) • Two Past Positions • Your Education • Your Skills (minimum of 3) • A Profile Photo • At least 50 Connections
  27. 27. Connections is an on-going task
  28. 28. Connect with me and ride on my network
  29. 29. So much for inbound traffic, how about outbound?
  30. 30. Most headhunters use Applicant tracking system (ATS)
  31. 31. It tells the headhunter which resume to read
  32. 32. You need to beat the AI to get past it
  33. 33. Use jobscan
  34. 34. Fill in your resume and target job description
  35. 35. And know the right keywords to stuff
  36. 36. Next up is know how they read resume
  37. 37. Average time headhunters take to read a resume? 00 : 06
  38. 38. Align your resume to maximize their readership 1. Name 2. Current title and name of company 3. Current position start and end date 4. Previous title and name of company 5. Previous position start and end date 6. Education details
  39. 39. Add design element to disrupt
  40. 40. And Finally
  41. 41. Be their BFF
  42. 42. Help them succeed so they will help you
  43. 43. refer candidates to them
  44. 44. Share with them insider/hiring information
  45. 45. Before we go
  46. 46. Continue the learning on careerladder
  47. 47. Join the Facebook page, Twitter or LinkedIN page
  48. 48. HEADHUNTERS ’ SECRETS ALL JOBSEEKERS SHOULD KNOW
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