A colleague of mine told me that everything was done to find qualifying candidates but unfortunately with no results.
So maybe “everything” was done but without any results, not enough was done, right? And nothing more will be done because I was told that it doesn’t depend anymore on my colleague.
But if it doesn’t depend on the recruiter, on whom does it depend? On circumstances? Good luck? Or faith? Or mysterious energy in the labor market universe? Or on the difficult labor market which works against us?
The moment you give up as a recruiter and you are convinced that all is done and you will not succeed, you will be right, you will not succeed.
But if you change your attitude and you are determined to find the right candidates you will be right too. You will certainly succeed.
A positive shift in attitude means for a recruiter the difference between failure and success.
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