ExecuNet Uses “Concierge” Service to Connect Members with Corporate Recruiters

New Personal Recruiting Concierge a big hit with recruiters who don’t have the time to wade through thousands of search results and are looking for a faster way to make connections.

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“At the end of the day, every corporate recruiter wants the same thing. They don’t want to read through pages and pages of search results. They just want to fill their position.

Norwalk, Connecticut (PRWEB) April 23, 2013

ExecuNet, a private career network for senior-level executives, recently launched a new service that facilitates personal introductions between their corporate recruiting members and their executive members—who could also be top job candidates for the recruiters’ current searches.

The U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there are 12 million unemployed. The Bureau also reports there are 3.7 million jobs vacant, of which only 2 million are top executive jobs. Overall, that’s a 7:1 ratio of available talent to vacant jobs.

Yet with all these talented people on the street, recruiters still can’t find the workers they need. The right workers, that is.

That’s no surprise when you consider how time-challenged recruiters are to go find talent. There are tons of resumes of unknown people coming at them through job boards and advertisements, too many unqualified people vying for their attention on LinkedIn, and no effective “in” to the executives they really want to get introduced to and connect with.

ExecuNet’s new Personal Recruiting Concierge Service changes all that by building strong relationships with its executive membership, and finds and connects recruiters with its members who might be interested in a new opportunity or can provide a referral.

Since its launch, 25 percent of ExecuNet’s recruiting members are already using the service with solid results, and ExecuNet has just released a short video and brochure to tell its story.

Cutting Through the Clutter to Get Results

According to ExecuNet’s 2013 Executive Job Market Intelligence Report, one in four recruiters surveyed said it’s more difficult to get executives to take their calls than it was just one year ago.

But because executives opt in to ExecuNet’s trusted community, they are more likely to accept a call from a recruiter if ExecuNet recommends the interaction.

“At the end of the day, every corporate recruiter wants the same thing,” says ExecuNet’s Director of Recruiting Services Jason Maczuba. “They don’t want to read through pages and pages of search results. They just want to fill their position.” Filling that position isn’t getting any easier—74 percent of recruiters surveyed by ExecuNet said executive job specs are more demanding than they were a year ago.

Recruiters can rely on their Personal Recruiting Concierge to cut through the clutter and find the top candidates that match their job specs—by searching for talent and producing a short list of qualified candidates. Email “introductions” are then sent on the recruiter’s behalf to connect recruiters with their desired candidates and referral sources.

“Think of it like asking the concierge at a hotel to recommend a restaurant,” says Maczuba. “You tell him what you’re looking for and he gives you a few excellent choices…not the ones in the tourist book where everyone else goes, but the ones that are his personal favorites. That’s how our Personal Recruiting Concierge Service works.”

About ExecuNet
Since 1988, ExecuNet has helped business leaders shape positive change to achieve what’s next in their individual lives. From its beginnings as a small gathering of executives in Connecticut, ExecuNet has evolved into a private network of over 250,000 senior-level executive members and recruiters with a belief in the transformative potential of trusted insight, real connections and personal introductions to help them find meaningful new work, advance in their careers, better manage the growth of their businesses, and become high-value leaders. A recognized authority in executive employment, retention and recruitment, as well as human capital trends, ExecuNet keeps its members informed about what’s important to them in business and their careers.


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