5 Reasons to Subscribe to Our Recruiter Training Blog
At Top Echelon, we strive to provide as much value for recruiters as we possibly can, and one of the ways we do that is through our Recruiter Training Blog.
However, it’s come to my attention that there are some Network members who are not aware that this resource is available to them and also don’t know how to fully access it.
Well, I’m here to help! Specifically, I’m here to help with five reasons why you should subscribe to our Recruiter Training Blog:
#1—You’re NOT automatically subscribed.
What does it mean to be “subscribed”? It means that you’ll receive an email every two weeks or so with links to the blog posts you may have missed. Although you’re a member of the Network, we did not automatically opt you in to the mailing list. That means you’ll have to sign up yourself.
So . . . click here to sign up! (When you navigate to the page, scroll down in order to see the “Subscribe” button at the bottom. It will say “Get more Recruiting Articles from Top Echelon!”)
#2—Read content by leading industry trainers.
The Recruiter Training Blog is filled with articles by some of the leading trainers in the recruiting and staffing industry, including many who have served as keynote speakers at our recruiter networking events.
Some of these trainers include the following:
- Barb Bruno, CPC/CTS of Good as Gold Training
- Gary Stauble of The Recruiting Lab
- Greg Doersching of Bullseye Recruiting
- Bob Marshall of TBMG International
- Scott Wintrip of the Wintrip Consulting Group
- Scott Love of The Attorney Search Group
In addition, we also publish blog posts about current trends within the industry or the job market in general, including analysis and commentary.
#3—You won’t miss an article.
You’re busy. We get that. By subscribing and receiving email notifications, you can stay on top of all the articles and you won’t have to visit the blog every time you want to see what’s been posted recently.
#4—You can pick and choose.
If you subscribe, not only will you be notified via email, but you can also select which blog posts you want to read and which ones you don’t . . . all from the convenience of your email’s inbox.
#5—This is content separate from The Pinnacle.
The blog posts in the Recruiter Training Blog are different than the articles in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog. They’re more about general recruiting topics, while The Pinnacle focuses more on Network issues and announcements, Network recruiters and accolades, and split placement trends and information.
So act now! Operators are standing by! (Not really. That’s just fun to say.)