5 Client Qualifiers – Ask The Expert – ROW President Mark Rowbottom

5 Client Qualifiers Written by: Mark Rowbottom, President Recruiters of Wisconsin The reluctance of hiring authorities to pull the trigger on a quality candidate can be a mind-numbing, hair-pulling, stress-laced experience for any recruiter. Although, as you’ve probably discovered, there’s almost nothing you can say to company officials during the process that will speed it up, […]

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Thank You ROW for a great Brewer Game and Tailgate event!

Thank You to all of you who came out on Thursday, June 9, 2022 for the ROW Brewer Game and Tailgate event! We had a blast… and intend to get together again soon. Sharing some photos from the day:

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Milwaukee Brewer Game and Tailgate Event – Thursday, June 9, 2022

Join Recruiters of Wisconsin for a Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Game and Tailgate Party this summer! WHEN?  Thursday, June 9, 2022 TIME? Tailgate in Preferred Parking at 10:30AM – 1:00PM… Game time at 1:10PM WHERE?  American Family Field – 1 Brewers Way, Milwaukee, WI WHAT?  Philadelphia Phillies at Milwaukee Brewers HOW MUCH? $35/each for GAME TICKET […]

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I didn’t want the job!

“I didn’t want the job!”  I hear this frequently from candidates who withdraw their candidacy from an opportunity before there is even an offer. Guess what – you couldn’t have the job because it was never offered to you! It’s presumptuous to think every job you consider and don’t want you could have had. If […]

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Should You Guarantee Your Candidate? Nothing Is For Sure These Days

In the external recruiting world, there is typically a guarantee period for any hired candidate. Companies do this to help mitigate the chances of a bad hire and a wasted investment of resources, time, and money! It is tricky being the one guaranteeing services. I have never heard a Minister pronounce at a wedding ceremony […]

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Should Candidates work with an Internal or External Recruiter?

Here it is simply put: When you are an external recruiter, you can choose what companies to work with and what jobs to work on. When you are an internal recruiter there is no saying “No”, you work on everything as required.  In addition, you may have other job responsibilities outside of recruiting such as, […]

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ROW Speaker: Wayne Breitbarth and more March 10, 2022

WHO:  Recruiters Of Wisconsin is PROUD TO BRING BACK  … Wayne Breitbarth and other ROW board speakers WHEN:   Thursday, March 10, 2022 @ 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM, recruiter networking lunch served WHERE: 1700 S. 108th Street, Milwaukee, WI (hosted in QPS Employment Group’s building) CONTENT:  2022 Recruiter Training Event to include: In addition to Wayne Breitbarth’s recruiter […]

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The Two People Who Lie To Me

One of my favorite sayings about the recruiting industry is: “How amazing it is that only two people don’t tell me the truth.”  Of course, the answer is quite inclusive — my candidates and my clients are the two “people”.  Yes, it is facetious but also has validity and truth to it. Googling “not telling […]

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Lunch with ROW – October 6, 2021

Let’s get the band back together! Join ROW for lunch on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at 12:00PM at Open Flame – 5081 S 108TH ST, GREENFIELD WI. Just RSVP to Mark@AllianceStaff.com and $10 contribution towards your lunch bill (pay onsite day of event or via PayPal below).

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Guidelines to Interview Success – The Rowbo Show aired July 20, 2020

Guidelines to Interview Success Broadcast on WXRW – River West Radio’s The Rowbo Show on July 20, 2020 Guest John Rinaldi who is an Author, Speaker, Engineer and successful business owner of Real Time Automation talks about his rules for qualifying great hires. You will get real tips for successful interviewing from the business owner’s […]

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