How Recruiters Steal Your Best People: They Email Them

Don’t let the fox in the hen house.

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This is a colossally dumb mistake organizations make and that is, you haven’t blocked domains from recruiting firms from getting through to people.

Admittedly, this doesn’t deal with text, and it certainly doesn’t deal with LinkedIn. Don’t block LinkedIn. Don’t be dumb about that.

However, you can keep the fox out of the henhouse from seducing your people so easily on your turf, distracting them while they should be at work, and making it easy for them to contact you.

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter

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