BLACKLISTED: HOW TO GET OFF THE RECRUITER'S BLACKLIST

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Michelle Anderson in Mercer Island, Washington

62 months ago

(Redmond, WA - September 14, 2009) - Unemployed candidates are wondering why recruiters or hiring companies won't call them back. "It's possible that they've been blacklisted by those recruiters or companies," says career psychology expert Paul Anderson of ProLango Consulting. Hiring companies are using their customer relationship management (CRM) software to profile candidates: when they apply for positions, during informational interviews, phone screens, or details they find out about them online such as social networks (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc). If candidates don't follow the unspoken rules of recruitment, they could land on the recruiter's blacklist. With the national unemployment rate averaging 9.7%, it's more important than ever that candidates know of such lists and take steps to avoid landing on them.

On September 21st, Paul Anderson will present "How to get off the recruiter's blacklist" at ProLango's next Career Mixer at Maggiano's Little Italy in Bellevue. While the event is free, registration is required at (www.prolango.com) and seats fill up quickly as their last event was packed with over 400 registrants including hiring managers, candidates, and recruiters. ProLango Career Mixer offers opportunities for employers and candidates to build relationships in a social setting while hearing short presentations on Social Media Strategies, Networking for Introverts, and Strategic Relationship Building.

ProLango Consulting is a career development firm dedicated to developing strategic plans for candidates to find employment in today's market. ProLango presents free job seeking seminars and paid workshops on: changes in the hiring world since October 2008, how companies profile candidates, the psychology behind interviewing, and many other "inside secrets". Students from ProLango have found employment quickly using this "insider" information.

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