Why it's not a good idea to ignore networking requests from recruiters?
A blog post in the series 'Job Changes in Agribusiness' by Michael Witt, Agribusiness Lead 'Crop' and Business Partner of Riebensahm Agribusiness Recruiting
You're on Easter vacation and have received another unsolicited job offer?
You are annoyed by the networking request of a recruiter?
It is advisable to check who contacted you! If you have questions about the j
ob market in agribusiness or simply want to orient yourself, it is advisable to contact a personnel consultant with personnel and industry expertise. This will significantly contribute to being optimally informed and thus in crease your chances for a successful job search.
An equally important aspect for success is a realistic self-perception and your openness to feedback.
If you are latently thinking about a job change, contact the consultant who has inspired your confidence. Preferably with your concrete wishes for the next step. The chances of finding your dream job increase, because as HR consultants we have access to the hidden Agribusiness job market and know positions that are often not visible on Linkedin & Co and are not published elsewhere. Also, consultants are often the first to know about new positions to be created before they are even defined.
A recruiter with HR and agribusiness expertise should be part of your network to realize potential opportunities and make contacts in the future.
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Bettina Lichtenberg – Coaching Lead https://tinyurl.com/BLichtenberg
Stefano Pettinella – Pet Industry Lead https://tinyurl.com/SPettinella
Michael Witt – Agribusiness Lead ’Crop’ https://tinyurl.com/MichaelWitt
Dr. Jochen Riebensahm - Agribusiness Lead ’Livestock & Technology’ https://tinyurl.com/JRiebensahm