• Greg Hawkes

    Shannon Great article, but I couldn’t help myself and had to test a “best” string:

    site:completed.com dentist (best OR awesome OR excellent OR great OR excellent)

    You can pull results, which means this can also may be another source to find talent (once they build up a network). Will definitely be watching….

    • http://www.eremedia.com/sourcecon/ Shannon Pritchett

      Nice work Greg!!

  • Jf

    This was upsetting when I first read it because I hate anonymous review sites (if you feel that strongly, let yourself be known) but now I’m thinking the best part about this is that you can turn around and rate whoever rated you. Got a candidate that ghosted you after you presented them to a hiring manager/client? Got one that backs out on an offer after using your offer to work their employer for more money? Got one that takes offense to their skills being questioned and writes a dishonest review? Review them! This site is a very slippery slope.

    • Stoyan Daskaloff

      Each review has to be approved before it appears and in addition to that, once you complete your profile in the network you’ll be able to remove the anonymous reviews from your profile wall 🙂

  • http://oiljobszone.com/ Dhanasekar

    Jobsite searching is a good thought ,but should ensure it is the right jobsite. Best is to appoint a consulting company like http://exceedresourcing.com

  • https://www.morgenall.com/ MorgenAll

    Nice article Shannon, It really important to make public about recruiter behaviour because that also reflects the culture of organisation. Well we at MorgenAll already doing the same but in offline to provide best service. Do check our service. Thank you.