This week, Cicely welcomes Ilene Rein. Ilene runs an executive search firm focused on the placement of marketing, sales, and engineers and is the founder of Pounding Pavement 101, where she shares the deep secrets from the view of the Recruiter. In part one, Ilene talks about the inspiration for creating Pounding Pavement 101, her thoughts on the ‘great resignation’, the long-term effects of the pandemic on recruiting, and the right way to write a resume.
About Ilene Rein: Ilene is a Partner and an Executive Recruiter and Managing Partner at Marketing & Sales Resources, an executive search firm focused on the placement of marketing, sales, and engineers.
After hearing many stories of difficulties in finding employment, Ilene developed the program Pounding Pavement 101 sharing the deep secrets from the view of the Recruiter. Her program teaches job seekers exactly how to market themselves to Recruiters with laser precision to increase their chances of getting noticed and hired rapidly. Job seekers in taking Ilene’s advice and learning recruiting inside secrets, calls from companies started coming in, interviews scheduled and they quickly and easily became employed in their career fields.
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