Networking, HR Management

Networking

The networking procedure is alerting the market that a candidate is searching an employment opportunity, by a series of letters and informational interviews that are designed to exponentially broaden a candidate's knowledge of the marketplace.  Same to a pyramid scheme or a chain letter and the candidate expects to learn about positions from contacts within the organization, but the candidate also hopes that his availability will be made known to opportunities that are not listed, or are not apparent, to the candidate.

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