Recruiters are often treated like record keepers and administrators. This former Netflix exec says that’s a huge (and costly) mistake.

I was at a start-up the other day talking to their head of people, and she told me that they were planning an off-site to talk about how her team could be more effective in getting new employees up and running in their jobs. She asked me, “Should I invite the recruiters to the off-site?” She seriously didn’t know whether or not the people whose specific job it was to assist in hiring new staff should be invited to the meeting about onboarding new staff.

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