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Ruth-Dinaz Sarkari

Ruth was recruited to AGResearch in August 2007 as Manager of our Sourcing Group. She brings ten years of advanced internet sourcing, Boolean String syntax and research expertise with a combination of metrics, benchmarking and establishing best practices. Her range of data mining expertise covers multiple industries and job functions. Her talent sourcing skills are enhanced by an AIRS training. She also spearheads database initiatives and manages/negotiates all research/online resources for AGResearch. In 2010, she was tasked with handling the new Direct Hire service. Previously, Ruth was a Senior Associate with DHR International handling full life cycle recruiting. Prior to DHR, Ruth was a Senior Business Associate / Head of Research and Candidate Development with Hyle Human Capital Partners where her focus was the development and implementation of search strategy and the early identification of potential candidates using passive mining techniques on the Internet and other search engine software. Ruth has worked as a Lead Project Analyst (Internet Researcher) for eResourcing, Mid-Level Search & Selection Division of TMP Worldwide. Ruth-Dinaz Sarkari has an MBA (Operations Management and Marketing) from the Kania School of Management at the University of Scranton, PA, and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree with a concentration in Life Sciences and Chemistry from the University of Bombay, India.

Articles by Ruth-Dinaz Sarkari

Phone Sourcing, Technology & Resources

A Holistic Approach to Search


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How phone research and Internet sourcing work together

Every now and then, a debate flares up in our business…or should I say, the embers smolder continuously. For example: What type is the best candidate: Active or Passive? What sourcing method is best: Phone versus Internet? So what’s the hoopla all about? Why the passionate arguments? In the squabble of one-upmanship we are forgetting the end destination. The goal is clear – get the best candidate for the position. Period. End of story. Yeah we all agree, nodding our wise heads. So if we agree on the final answer, let’s also agree to get there in the best possible way.

I am all about a balanced approach, a joint effort, a let’s-pull-out-all-the-stops tactic to “finding/looking for” (research & Internet sourcing) and “placing” (recruiting & candidate development) a candidate in their new, awesome opportunity.