Ideas and suggestions on recruiting, interviewing and placement practices in the sports and entertainment industry from Prodigy Sports. The Do’s and Don’ts of Leveraging Your Network In the sports and entertainment industry, the people you come across are likely only one or two degrees of separation away from you, a colleague, a boss, or a vendor. But no matter the connection, there are lines between leveraging your network and overstepping boundaries, perceived as only looking out for yourself. Do: Use social media. LinkedIn uncovers 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree connections, which is helpful in your job search. You can also use LinkedIn when you are searching not for a job but rather for industry best practices or referrals.  Don’t: go overboard with adding contacts. The simplest rule of thumb: quality over quantity. Do: Update your resume and your LinkedIn profile as often as you can. Keeping it fresh will help… Continue Reading Recruiting Tip of the Month: April 2019

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