I was listening to part two of the recruiting podcast the other day going to work and was surprised by a comment you made.
I believe Mark said he recommended calling a recruiter to touch base on a quarterly basis. I'm o.k. with that and even do so myself. What I was surprised by is when he recommended giving the name of a strong performer in his own organization as a potential candidate for poaching (recruitment :) He said it would be a win for himself, the recruiter, and his coworker.
I can see the triple win here, but what about a win for the company paying Mark his current salary? Even if his coworker was not happy in his current position, I just can't support Mark's position of actively aiding a strong performer to leave the organization.
Maybe I'm missing out on a real fundamental issue here or maybe we have to agree to disagree on this point.
Keep up the great work on the show.