Do make the job requirements reasonable. Hire for ability — People can learn. Why let all the work pile up?
Do allow the hiring manager to be the front line of communication. The recruiter and the candidate should talk to the hiring manager right off the bat.
Do give your recruiter feedback immediately. You’d want important information given to you quickly, right?
Do disclose important information about the job. Inform them about their staff, product lines, different divisions, the company’s future etc. Help the candidate understand the bones of the job.
Do value the candidate. Even if you don’t like a candidate treat him with respect – you don’t know who he knows. Represent your company well.
Do consider the market. Don’t ask for “Tiffany” candidates when you’re paying “Kmart” salaries.