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Turns out that law firm was her client!! Sad for the ones who have to take the gigs and the thousands who’re waiting for their calls You have admitted something that I and many people on this board have suspected – that you headhunters ask candidates where they have applied in order to mine them for openings for which you can peddle your other timesueet.
timezheet Tony George in Vancouver, Washington said: Not something I think is worth reaming someone out for at all though. She did not even have the professional decency to give me updates! I work with 5 other people in my office, and I would personally put my reputation on the line vouching for any of them.
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This scenario is old. Then of all things they treat us like pure crap. I’ve dealt aaccountemps them years ago and again very recently. A headhunter tried to hold me responsible for her fee. Learn some professional manners, and at least try to display some integrity, as a favor to the managers above you that unwisely entrust their firm’s reputation to you.
One is to make sure we’re not duplicating your resume somewhere, and two is for a lead that I may be able to get a candidate into. One thing that really annoys me about accountemps is that when I call them and ask to speak with a specific person I get the same “May I ask who is calling?
I get a call Do you also contact candidates’ previous employers and push your candidates at them under the assumption their positions are open?
They are a bad joke don’t waste your time. Yes, there are a lot of recent college grads. Accountemps is the only agency that calls me back every week after I call them. The clowns who work at this agency are people who couldn’t make it in the field they are recruiting for This was 10 plus yrs ago.
Has anyone had an issue or situation like or similar, if so what was the solution and outcome.
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Timesjeet, it keeps me from doing what happened with your rejected paralegal position and possibly duplicating your resume somewhere. Recently placed on a temp to hire accounting position. And, what’s the one thing you hear companies complain about over and over after you send over a candidate?
And they don’t validate parking, either!
Robert Half is bigger than a joke
I then spoke by phone with the president of the agency. A month later, the headhunter advertised again in the classifieds for the same position. Overall, they are good, however, in general recruiters aren’t so easy to deal with.
It happens way too often for my liking. Azi in Los Angeles, California months ago. Think about it logically, the company wouldn’t be able to fund that activity and they would go out of business. Also, no staffing firm I am aware of gets paid for bringing in candidates. Myself, as a division director or my boss, our branch managerwould not put up with it. Jen in Jersey City, New Jersey months ago.
You are not dealing with children. Once you get into a temp role with them forget the permanent side helping you look for a job, it just doesn’t happen. She asked where I had applied for jobs, ostensibly, she said, to avoid duplication.
I took approximately the same tests with Spherion, Prostaff and Officeteam. You generalized in that you “don’t deal with recruiters. They weren’t interested in you.
And, I understand you guys are in a pressure cooker of an environment with qoutas and such. Another agency sent me on tmiesheet assignment where the supervisor laid low for the first couple weeks and then became an abusive b I can’t speak as to whether it’s an irregular practice in the small firm headhunting world, I don’t do perm placements.
I get paid when I match up a candidate with a client and they bill hours, period.