A question that always comes up in a conversation when you meet someone is, “What do you do?” After telling someone what I do, they always have more questions concerning staffing and recruiting. Some questions surprise you and some not so much.
I’m a recruiter so talking to candidates and scheduling interviews takes up at least half of my day. The process goes a little like this… I post a job that I a need filled for my client and a candidate sends me their resume because they are interested in the job. I call the candidate
We’ve all seen Alice in Wonderland and the opening scene with the white rabbit rushing around looking at his clock, panicking, and saying, “I’m late, I’m late for a very important date.” We all hear the panic in our candidate’s voice when they call to say they are running late.
You're out of work and need money quick. What do you do? Spend all day online applying for jobs and wait to have some companies call you back, but the majority of them do not. Bills are piling up and you're stressing out. Temp work is your answer!
Recently, I filled an evening class for one of my clients that for most would act as supplemental income. In that class, I placed a mother who was looking for that supplemental income as well as her daughter who was looking to gain work experience. It seemed to be a great situation for both, and