It does not matter
how many years you have been in the working world, there is always a deal to learn about
the interview process and your role in the process.
extremely important thing to consider is whether or not a particular recruiter is going to
be able to help you, either directly or perhaps even at all. You will undoubtedly find
some recruiting organizations who are "paper mills" and will tell candidates
that they can help them with just about any background. You should however, find out what
sorts of positions are in groups repertoire...and perhaps in a broad sense of the concept.
We, for example, deal with healthcare technology, but not really technical positions in
the sense that 100% of the time would be spent with hands on the keyboard or laying down
cable. We deal with healthcare, but not home care nor usually managed care. We deal with
revenue cycle, but not from a collections perspective. You can sort of figure out what we
are best at by pursuing a few of the jobs we have worked on,
but even then, the list is not complete and we frequently refer candidates to others.
A good rule
of thumb when trying to figure out whether a recruiter or recruiting firm can help you is
to ask questions. We welcome your questions. If we can help you, wonderful, if we can't
we'll tell you. In our case, because we don't share your data with others without speaking
with you about the opportunity, you can send
your resume attached to the question. Asking uesitons is never a bad thing.
We have compiled some information for you to review with suggestions for your
consideration. We are firm believers that what is meant to happen will, and if it's not,
it won't. However, while that may sound like we are fatalists and and absorbed with the
notion of pre-destination, we would like to think not. We do believe that that which is
meant to be is in a great number of instances influenced or decided by the action we put
into the process
Before the Interview ~ During the Interview ~ Post
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