Instead of waiting until the conversation comes up, take the initiative and ask about salary the first time you meet a recruiter.
Xiang Qing, a 22-year-old recruiter for the Funilai undergarment factory, was looking wilted and abject under the shade of a plastic canopy.
After accepting, the recruiter found a semi-nude photo of the candidate, prompting Mr. Goldsmith to withdraw this person from consideration.
'He wasn't kidding,' says Russ Riendeau, an executive recruiter who set up the interview and confirmed the account with the job hunter.
You know who you are better than any recruiter, so don’t let someone convince you to take something you don’t feel certain about.
He made some upfront sacrifices because he really wanted this particular job with this particular employer, the recruiter told me.
Faking a strong interest in a particular industry is preferable to telling a recruiter you're desperate for any job he or she has to offer.
'Perhaps you'd like to wear something a bit more formal?' Ms. Griffin, a 53-year-old executive recruiter, asked hopefully.
Bross has a second title, vice-chair of U.S. business, which also makes him salesman-, recruiter-, and lobbyist-in-chief.
The template helps the recruiter manage requisitions, capture referrals and resumes and coordinate interviews.
As the recruiter for that position, you need to review all e-mail messages responding to the job opening.
'There's a huge shortage of engineers,' said Valerie Frederickson, a recruiter in Silicon Valley.
Don't dole out money to any kind of recruiter or sign a contract agreeing to do so.
'It was so horribly inappropriate,' the recruiter recalls.
Here are four things you shouldn't ask of a recruiter.
"Is anybody else willing to go?" the recruiter asked.
Were you rude to the recruiter or the receptionist?
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