details. They will do anything necessary to simply make a placement and invoice their customer. They don’t have their customer’s best interests at heart. His only concern is getting paid and getting past the guarantee period!
That statement focuses on the recruiters and their actions.
After being excoriated by professional contingent recruiters who chose not to operate in this fashion you then try to back pedal and say the issue is with the contingency search model. That is not, nor has it ever been the case. The contingency model is just fine when carried out by professional who do have their client’s best interest in mind. Does the contingency model allow for some resume brokers to exist who only care about getting paid.... Of course. Every profession has their own ambulance chasers.
You continue to fail to understand how professional contingent recruiters operate and the sad thing is you are continuing to comment on a business model that you obviously do not understand. Until you understand how to reconcile the contingent business model with being a professional I suggest you read more and learn about the business in which you are supposedly an "expert." Actually reading this blog, instead of continuing to post factually incorrect missives, may be a good place to start. Good day.…
doing so you're somehow thinking it's a fact. Well - it's not. It might be the case often, but in no way summarizes the total availability of qualified candidates. Frankly I think it's foolish to assume it to be the case.
The fact that it's in your company motto offers no particular merit to the statement either.
Let's refresh ourselves with the theme of the original post here "There are no such things as active or passive candidates in the recruitment market, there are only good candidates and the rest." We could have just left it at that.
Jerry (a guy in Indiana somehow pulling off miracles on a daily basis....)