move forward except through you or the other recruiter would have to do a split with you?
Would you also restrict them from applying on their own direct to a company or if they did and got hired would they be required to tell the company that even though the company will not pay a fee they would have to since you have a contractual right to represent them? Or would you require them to pay you a Fee as their agent if they found their own job?
If I had an exclusive search, contacted a candidate who told me they had an agreement with another recruiter to represent them I would drop that candidate off the radar or tell them they would have to rescind the exclusive agreement and call me back. I would think the candidate would be none too happy to lose a shot at a great job.
I would think an exclusive to rep a candidate would have to have a reasonable time limit or a candidate would be foolish to sign or agree to an exclusive. And what would you do if they ignored it, sue them?…
uld move permanently to Phoenix. The ideal person would already live in Phoenix and would temporarily move to Flagstaff (company would cover living expense) and then would move back to Phoenix. We are not in the position to do a total relocation so this would be the ideal situation. If anyone knows anyone, have them email me firstname.lastname@example.org…
about their job.
I ask candidates if they could go back and change any decisions they have made in the past about their career what would they have done differently.
I ask hiring managers if they could change anything about their present and previous employees or their company what would they change?
I think when someone wants to change jobs or might be interested in changing jobs or change employees, knowing what they would change or what they would have done differently and what they think would be the result of that change brings out all kinds of interesting and helpful information. It's my take that when we change anything we always hope it will be for the better. Most people who think much are pretty good at hindsight as to what they would have done differently, much more so than predicting what they want to do and how that might affect things in the future.
If a candidate looks at me and says " i can't think of anything i would change or anything i would have done differently or anything i would have changed about my previous job or boss." I either have someone who was totally happy where they were for 25 years, got laid off and is totally in a fog or they are taking something that i would like to have a lot of to poke down my throat.
If an employer asks me about weaknesses, my response will always be , these are the things my candidate indicates they would change if they had the power to do so or these are the things my candidate would have done differently so i believe he has taken a good self inventory and learned something from the past and will be aware of it in the future.…
country required would they be considered?
How long would the submission from a recruiter be honored? I would want a year on something like this due to the time factor.
Would recruiters be able to review the jobs to qualify or be able to tell the candidate where their CV was going as in what company or is it being set up as a type of database where companies can simply review candidates to see if any of them fit their positions.
I could easily live with a 15K fee on something like this if all i had to do was do a write up on them and provide references.
What i would not want to happen would be to tell a candidate they were being submitted for a job then have it turn into a black hole with no feedback with the candidate calling or emailing all the time wanting feedback. If there were email feedback as to candidate status that i could simply pass on to the candidate that would be fine. Yes, no, maybe just something so i don't get stuck with spending a lot of time telling them that i know nothing.
If a candidate is submitted on one job and not selected would their CV stay in a database where they would be reviewed by other employers or would it have to be resubmitted if another position that might be a fit was posted.
Would they have to be qualified as to visa eligibility or would the employer handle all of that? I am not talking about actually the visa application assume the employer would do that. For instance if the candidate is a U. S. citizen would the recruiter be responsible for doing criminal background check to be sure that a visa could be obtained. More specifics as to what is involved in the qualifying process would help. I would not want to get into a situation where i had to spend time and mon…