"If this is really happening (and yes, it did happen to me years ago) then:
a. You need to redefine "client". Obviously this person isn't a client in any real sense.
b. 15%, really? Maybe that is all you value your services.
"Good advice...if you are satisfied in only finding the 20% of the jobs that are filled every day in this country. Sure, these "tips" are definitely a part of what you should be thinking about, and it's what 99% of most people do…"
"I have found if you treat a potential candidate openly and honestly, they will normally return the courtesy. If after I share as much information about the position, company and compensation as possible, I expect and ask them to do the same…"
"Any delay, ANY delay is too long. I used to tell candidates that as soon as they left the interview, they call me collect from the first telephone they passed. I beat it into them that I needed to hear from them even before I heard from…"
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