"Guys thanks for the feedback, I think I should clarify the situation further. The client has an extended relationship with us and has hired multiple candidates. The issue that we have is happening with multiple clients, we have a conference call…"
"Sandra said it best:
"I expect reasonable feedback in a reasonable time frame on each candidate. It’s not my client if don't get it. But… I don't beat them to death demanding instant gratification. The street runs both…"
"Sandra, the hawkish behavior you describe is real - I see it in sourcers who demand payment immediately (some even before!) upon submitting names. Like you, it really turns me off. If someone can't participate in an easy ebb-and-flow of…"
"I expect to schedule an interview for every person I introduce. If no interview - then feedback as to where I missed and I'll try again.
Blasting resumes over to your "client" without any feedback day after day? That's no way to…"
"I would say misuse, for example, giving a job order to a few agencies just to collect a batch or resumes for future use so that six months later they can try to get away with recruiting the candidates directly and trying to bypass any previous…"
Everyday resumes are submitted to a position that a client is in need of filling. The client will identify that the position needs to be filled immediately. The recuriter takes the time to source, screen and present a candidate. The client then goes cold and does not communicate with the vendor.
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