After working years for an employment agency I realized that there is no personal connections between the client and agency. It just seemed to me that many times a client will give the agency a list of the qualities they need in a new worker and an agency just sorts through their file and pretty much "picks a name out of the hat" sort of say. Seeing many failures and no communication and personal connections I was not satisfied and decided to start an Agency of my own.
I have this great idea (it seems to me anyways and no one else) that during this recession a that I can help people and play a part in helping this economy. I have gone through great lengths to plan out my ideas. Then I realized that in a time such as these on of America's problems is that many people no longer has transportation to get to work and decided that I can provide people transportation to work as part of my agency agreement. This way it will elimate the "transportation" issue.
Currently I am finding out that many hiring managers do not even want to give me the time of day to let them know what services I can provide them. It makes me wonder did I begin this agency for the wrong reason. Have we gotten to a point where ethics, morals and beliefs are no longer valued in the recruiting field. How can I reach out to hiring managers and have them become interested and give me the time of day to at least let them know what I can do to help them?