The Job Seeker's Bill Of Rights

The Job Seeker's Bill Of Rights If you're using a recruiter or staffing firm to find a job, there are eleven rights you should absolutely insist on. Turn down a contract Change your mind and job without being made to feel bad. quit after accepting a contract job. Turn down an hourly rate below your minimum, and negotiate for more. Be treated respectfully and courteously. resignation It's 100% your So long as you decision. give two weeks' notice, as you would with any employer. If you aren't, don't work But be aware that the hiring company may have capped the rate, so you may lose the opportunity. with that recruiter. Know that for contract jobs, recruiters mark up your hourly rate anywhere from 50 to 75%. Insist that recruiters 10 11 never send out your resume without talking to you first. Cover Letter The difference between what they bill their clients and pay you pays staff, rent, and other business expenses. You have the right to... 3 After all, it might go to a company you've worked for, or somewhere an employee knows your current boss. Know that if you're placed in a full-time job, the recruiter receives a fee for placing you. Refuse an interuiew from a recruiter you'ue never spoken to before. Register with as many recruiters or staffing agencies as you want. Negotiate you compare to Know your recruiter's Your Resume opinion on how This is paid by the hiring company, usually 15-25% of your salary. any contract your competition. or agreement you are asked to sign. They may have sent your resume from an online source to clients without your permission. Resume Resume But remember that the first recruiter to call you about an opening gets to present you to that company, so you aren't submitted multiple times for the same role. You should feel free to ask how you stack up against people with similar backgrounds. And be sure to read any documents carefully before signing. W├╝nderland

The Job Seeker's Bill Of Rights

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Job seekers don't always understand the rights they deserve when working with a staffing agency. The job seeker may not have clear expectations set with the recruiter or staffing agency and that can l...


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