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The 12 Absolute Commandments to Working With Recruiters

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Below are the 12 absolute commandments to working with recruiters in your job search:

  1. Make sure they agree not to release your resume to any opportunity without your permission.
  2. Make sure they agree not to release your resume to any opportunity without your permission.
  3. Find out how long the recruiter worked on that “desk”. In other words, in your marketplace specialty.
  4. Ascertain how many direct placements they had last year, and so far, this year?
  5. What application do they work with?
  6. What type of positions do they typically handle?
  7. Ask what kind of recruiter they are: contingency, retained, or internal.
  8. Be sure to ask how many candidates the recruiter submits per search?
  9. What mechanisms has the recruiter put in place to distinguish their candidates from another recruiter’s candidates?
  10.  Is this position that the recruiter is submitting you for a “split”?
  11. How many other candidates is the Hiring Authority seeing?
  12. Does the recruiter work with HR, hiring manager, or the VP/C Suite?
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