Ah, the unthinkable atrocity. The horror!
Would a recruiter really lie to you, during one of the lowest parts of a job search (getting rejected)?
He starts with this:
I’ll often see a recruiter puffing up her chest online and strutting around bragging about how transparent she is with candidates.
So, then, I’ll ask her, “If the hiring manager rejected a candidate because he didn’t like her voice, would you tell her that? Imagine he said, ‘She’s very intelligent but if I had to listen to that all day, I’d shoot myself.’ Would you pass that on?” continue reading…
What do you think? Would they tell you?
Here’s how he ends his post:
“So, remember this job hunters: recruiters aren’t social workers. It’s not their job to tell you how to improve. If they can, they will; but usually they can’t.” continue reading…
A little dose of reality from one who knows. Thanks Animal for the honesty.
Now, job seekers, where can you go to figure out what you are doing wrong? You know, the stuff a recruiter won’t tell you?