When I read the following article about what not to say to recruiters, I was thinking of the things candidates have said to me over the past couple of years that I really couldn’t believe. What sticks out to me most though is when a candidate tells me what I think I want to hear just to have me put them in front of the hiring manager but then changes their mind without telling me. Although it is important to stay in front of a recruiter it is another thing to waste a hiring manager’s time, especially in accounting and finance where the network is fairly small. Below is the article with additional points to consider when speaking to a recruiter as well as articles on helping you in your job search and interviewing.
Don’t Tell Recruiters These Things If You Want The Job
The Art of the Prescreen: 5 Critical Questions
These Are The Worst Answers To The Most Common Job Interview Questions
Mindy Kaling Reminds You That Having a Checklist’s Fine, But Don’t Be Afraid to Let it Go
NYC Permanent Job Roles
Accounting Manager / Controller for Hospitality Group
Staff Accountant for Professional Services firm in Midtown, New York City
Executive Assistant with Sales Reporting for C-Suite Professional
If you are interested in any of the opportunities, please feel free to email me at Johanna Rodriguez – JRodriguez@cfstaffing.com to learn more. We also offer a BONUS for anyone you refer over to us that is placed with our client either on a temporary or permanent basis. Feel free to email me to get more details on that as well!