- Recruiters usually want what's best for the company and the applicant
- But that doesn't mean they can tell you everything
- For instance, they might not mention your references didn't paint you in the best light
Saturday, 9 September 2017
8 things recruiters wish they could tell you — but won't
Recruiters may seem intimidating, but they genuinely want the best for both candidates and the company.
Good recruiters want you to have the best experience possible during the application and interview process — but even though they want the best for you, there are some things that they just can’t share.
Salary bands, candidate competition, internal HR tactics — let’s just call them trade secrets. They are the confidential information that, unfortunately, recruiters cannot divulge.
To get to the truth, we reached out to Omer Molad, CEO/Founder of Vervoe, a recruiting company that replaces face-to-face interviews with online simulations for small and medium-sized businesses. Molad built his business on the premise that hiring is painful, and he has unique insight into the frustrations and insights of recruiters.
Here are a few of the secrets that Molad says recruiters won’t tell you, but really want to.
This story was originally published by Glassdoor.