Most IT recruiting firms say their technical recruiters meet with every candidate for their IT job submittal. However, that claim is unrealistic and often a stretch of the truth. The reality is that IT recruiters cannot meet with every candidate. Not necessarily because the IT recruiters Boston are too busy to meet with prospective information technology candidates. Instead, it’s typically the candidates who are too busy or just don’t want to take the time to meet technical recruiters Boston.
From a candidate’s perspective, they’re not sure the IT recruiters CA can help them or guarantee the meeting with produce a submittal of their resume never mind an interview or a new IT job. Since, many IT staffing companies simply just require a face to face meeting with their IT recruiters San Diego, even if they don’t have any IT jobs, candidates are hesitant to commit time out of their day without certainty of a submittal. While there certainly is value in building relationships with IT recruiters, one can understand the hesitation. Instead of IT recruiting companies requiring their technical recruiters meet with every candidate, they should simply require a face to face meeting only after they have identified the candidate as someone they would like to submit for an actual position. However, while this approach sounds good in theory, even this has it’s flaws. Waiting for a face to face meeting could delay the s process and ultimately contribute to missing out on the IT job. Since most needs are immediate, especially in contract IT staffing, the technical job could be filled before the candidate’s resume even makes it to the client’s inbox.
Ultimately, IT staffing firms should not make statements like they meet with every candidate. Instead, they should claim they try to meet with candidates whenever possible. Meanwhile, candidates should not avoid meeting with IT recruiters LA. Instead, they should be selective as to whom they meet with and make sure the meeting is worth their time.