Are there any fees for the candidate throughout the search process?
No, we never charge candidates for assisting in finding a new opportunity. While our fee is sometimes assessed based on how much you make (if it is based on a percentage) this merely allows us to determine and we have a contractual clause that states it cannot be removed from you salary, unlike some temp staffing firms.
However, we have been getting quite a few people requesting paid services to assist in their job search. While we don't like the idea of charging someone searching for a position, we also understand the hurdles one can encounter in a job search as well as that most candidates do not interview for a living and would likely be doing themselves a disservice if they spent too much time researching the interview process if they are looking for longevity.
While we intentionally don't overly coach sales candidates when we are working with the employers in order to ensure the most beneficial relationship between both, please feel free to enquire about our paid candidate services, which can include 'career therapy coaching' for executives that would like a professional in recruitment to be on solely their side throughout the process.
Can I contact you for open opportunities?
Yes, of course. However, the way we currently work is directly with employers that either do not have an internal talent acquisition department (start-ups, companies that prefer to keep the industries specialized or want a third party opinion, etc.) or larger organizations that are having difficulty filling their opportunities.
However, if you would like to register with us and potentially be contacted for open opportunities, you can do so here.
Why is the Company Name sometimes Confidential?
The company name is sometimes confidential for a variety of different reasons. This could be associated with:
A confidential project
A replacement opportunity
A contingency agreement
Initial confidentiality, associated with later revealing the name to allow the employer more time to focus on their work and more control over the process for the firm