A recruiter works, by definition, for the hiring company

Job search  A recruiter works, by definition, for the hiring company as that is who pays them

Most recruiters don’t have time to work with candidates and a candidate really can’t “hire a recruiter”.  You can hire a coach and you can work with an agency.  But it has been illegal for an agency to charge you for “finding you a job”, especially if they don’t fulfill that promise. 

I cannot bring myself to simply ignore really great people with excellent skill sets for whom I don’t currently have a potential role, nor those who “came in second” for jobs I do have.  So I have been “giving advice” or casually coaching these people for years.  I started writing this blog and sending out a free newsletter.  Now I’m teaching classes in how to manage your own career, find jobs through your network and really maintain your career network.  I’d love to have you join me.  

You can get more information about the free class and sign up here

I’ll post more about the paid classes if I get enough interest.  Tell me you are interested by signing up for the free class or emailing me at connie@biosciencejobkit.com

For a free initial job search strategy coaching call, please do schedule a call here.

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