Never waste an opportunity to shine when your interviewer says, “Why don’t you tell me a little about yourself.”
College students who have spent time in learning-on-the-job opportunities are now returning to campus or entering the “official” workforce.
There is no clear connection between a credit history and job performance and many job seekers consider it to be an unfair way of screening candidates; however, no Federal discrimination law specifically prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of a bad credit report.
It’s seems to me it’s more costly to settle for mediocre talent, or just the best of what responds to your post. A staffing partnership allows a company to make a cost-effective hire while channeling your recruitment teams’ efforts into filling positions that take less struggle and time.
Why would a company pay a recruiter’s placement fee to find candidates that possess absolutely zero industry experience? And, why might a recent grad vs. someone with more experience be the smarter hire?