Meeting with a Recruiter and Not Sure How to Prepare?
We like to tackle job-related topics to educate and better prepare job-seekers for the professional world. However, a lot of candidates don’t take meetings with their recruiters as seriously as they should.
Whether it is a recruiter for a firm, or you are preparing for your first interview, each of these steps are very important and can make a lasting impression on the person interviewing you.
Our job at City Personnel, as a staffing agency, is to hire candidates through our agency and place them at a company that has hired us to fill positions. An added bonus of our job is that we get to help people find their perfect job in their career field. At the end of the day, when we send a candidate to a client for an interview, that candidate represents us.
This is why it is just as important to make the best first impression with your recruiter as it is to an interviewer at a company. We wanted to give you some pointers on how to conduct yourself when meeting with a recruiter for the first time so you can show what a great asset you are.
If you are not meeting with a recruiter, but preparing for an interview with a company, this will also apply to you.