Temporary Staffing – A cost effective way to recruit right candidate

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Today, when the population is growing with a growing demand of employment, the job of recruitment has become pivotal in order to manage the jobs. Every year, millions of people get employed in various sectors of jobs, and still there are millions who don’t get any. Fake ads, discrimination and several other factors hinder the employment rate.

Recruitment can be a tedious job and it is even demeaned at some places by introducing some illegitimate practices. Hence, recruiters are not welcomed everywhere. They are considered to be everything that is wrong with the job market and are disrespected.

But not every recruiter has such ways of working. There are many recruiters out there who work honestly with complete legitimacy and transparency. In order to give a positive start to your job search, it is important to be confronted with some things which will come along the way.

1. Fake Job Ads

Numerous recruitment agencies follow this false trick to attract candidates. They take advantage of the policy of keeping their client information confidential and generate openings that don’t really exist. There is nothing wrong with it. But because of the confidential information of the clients, you have no way of verifying if there is actually a position open. If you go to their client directly, you are deterring their ability to do business.

So, there are a few things which should be asked to the agency beforehand. Ask for the detailed job description and the position for which the opening is presented. Also, ask for the date by which the position needs to be filled. The location where the client company is situated is also an important point to note. And most importantly, you should question about the number of candidates that have been placed with that client before.

2. Scams

Although there is nothing wrong with keeping the client information confidential, but trying to acquire personal information of the candidate before placing him/her for a job is. Many recruitment companies attempt to seek SSN or SIN number of the candidates along with the direct deposit information, etc. If your recruiter attempts to derive any of this information from you, you must be alarmed.

Therefore, you must do the research on your part about your recruiter before submitting any such information. If possible, you should also meet him/her in person beforehand.

3. Discrimination

Discrimination exists everywhere, even if you apply directly in a company. It is not compulsory to submit your CV to your recruiter in Canada, USA and most of the West. You resume, in fact is immediately discarded. If the recruiters interview you and then decide not to offer you a position, you are on grounds to sue them for discrimination.

Majorly, the cause of discrimination is the client or the company which is giving out the position. They specifically ask for a particular gender, appearance, skills, etc. However, the major basis of discrimination is nationality.

4. Misleading Ads

Recruiting companies have this notion that the more nicely they dress up a job, the more number of candidates will apply and hence, they will be able to fill more number of positions. To fulfil this desire, they often post misleading ads giving out incomplete information which seems very attractive to candidates. The companies either lie or hide the truth.

In such cases, when the position seems too good to be true, it is best to meet up with the company and clear your doubts right away as there can be a lot of terms and conditions attached to the job which you do not know about.

There are a handful of bad recruiters with bad intentions, but most recruiters have good intentions of finding the right candidate for a position by the right means. In this world where it is already a hard task to find a job, you must choose the right recruiter to make your life easier and not more difficult.

GTA Recruitment offers jobs to skilled and unskilled labour with complete transparency. Have a look to find what suits you.

http://www.gtarecruitment.ca/