A life science recruiter's blog on placing R&D professionals.

  • A Recruiter Must Not Lie to Candidates

    A recent post by Matt Charney titled “The 5 Biggest Lies Recruiters Tell Candidates” is about common put offs that a recruiter might use to evade a candidate’s questions or status in the hiring process. Mr. Charney points out that not all recruiters lie to their candidates and it is well written with good advice on […]

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  • Common Recruiter Questions # 3

    Why do you want to make a change at this time? A common question recruiters often ask is “ Why do you want to make a change at this time?” It is important how you answer this question. First of all even though you might not have been thinking of a change until the recruiter […]

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  • Common Recruiter Questions: #2

    Recruiters often ask their candidates probing questions in order to learn more about the candidates than is featured on their resume/ CV. They assess a candidate in a personal interview, whether by phone or in person. There are certain steps a candidate can take to be prepared for this interview. The first is to study […]

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  • Common Recruiter Questions: # 1

    Recruiters often ask their candidates probing questions in order to learn more about the candidates than is featured on their resume/ CV. They assess a candidate in a personal interview, whether by phone or in person. There are certain steps a candidate can take to prepare for this interview. The first is to study the […]

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