Frequently Asked Questions
Here are frequently asked questions about working with our company:
We don’t charge fees to jobseekers. All of our fees are paid by our clients who contract our services to help them identify strong candidates.
The information and conversations we have will be kept confidential. Before we ever send your resume or mention your name to anyone, we’ll make sure to have your express permission.
The biggest advantage of working with a recruiter is having access to relevant and timely information to advance your career. This includes information about:
- Tax Departments
- Hiring Managers
- And More
It depends on a lot of factors, such as:
- Job Market
- Time of year
- Salary Expectations
Occasionally, but we find that opportunities like these are often earned with time at the same company.
While we don’t have resume writing services, we’d love to provide you with resume samples and other articles that can help. We can also coach you on:
- Post-interview follow-ups
- Negotiating the job offer (base compensation, performance bonus, PTO, relocation assistance, signing bonus, other direct or indirect compensation)
- Handling your resignation
All major cities in the Western US as well as one off searches in other cities and states.
There is no compelling reason a person shouldn’t use a recruiter. Most of our candidates view us as a partner that wants to help advance their career or give them career options.
Yes, many people we work with are not “actively” looking to make a change but want to be kept aware of unique opportunities that may arise. We post jobs on our company website and have a monthly newsletter with helpful articles and a current job listing.
You may contact us by email, phone, or text. Even though you may be on LinkedIn or have a digital presence