Employment agencies are companies that help job seekers find
a job. The fulltime job of those agencies is to match employers and jobseekers.
Usually employers will list a job opening with the recruiters rather than
posting them on public boards. The recruiter will look through candidates and
send best-qualified individuals to the company for a personal interview. If
there is no position that matches your qualifications at the time you submit
your resume, the agents will keep your information in their databases. Each
time a new job opportunity is available the recruiters check their databases
for qualified individuals. For this reason working with Recruit Companies is
the most efficient way of job searching.
How do they work?
When employer makes request for
particular position Employment Agency search their database for available
candidates. Then agency selects a small number of candidates, who they
think are right people for an employment opportunity available from
employer. They contact and interviewing the most suitable candidates. In
this case your chance to land the job is very high.
Employment Agency often improves
your resume to target it to its client position. Employment Agency
prepares you for your interview the way it meat employer’s
expectations. Employment Agency is highly interested in your
employment. If you get hired it will earn its commission.
If Employment Agency doesn’t have a
position for you at present, it keeps your resume in database for future
employment opportunities. Once in a while they will be contacting you to verify that you are still
on the job market and update their database with a newer version of your
resume. When a new opportunity available, Employment
Agency looks for candidates in its database.