Our Process
       

Our Process

We want to make the process of submitting a resume as personable one. Please review the list below to give you an idea of what to expect:

  1. Open Positions − When submitting resumes, please upload in MS Word format. If no positions match your background, you can post your resume in our database for future consideration. A STAFF50 recruiter may also contact you regarding potential opportunities with one of our partner companies. You should receive an email confirmation immediately after posting your profile for a particular opportunity. You will also be contacted within 48 hours should you be compatible for a particular opportunity. All correspondence will be treated with confidentiality.
  2. Conversation − During the conversation phase it is important you are honest and accurate about your experience and qualifications. Once the position is discussed and you and the recruiter agree that you are compatible with the requirements of the position, you will be asked to meet face-to-face with the recruiter.
  3. Face-to-Face Meeting − Face-to-Face meetings allow the recruiter and candidate to establish report and a working relationship. Our clients rely on us to thoroughly vet our applicants prior to submission and for candidates who may have difficulties coordinating a face-to face we offer the flexibility to meet virtually.(Please visit our Virtual Meeting section for more information.) After all, recruiters are more inclined to advocate for people they feel they know and trust.
  4. The Wait − After the resume is submitted to the client for review we must wait for feedback. This phase can be a very difficult and recruiters recognize the stress and frustration most candidates experience. Most applicants justifiably believe they are the ideal candidate for a particular opportunity and can prove this fact if given the opportunity to explain their qualifications. While your recruiter may share this view, the process is very subjective and the only aspect that is in your control is how prepared you are if an interview is requested.
  5. Offer − If an offer is extended, congratulations, your preparation has paid off. However, if you fail to receive an offer, please understand, an unfavorable outcome in no way reflects on your ability or past experience. Many candidates have received multiple rejections and have gone on to to hold leadership positions with well-respected organizations.