And stagnant. Your resume probably reads like a job description.
When recruiters and hiring managers stop being human, they'll stop having biases. Biases can be all over the place, legal and illegal -- we just don't know about them.
You have worn a furrow deep into the carpet as a result of pacing back and forth in your office pondering how to prep for the upcoming job interview. You struggle mightily understanding the company’s balance sheet and profit and loss statement. Your brain is filled with facts and figures on the company’s business strategy as you try to memorize the biographies of the company’s C suite.
Hopefully, you are in the perfect place with the perfect people, but, just in case you’re not, I’m going to share a few thoughts, relationship help for a cold office climate.
Want to get the job? Don’t make people hate you by stalking them.
Explained in the simplest terms, headhunters, now often simply called “recruiters” or “staffing professionals” are utilized by companies to help them find candidates, often executives, but increasingly senior level technologists and engineers at both the individual contributor and management levels.