You don’t know what you don’t know about that candidate you are interviewing. That means…
John Borrowman, CPC
Borrowman Baker, LLC
You go to an attorney for help in avoiding legal problems. You go to a doctor for help in avoiding health problems. It probably never occurred to you to turn to a recruiter for help in avoiding career pitfalls.
You’re not alone in thinking that there’s no point talking with a recruiter if you are not in a job change mode. Who else but a recruiter with a long history of watching how BV/LS careers develop could help you find the answers to questions like these:
I would like to move closer to family. Is it smarter to attempt that now? Or wait until I build up more experience?
The partners in my CPA firm keep saying they want me to help build the BV/LS practice, but I’m not sure that they are serious. What do I do?
I really like the people I work with, but the rungs of the ladder are full above me and I’m not sure how I can move up. Do I have other options?
Everybody has questions every now and then. “Am I in the right place?” “Am I being paid fairly?” When you have questions, give us a call. We can help you find answers.