What to do if a recruiter sends you an unsolicited lead?

What to do if a recruiter sends you an unsolicited lead?

Ignore the fact that the recruiter sent you the unsolicited lead. Proceed as you would if you discovered the candidate yourself. You have no business relationship with them and therefore you don’t owe anything to anyone. Double check the above with your company’s HR/Lawyer to be on the safe side.

What happens if you say ” no recruiters ” to someone?

You specifically said “no recruiters”, and they contacted you anyway. You have three choices: Assume that, despite the person identifying themselves as a recruiter, their communication despite your prohibition on recruiter e-mails means that this person is not contacting you in the context of being a recruiter.

What’s the best question to ask an employee?

The question makes it sound like you want an employee to be your scout or spy. When you invest the time and energy to build trust on your team, they will tell you straight out what they think. You won’t always want to hear it — but their willingness to speak is what shows the high trust level on the team!

Can a recruiter violate the trust of a candidate?

They should not benefit from violating your trust, and unfortunately that extends to their candidate, for whom they are acting as agent.

Is it illegal to solicit an employee before leaving?

Soliciting Fellow Employees Before Leaving. The legal policy in favor of allowing an employee to leave and compete does NOT, however, allow that employee to violate the fiduciary duty to the employer and solicit other employees before leaving.

Is it unfair to solicit employees from a business?

One does not “own” employees and sooner or later all of us lose good employees to tough competitors. One can gain additional protection by good contracts, good employee relationships, and maintenance of the confidentiality of critical information.

Can a former employee solicit an ex employee?

Note, however, that once the employment was terminated, the ex employee is free to solicit former coworkers and their particular skill sets and talents have been held not to constitute a trade secret of the employer which can be protected. Metro Traffic Control, Inc. v Shadow Traffic Network (1994) 22 CA4th 853.

Is it illegal to ask an employer if you have been arrested?

States that do have a law – If you live in a state that does have a law that prohibits employers from asking questions about arrests that did not lead to convictions, you should not be asked whether you have ever been arrested. However, some employers may ask you this anyway. The employer may not know that this is an illegal question.