1. Either they ring you, or you ring them if you're interested in a placement they have.
2. They give you a few details, such as pay and if you have the relevant skills.
3. They put you forward to the client.
4. They ask you to come in and register with them.
5. If the client is interested you are called for interview.
6. You give feed back to the agency on how it went and if you'd like the position if offered.
7. You either get offered the position or you don't, if you don't they'll look for something else for you.
8. If you get and accept the position, they ring you on the morning to see if all is ok and then in the evening and at the end of the week to see if you are getting on ok.
I have found they are the general rules for most agencies really.
Twice now hey have rang me up for an available position and twice it's been all cloak and dagger about the position they had unless I come in to the branch. The first time, u arranged to meet someone and ran to check what documents I'd need, the next day the cancelled due to illness, then rang totell me the client had withdrew. Just don't know what's with all the mystery.
Applied for a job, and was asked in to register for the position. Had to wait an hour to been seen....did the paperwork, then told they'd be in contact in a couple of days ?.
Got a call later the same day, offering me a job in something I'm not skilled in or have qualifications for. When I declined...and asked about the job I went for, person on the phone got stroppy, was evasive...and rang off !.
I don't want jobs I can't do...
Go into the store and speak to one of their colleagues. They will point you in the right direction.
Meet with angency
Chat rubbich for to long
Wait for a call and you start
Help jobseekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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