As a Candidate: Be Transparent with your Recruitment Consultant and stakeholders
1. Inform your Recruitment Consultant / Stakeholders clearly, if you are
exploring other opportunities or you have any other offers in hand, or if
there is something which your employer should know about you. It is going to
be revealed sooner or later.
2. Inform your Consultant, if you are expecting high growth or not
satisfied with the offer and you don’t have any intentions to join, so they
can check with the client if it is negotiable.
3. Inform your consultant, if you are not going to attend the interview, he
can cover up for you and you can save your reputation.
As an Employer: Be Transparent to your Candidate / Employee as well as
1. Inform your new joinee / candidate / prospective candidate about the job
description, work location, salaries, and benefits very clearly and please
ensure, there should not be any misunderstanding.
2. Provide decent accommodation facilities.
For stronger and long lasting relationships it is important to be transparent in all your
dealings and discussions.
About the Author:
Sanjay Shah, our Nigeria Recruitment Expert, has a rich experience of working and hiring for middle and senior executive positions in Nigeria.
As per recent interactions with Nigerian clients and markets, he predicts an increase in hiring in manufacturing sectors in Nigeria such as FMCG, Engineering, and Automobile. The economy is slowly recovering after the recession with new investments and new players entering the Nigerian market.
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