• Report: #1164447

Complaint Review: National Construction Workforce

  • Submitted: Wed, July 23, 2014
  • Updated: Wed, July 23, 2014

  • Reported By: Paul — Atlanta Georgia
National Construction Workforce
2500 E 46th St indianapolis, Indiana USA

National Construction Workforce Beware of unsolicited contact from recruiters indianapolis Indiana

*Author of original report: I stand by my original warning

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Normal Course of Business in Recruiting

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Beware in your dealings with Nick S. and Adam H. They contacted me via LinkedIn.com so if you use that site be careful. They called me out-of-the-blue with a very lucrative position they were trying to staff. As soon as they got my resume they were hard to reach. The last time we communicated (via personal message) the 'client' had not gotten the work they thought they were going to get so the position(s) was cancelled. Strange, because Adam initially told me client was ready to hire.


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#1 Author of original report

I stand by my original warning

AUTHOR: XXXXXX - ()

Sir

Ive been a contract engineer for 25 years and have deal regularly with recruiters and support staff. I know all too well how the interview process goes. That being said, after my last contact with Nick/Adam something didnt feel right which is not something I usually consider. Perhaps it was as you said and my resume just didnt appeal to the client. Or it could be just as I have outlined. You werent involved in the process so youre going on second hand/one-sided information. Ive learned to trust my gut when something doesnt feel right, there are too many scam artists stealing from people every day. I would be remiss if I didnt sound and alarm with apologies to you and your colleagues delicate sensibilities. Perhaps they should work more diligently at not coming off as I described.

P.S. I didint name the site, Im just using it as a vehicle for my warning.

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#2 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Normal Course of Business in Recruiting

AUTHOR: Dan - ()

Dear Sir,

I am sorry that this particular job did not come through for you, but I am struggling to find the "ripoff" in the description you have provided.  If I understand correctly, a recruiter contacted you through a major business networking website to ask if you were interested in applying for a position.  They then collected your resume (possibly also had a conversation or traded email(s) RE additional relevant experience).  Next they communicated with the client in an attempt to generate interest in your specific experience and profile.  When they didn’t get the result they wanted from the client, because the client wound up not having the need(s) they originally thought that they did, they informed you that they wouldn’t be able to place you in this position. 

In our business, where skilled labor supply is short, contractor clients of ours are often looking for the right individuals to grow their business in the hopes that they will win upcoming work, necessitating the additional capacity.  Our job is to stay ahead of this demand curve, so that we can respond by helping to fill positions quickly, and efficiently, for both job seeker and hiring firm alike.  Sometimes this means we are in a position where we are discussing a position with a candidate, and the position winds up being hypothetical, and not able to be filled.  We are never intending to be disingenuous.

Knowing Nick and Adam, I am sure they would rather have helped you secure this job, and would have been happy to consider you for a future position.  They take a lot of pride in what they do.  Knowing the fourteen years of a solid business reputation that our firm possesses, and the tens of thousands of individuals that we have successfully placed, I can assure you that there is nothing else going on here other than what they said. 

Apologies for the frustration, and that things didn’t work out exactly as you wanted, or thought they would / should.  However, in an age where SEO matters, this feels like an instance of frivolous use of the word ripoff.  Best wishes in the future. 

Dan

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