Questions Recruiters Ask That Are None Of Their Business

Recruiters are often a valuable tool in a legal job search – but are all questions recruiters ask fair game?

“For decades recruiters have been trained to ask job candidates “What are you earning now?” It is hard to give up a well-established habit like the habit of demanding a job-seeker’s salary details. Some recruiters are having trouble learning the new-millennium process of placing a candidate into a new position using their salary target rather than salary details in the process. That is understandable, because we all have trouble shaking off our early training. Look how easily job applicants fall into Good Little Job Seeker mode on job interviews — even when they don’t want to! Here are ten questions recruiters may ask you — but the answers are none of their business….”

Read: Ten Questions Recruiters Ask — That Are None Of Their Business at Forbes

Unhappy Clients Fail to Complain about Lawyers

Apparently clients don’t complain about lawyers, but everyone else does: “Half of the clients who were dissatisfied with their legal representation did not complain or take any action, according to figures just published from the…