If you don't get the answer you're looking
for, call and ask us at (781) 769-4390.
I need a job, but I have never gone through an agency
before. What do I do?
First send us a copy of your resume and/or fill out an
application. We will search our records to locate an open
position which matches your objective and qualifications. If
no match is found we will hold your resume until a definitive
match is found. When we do find a match we will contact
you for a prescreening interview and discussion about the job.
We’ll discuss with you the details of the opening prior to
obtaining your permission to submit your resume. After
submission we remain in contact with the company to be certain
that you are properly considered. If the employer is
interested, we will arrange either a personal or telephone
interview with you. We make all the arrangements including
directions, contact info, date/time and any other information
we can provide you. Following the interview we will inform you
of the client's reaction to the interview and keep you
apprised of their decision. Finally, if you are selected, we
make arrangements for you to start the job, temporary or
direct, at the company.
What do I pay the agency to get me the job?
NOTHING. Our fees are always paid by the company that hires
you. Our efforts to contact you, to keep your information in
our database current, to discuss job opportunities with you,
and to arrange interviews are free of charge.
Do you cover all geographic locations?
Since we are a single office, our focus is to work with
companies in the New England area. We can and have
successfully placed personnel in other regions of the country
and will consider all opportunities. On the other hand,
we have friendly partnerships with recruiting and placement
firms across America. Those firms contact us from time to time
to assist in their recruiting efforts.
Do you help cover relocation costs for direct jobs or
per diem for temp jobs/contracts?
This depends on the client company. Per Diem can be
negotiated, dependent upon residency. Reimbursement for
full relocation is up to the company looking to hire you. Most companies help in relocation costs for the right
candidate for a direct position. If you would like to relocate
to New England, assuming that's where the job is, you will
probably receive at least some assistance. Not in every case,