Candidate FAQs

Let’s clear some things up.

The recruiting industry can be confusing. There can be a lot to upack and a variety of terms and practices to go through. To help break it down, here are our answers to the most common questions about what we do and how we do it.

I’ve never worked with a recruiter before… how does it work?

Not all workforce solutions firms work the same way. At Synergis, we believe in building long-term relationships with our clients and candidates. So, when you work with us, the very first step is to connect you with a recruiter who specializes in the field in which you work. We partner with you from the very first conversation through the final stages of the interview, so you always have the support you need. Here is the basic process we follow:

 

Step 1: When you decide to work with Synergis, we’ll connect you with the recruiter who can best support you on your professional journey.

Step 2: Next, we’ll take some time to get to know you: we’ll discuss your strengths, interests, professional goals and vision for your career.

Step 3: Using our new understanding of your situation, we’ll evaluate the current opportunities from our clients and set up interviews for you with any roles of interest.

Step 4: Finding you a great opportunity isn’t the end of our relationship. After you start your new gig, we’ll keep in touch to make sure things are going well and will continue to provide help and resources through our Consultant Advocate Program.

Want more reasons to work for Synergis as a consultant? Read more about why we’re different.

 

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The average length of an initial contract duration is about six months. But, the average overall tenure of our consultants is 16 months and the average assignment extension is four months. So, it varies greatly per client and assignment.

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