- Can the company guarantee that I will get a job if I hire them to apply to jobs for me?
- How does the company decide which jobs to apply to on my behalf?
The company should work with you to identify the types of jobs you are interested in and the criteria you want to use to determine which jobs to apply to. This might include specific keywords in the job title, location, and salary range, as well as your skills, experience, and career goals. The company should use this information to create a targeted list of job postings to apply to on your behalf.
- How do I know that the company is using my resume and cover letter when applying to jobs?
The company should provide you with a copy of your resume and cover letter, as well as any other materials they will be using when applying to jobs on your behalf. You can review these materials to ensure that they accurately reflect your qualifications and experience, and make any necessary updates or changes. The company should also provide you with updates on the status of your applications, so you can see which jobs they have applied to on your behalf.
- Can I review and approve the jobs that the company is applying to on my behalf?
Yes, you should be able to review and approve the jobs that the company is applying to on your behalf before they submit the applications. The company should provide you with a list of the jobs they are planning to apply to, along with the relevant details, so you can review and approve them. This will give you control over the job application process and ensure that only the jobs that you are interested in are being applied to on your behalf.
- What happens if I am not satisfied with the results of the company applying to jobs on my behalf?
If you are not satisfied with the results of the company applying to jobs on your behalf, you should first discuss your concerns with them. They may be able to provide insights into why you are not getting the results you want and suggest ways to improve your job search strategy. If you are still not satisfied, you may be able to cancel your contract with the company and seek a refund or other compensation. It is important to carefully review the terms of your contract with the company and understand your rights and obligations before hiring them to apply to jobs for you.