A: Forget about it. Outside of some wasted time, no harm was done. And you learned a lesson: Never trust a headhunter who dangles specifics such as pay and benefits. The only person in a position to discuss compensation is the one who’s hiring. The best executive search consultants will not recruit you for the wrong job just to satisfy their client.
- It's OK to ask questions about applicant's ability to do specific job
- When hiring, prepare for frivolous lawsuits
- It's not a crime to require applicants to sign arbitration agreements
- Is there a legal way to ask if candidates will be able to work weekends and after hours?
- Ensure your hiring process is rational, clear