Quick Answer: Do Recruiters Lie?

Do Army Recruiters lie about jobs?

However, military recruiting is a numbers game: Recruiters’ careers are made and broken based on whether or not they can meet their monthly quotas (called “goals” in the recruiting world).

Keep in mind (depending on the service branch) that most recruiters are non-volunteers.

Do recruiters get bonuses?

Do U.S Army recruiters get a bonus for getting people to enlist? Nope no bonuses. The recruiters get a form of pay a little higher than normal for being away from all of their benefits. While they let you talk trash, most recruiters didn’t need (for promotion anyway) any more awards.

What do recruiters lie about?

Recruiters working for staffing agencies such as Aerotek, or Robert Half are notorious for this. They are taught to tell job-seekers to come in and fill out paperwork, and only then can the Recruiter discuss all the job openings that they have (which in and of itself is a lie).

Why do hiring managers lie?

Job-seekers hear lies from recruiters, hiring managers, and other people involved in the selection process. She lied to you when you were a candidate for the job. People who lie to job-seekers aren’t necessarily trying to mislead them. They have high hopes at the moment they say whatever fanciful thing they say.