What to Expect When You Come to Champion

Champion shares what the first day of candidate process is | Cleveland, OH

The first thing that you're going to notice about Champion is that we're unlike any other service. Our offices are very warm and inviting.

The First Step

When you walk in, you're going to be greeted by somebody at the front desk. They're going to give you a stack of paperwork. It's going to look daunting, but it’s not. And, it’s important for you to provide the information in that packet to us so we can help you!

The first page is basic information like your name, address, phone number, how do we get in touch with you, and your job history. We always encourage our job seekers to always provide this information and don't say see resume. Job recruiters look for the fact that you read right and follow directions.

Other Important Paperwork

Some of the other things that you're going to see in that packet of paperwork is a skills assessment, a release to run a background check, and tax paperwork. People are sometimes funny about filling out the tax paperwork, but it’s important that we get all of your information during your first visit with us to streamline the process. We want to make this as simple as possible for you, so you don't have to come back over and over again just to fill out more paperwork. 

Meeting with a Recruiter

The next step is to pair you with a recruiter. You will meet with someone who will actually sit down and talk with you one on one. They want to talk about what you can do, what you can't do, what you want to do, and, more importantly, what you don't want to do. When you think about your day to day life in your new job, you want to make sure you're doing something that makes you happy.

Better Job, Better Life

Our job at Champion is to make sure that we're finding the right fit for you. Because, if you're matched with a job that you don’t want to be doing, you won’t be happy. Our motto is to help you find a good job, make it a better job so that you can have a better life! That means finding out what you want to be doing and how to make that work for you!

If you are looking for a new job, you don’t have to do it alone! All it takes is walking in the door and spending that one day with Champion to get started towards your better life! 



Champion shares what the first day of candidate process is | Cleveland, OH

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