I was contacted by a recruiter for a job in company where I am already employed.


  • 39
    They were so impressed that they want to hire you again.
  • 26
    maybe they want to double your salary. go for it, you'll get paid twice to do the same shit once.
  • 8
    @molaram I so wish that was possible.
  • 18
    Apply and see when they notice
  • 21
    @divinedragon an other way is that you can use this offer to get an counteroffer from the company.
  • 6
    @stop he's too scared to try anything. apparently it would be "wrong".
  • 5
    @molaram why? its completly normal in our industry to go where you get an better offer.
  • 6
    Demand an offer, accept it, enjoy double salary.
  • 6
    Or they will fire you to hire you paying less
  • 7
    @rittmann When you have to train your replacement but the replacement is you.
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    I left a job that I got through a recruiter. He layer contacted me about another job, thinking I was still at the job he placed me at. He wasn't supposed to do that (normally recruiters agree to not poach people from their own clients). When I told him I had already switch jobs he asked where I was currently. Come to find out the job I had gotten on my own is the same position he was trying to place me in. Recruiters are worthless and have no idea what they're doing.
  • 3
    I guess the only way this is undeetaabsle is if your linkedin is out of date..
  • 2
    @YADU nope my LinkedIn was definitely up to date lol.
  • 6
    Apply for it.

    Chances are that you will be interviewing your own self!
  • 3
    Go for it - either for fun and lulz - or to get a higher offer you can then use as proof that they actually should pay you more...
  • 1
    @stop I get double spiderman meme vibes 🤣
  • 0
    Keep in touch after probation period is done 🤭
  • 0
    I find this hilarious 😂 what did you say???
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    @witchDev Once I got to know its the same company, I politely said, I have been working here already. To this he also laughed and told me to reach out to him if I plan to leave.
  • 0
    “I’m currently working at {companyName} but am always interested in hearing about opportunities.“

    That might actually get you a raise if they think you are on the prowl.
  • 0
    Have you continued with the interview? Maybe you get two salaries from the same company! 😆
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