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Hi I recently ran into an interesting situation and would like some ethical feedback...

  Here's the situation.

1) I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site

2) Recruiting firm introduced me to companyX

3) Position was an awesome fit and companyX setup an in person interview

4) Recruiting firm and companyX had a falling out:

5) Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is cancelled

  1. I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site

  2. Recruiting firm introduced me to company X

  3. Position was an awesome fit and company X setup an in person interview

  4. Recruiting firm and company X had a falling out

  5. Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is canceled

I would like to re-engage with companyXcompany X directly. Am I legally bound not to pursue the position? Is companyXcompany X legally bound not to pursue me if I found a job posting online and submit directly?

Seems wrong to me that issues between companyXcompany X and recruiting firm would block my ability to get a job and provide for my family.

Thanks for any insight...

Hi I recently ran into an interesting situation and would like some ethical feedback...

  Here's the situation.

1) I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site

2) Recruiting firm introduced me to companyX

3) Position was an awesome fit and companyX setup an in person interview

4) Recruiting firm and companyX had a falling out

5) Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is cancelled

I would like to re-engage with companyX directly. Am I legally bound not to pursue the position? Is companyX legally bound not to pursue me if I found a job posting online and submit directly?

Seems wrong to me that issues between companyX and recruiting firm would block my ability to get a job and provide for my family.

Thanks for any insight...

I recently ran into an interesting situation and would like some ethical feedback. Here's the situation:

  1. I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site

  2. Recruiting firm introduced me to company X

  3. Position was an awesome fit and company X setup an in person interview

  4. Recruiting firm and company X had a falling out

  5. Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is canceled

I would like to re-engage with company X directly. Am I legally bound not to pursue the position? Is company X legally bound not to pursue me if I found a job posting online and submit directly?

Seems wrong to me that issues between company X and recruiting firm would block my ability to get a job and provide for my family.

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Hi I recently ran into an interesting situation and would like some ethical feedback...

Here's the situation. 1

1) I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site.
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2) Recruiting firm introduced me to companyX 3

3) Position was an awesome fit and companyX setup an in person interview. 4

4) Recruiting firm and companyX had a falling out.
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5) Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is cancelled. 5) 

I would like to re-engage with companyX directly.

  Am I legally bound not to pursue the position? IsIs companyX legally bound not to pursue me if I found a job posting online and submit directly?

Seems wrong to me that issues between companyX and recruiting firm would block my ability to get a job and provide for my family.

Thanks for any insight...

Hi I recently ran into an interesting situation and would like some ethical feedback...

Here's the situation. 1) I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site.
2) Recruiting firm introduced me to companyX 3) Position was an awesome fit and companyX setup an in person interview. 4) Recruiting firm and companyX had a falling out.
5) Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is cancelled. 5) I would like to re-engage with companyX directly.

  Am I legally bound not to pursue the position? Is companyX legally bound not to pursue me if I found a job posting online and submit directly?

Seems wrong to me that issues between companyX and recruiting firm would block my ability to get a job and provide for my family.

Thanks for any insight...

Hi I recently ran into an interesting situation and would like some ethical feedback...

Here's the situation.

1) I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site

2) Recruiting firm introduced me to companyX

3) Position was an awesome fit and companyX setup an in person interview

4) Recruiting firm and companyX had a falling out

5) Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is cancelled 

I would like to re-engage with companyX directly. Am I legally bound not to pursue the position? Is companyX legally bound not to pursue me if I found a job posting online and submit directly?

Seems wrong to me that issues between companyX and recruiting firm would block my ability to get a job and provide for my family.

Thanks for any insight...

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Recruiter and Fallout with Hiring Company

Hi I recently ran into an interesting situation and would like some ethical feedback...

Here's the situation. 1) I was contacted by a recruiter about a position after submitting my resume to their site.
2) Recruiting firm introduced me to companyX 3) Position was an awesome fit and companyX setup an in person interview. 4) Recruiting firm and companyX had a falling out.
5) Recruiting firm disengages and tells me the in person interview is cancelled. 5) I would like to re-engage with companyX directly.

Am I legally bound not to pursue the position? Is companyX legally bound not to pursue me if I found a job posting online and submit directly?

Seems wrong to me that issues between companyX and recruiting firm would block my ability to get a job and provide for my family.

Thanks for any insight...