I've had perhaps 5 interviews/ meetings with RH. No placements (20 yrs. experience). On one occasion, after working a 12 hr day, I was met by a woman who looked liked she stepped out of a fashion magazine and was scolded for not dressing the same. Exceptionally pretentious, plenty of 'key' phrases, no substance, a complete waste of time.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Robert Half a better place to work?
Assign each applicant/candidate to a recruiter and require that recruiter establish contact with the contact, basically interview the candidate to find out goals, desired work locations, desired pay rates, etc. In addition, the recruiter would be required to provide the contact information for his or her manager to each candidate managed by that recruiter.
You still need to fill out a 1-page application with 3 professional references and 1 emergency contact and all of their phone numbers.
Bring a copy of your resume for yourself and recruiter to look over while you discuss your previous job experiences.