See this conversation:
Ben: I'm Ben whittaker. I received an e-mail about an interview for the senior intern program.
Lady: Hey, Ben. How's it going?
Ben: It's going good, real good. Thank you.
Lady: Excellent. Take a seat around the corner, and someone from talent acquisition will come get you.
Ben: Thank you. "Talent acquisition"?
In the dictionary
Get: CATCH SOMEBODY [transitive] to catch someone
The police got him in the end.
But, catch in the dictionary refers to negative events such as robberies or something like that
2 FIND/STOP SOMEBODY [transitive]
a) to stop someone after you have been chasing them and not let them get away
‘You can’t catch me!’ she yelled, running away.
b) to find a criminal or enemy and stop them from escaping SYN capture
State police have launched a massive operation to catch the murderer.
If you go back to the city, you’re bound to get caught.
But the above interview context has nothing to do with robberies
What does "get" mean in this sentence "someone from talent acquisition will come get you"?