Six Recruitment tips to help you find the best Candidates
- The very best candidates are often happy where they are and need a little "wooing" before they'll consider another career opportunity. Remember a good Recruiter can discreetly start sounding out high quality candidates without compromising you.
- Remember to ask what the Candidate WILL do, not what they CAN do. There is a big difference between the two.
- Mass market blanket trawling attracts the wrong people, and wastes time and resources. Being very precise however, attracts an ideal group.
- Don't be put off by job hoppers. Often they're highly talented and can give you say two years great value before moving on.
- To find the ideal fit for your Company, analyse your best current employees. You'll notice a strong pattern of similar characteristics that tell you what types fit best with your culture.
- Avoid assigning too many Recruiters to the search. Mixed and contradictory messages are often given out that puts off the ideal candidates and making your selection harder.
Here are 4 tips to help you get the best value from your Recruiter
- Insist the recruiter guarantees all their work in writing, including contingency work, should a placed candidate leave within the probationary period.
- Insist the recruiter meet every candidate and pre-interview them for the role before putting them forward to you for interview.
- Insist the recruiter provides you with a weekly activity report for every assignment.
- Check the recruiter uses Career Coaches to assess candidates rather than Sales Consultants looking for a fee.
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