When recruiting, companies often focus on the position and on the immediate need, rather than taking a holistic view across the business. The chances of success significantly increase when organisations evaluate the business, the stakeholders involved, the company’s workforce, the company culture and their clients.
If your requirement is to deliver a new leadership team, you may require support in econometrical research, a competitive insight and assistance in establishing a legal entity in new geographical regions before building your hiring function.
This will include assessing the most appropriate location, the talent pool available, gaining competitive insight, assessing the cost of living and wages – all of which we provide support with.
Regardless of whether you wish to recruit for one position or for a new leadership team, your focus should be on the following outcomes:
- Recruiting the ‘best in class’ candidates for your company
- Cost per hire should remain competitive and not affect the quality of the search
- All work is aligned harmoniously to the direct sourcing model
The significant contributing factors that result in a successful outcome are driven from gaining a competitive insight. We provide support in researching:
- Companies in your sector
- Who the top employers are
- Data on their workforce:
- Across functions
- Job Titles
- Years of experience
- Years in current position
At the point of initiating recruitment, companies can either continue to work with us, source directly or use one of our trusted partners.
We are committed to helping our clients meet their business objectives and we encourage companies to consider factors like cost, timescales and internal resources available to reach the best outcome.
Our recruitment methodology has 36 touch points from taking the brief through to offer management.
Regardless of which route to market you choose to source candidates, we can support you by:
- Defining & committing to your recruitment strategy
- Agreeing targets and set KPIs
- Analysing Performance