Trusting your recruitment supplier is key to recruitment success
You and your chosen supplier need to work together with mutual respect to a defined timeline to ensure results.
According to CIPD figures out this month it has been reported that SMEs are five times more likely to hire right now than large corporates
So with this in mind, if you are an SME looking to recruit now, or in the future, ask yourself; does your current recruitment supplier:
work with you to define the role, key skills and requirements?
take the time to understand your business?
research the current candidate market and provide findings?
identify and approach key talent in the market matching your vacancy requirements?
ensure a professional applicant journey?
provide a dedicated Talent Account Manager to keep you regularly updated throughout your recruitment campaign?
provide an open, transparent service?
work to a defined shortlist, interview and hire timeline?
offer applicant profiling?
As former executive of General Electric Lawrence Bossidy said:
“Nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies.”
Hiring the right staff is key to business success and partnering with the right recruitment company is therefore imperative
At Gotcha we work hard to build mutual trust with our clients. And it works. Once our clients have seen how successful our process is, they come back the next time they need new talent for their business.
You can even get the chance to meet new people which can provide new ideas, or perhaps run in to business associates? Sounds good to us, see you in Starbucks for a days’ work soon!