Client Services

Recruiting Process

Market the client company’s assignment:

  • Interview hiring manager for information on position and company
  • Offer consultation on salary level and attractiveness of position
  • Develop a marketing plan. Elements can include:
    1. Our Internet site
    2. Direct mail or e-mail campaign
    3. Direct contacts
    4. Our international network of professional recruiting firms
    5. Wall Street Journal Ads on Executive Positions
  • Develop lists of potential candidates:
    1. By abilities/experience
    2. By job function/title
    3. By geographic region
  • Recruit from lists, from our database, and from memory:
    1. Enthusiastically present the career opportunity
  • Apprise the hiring manager of our progress
  • Qualify and evaluate candidates
  • Anticipate possible problems:
    1. Counteroffer, relocation, non-compete contracts

Arrange interviews for client company to meet candidates:

  • Present candidates verbally and with resume
  • Recommend the appropriate interviews
  • Arrange each interview:
    1. Prepare candidate
    2. Brief hiring manager

Get decisions that establish placements:

  • Debrief candidate and employer:
    1. Move ahead with this candidate? Why?
    2. Interview other candidates? Why?
    3. Maintain or change the direction of the search? Why?
  • If relocation is required, introduce candidate to our relocation services
  • Arrange subsequent interviews:
    1. Assist employer with terms of offer
    2. Present offer to candidate
    3. Negotiate the differences

Congratulate!

  • Counsel the future employee on resigning from his current employer
  • Confirm the commencement of employment
  • Follow up with candidate and manager within 30 days:
    1. Telephone call
    2. Evaluation questionnaire to candidate
    3. Evaluation questionnaire to company

(Failure to perform one or more of these steps does not constitute breach of contract on our part)