A good recruiting firm can be an influential and cost-effective part of your team. This video explains how to evaluate your current resources and if your needs are being filled.
- Let's face it, recruiting firms are not cheap,…so you need to use them wisely.…A good recruiting firm can be…an influential and cost effective part of your team,…and at the same time it's easy to get comfortable…using the same firms over and over…even when you're not satisfied with the results.…In those situations, you're not only paying fees,…but they could also be costing you money…and loss productivity.…
Let me share a few steps on how do evaluate…your current resources.…Start by listing every resource you've used…in the past 12 months.…This list should include website postings,…job board ads, recruiting firms,…LinkedIn recruiter, and other social media sites.…And be sure to include your employee referral program…and any additional resources…whether you're paying for them or not.…Some resources may be more effective…attracting full-time hires…as opposed to contractors or consultants.…
So break out your resources…by the type of positions they effectively fill.…Resources that have expertise in a specific niche…
- Identifying your needs
- Determining your budget
- Identifying the best recruiting firms
- Questions you should ask
- Determining expectations
- Establishing a follow-up process
- Contracts and agreements
- Guarantees, fees, and bill rates
- Annual prospectus
Skill Level Intermediate
Strategic Human Resourceswith Catherine Mattice Zundel55m 44s Intermediate
Administrative Human Resourceswith Catherine Mattice Zundel1h 25m Appropriate for all
1. Identify Your Needs
2. Questions You Should Ask
3. Determine Expectations
4. Documentation and Pricing
Next steps1m 10s
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