Join Barbara Bruno for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Hiring a Recruiting Firm.
- Congratulations on completing this course.…You now know what you need to do…before you hire a recruiting firm.…You also know how to determine…which recruiting firms will do the best job…of identifying the talent you need to hire.…Use this information to first…review the recruiting firms you currently utilize…and decide if you continue using them,…or identify new resources.…You know what questions to ask…and results you should expect.…If you'd like to learn more about recruiting,…I have several courses on this site,…including Recruiting Fundamentals, Technical Recruiting,…Talent Sourcing, and Niche Recruiting.…
I'd like us to keep in touch.…Connect with me on LinkedIn,…or visit my website and sign up…for my free No BS Newsletter.…If you have any questions, just send me an email.…I also offer consulting,…in-house training, and speak at events.…Thanks for watching my course.…Here's to your success in partnering with recruiting firms…that will help you hire the best talent available.…
- 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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