Are You Hiring?
One Specialist, One Key Difference
Recruiting a person for a key position in your organization is serious undertaking. Hiring one wrong person can be very costly in terms of money, time and the impact on your team’s morale.
Planning is Vital
The success of the mission depends on carefully defining the profile, the search process and the ecosystem in which your organization operates (so that we can draw up a list of sources to assist us in our search), as well as setting up filters to prevent mistakes in hiring.
Search and Selection
Approach: After generating the initial list of names, each individual’s profile is thoroughly reviewed and a shortlist is developed. The individuals with the most pertinent profile are approached. A telephone screening interview follows, along with an in-depth interview involving discussion of the candidate’s work experience.
Submission: Three or four candidates are submitted, with a briefing on each individual and their salary expectations: Always very useful, this is the hidden information from the resumes. Coordination of interviews and psychometric tests. References for the candidate selected.
Conclusion and Follow-up
Offer and follow-up to hiring: Advice and coaching for the offer process. Regular follow-up with the candidate until hiring. Post-hiring follow-up.
To reduce risk: Hiring risk is reduced by setting up several filters: selection on paper, telephone screening interview, meeting at our office, interviews by the client, psychometric testing and consultation of references. Keep in mind that with more than 20 years of experience in the industry, our network encompasses many people and their employers.