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:

         Our Internet site
         Direct mail or e-mail campaign
         Direct contacts
         Our international network of professional recruiting firms
         Wall Street Journal Ads on Executive Positions
    Develop lists of potential candidates
         By abilities/experience
         By job function/title
         By geographic region

    Recruit from lists, from our database, and from memory
         Enthusiastically present the career opportunity
    Apprise the hiring manager of our progress
    Qualify and evaluate candidates
    Anticipate possible problems

         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

         Prepare candidate
         Brief hiring manager

  • Get decisions that establish placements
    Debrief candidate and employer
         Move ahead with this candidate? Why?
         Interview other candidates? Why?
         Maintain or change the direction of the search? Why?

    If relocation is required, introduce candidate to our relocation services
    Arrange subsequent interviews
         Assist employer with terms of offer
         Present offer to candidate
         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

         Telephone call
         Evaluation questionnaire to candidate
         Evaluation questionnaire to company

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