Finding Candidates

Finding a candidate is one thing…but, finding a qualified candidate is a whole other thing!

It doesn’t seem to matter whether it’s a bad economy or a good economy; it’s always hard to find good help!

Most employers take a traditional approach when it comes to filling their vacant positions. Unfortunately, these traditional approaches (like running help-wanted ads on the Internet) costs a lot of money, but don’t produce guaranteed results.

To make matters worse, some of these employers are choosing the wrong recruiting company to help fill their vacancies.

So, why don’t these methods work and how should you choose the right recruiting company?

There is a pool of candidates who are referred to as “Active Candidates”. This pool consists of candidates who are currently unemployed or mentally unemployed. Generally speaking, it’s unlikely that you’ll find a qualified candidate for your critical position from this active pool of candidates. However, if you do find a qualified candidate from this pool, there is a good chance that you’ll be competing for that candidate with several other companies.

The problem with choosing the wrong recruiting company is that they may waste a lot of your time by searching from this active pool of candidates. As such, it’s critical that you partner with a recruiting company that truly understands how to find the candidate you need.

The best candidate you could hire is currently working somewhere else doing exactly what you need to hire them for. At Employment Elements, we conduct target specific searches from this “Passive” pool of employees to find the right candidate for you.

But, we don’t stop there!

We take recruiting serious! Finding candidates who will be with our clients for years to come is our #1 goal. 

Contact Us today and we’ll gladly help you!

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