What We Do
What do we do?
It has always puzzled us that every recruitment agency will tell you they are different, then offer you EXACTLY the same process as every one of their competitors.
We have enough experience in recruiting people to know, for example, what makes a good BDM for one company may not work at all for another. Personalities, cultures, character traits and motivations all vary from company to company and person to person.
Because of this, we work with clients who thoroughly engage with us, giving us all of the information we need to do the job right, the first time. This partnership based approach allows us to carefully align not only the skills required in the role, but also ensure that the culture and personality fit are equally aligned between organisation and candidate.
We access a wide variety of candidate sources, and spend the time to not only get a clear picture of their skills, abilities and experience, but also to learn about where they see their career heading; the longevity of a team member in a role depends as much on the role and company, as what they bring to the role.
What we DON’T do
We don’t run our business by KPIs
Our consultants aren’t driven by Managers ticking off KPIs. So we won’t be sending you resumes just to hit a certain number, or organising interviews with candidates we don’t think are right, just to hit a target. That’s simply not how recruitment should be done. Everything we do contributes to our goal of building long-term , beneficial relationships with clients.
We don’t ‘tick & flick’ resumes
Because we don’t race against other agencies, we don’t have to make speed our top priority. This allows us to take the time to explore multiple candidate sources, and ensure that the candidates you see from represent the BEST skill and culture fit we can find, rather than the first few applicants to respond to the posted position.
We don’t use software or algorithms to assess candidates
Alarmingly, many companies are now using purpose built software programmes to assess candidates. This not only fails to do what a company pays a recruiter to do, it also risks missing out on quality talent, and is highly inconsiderate to a candidate. Recruitment is a person-to-person business, and that’s exactly how we do it.