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Improve Your Hiring Process: Time Comes with A Price Tag

I couldn’t even imagine sitting in an office trying to juggle a million other tasks as a human resource manager or hiring manager, all while recruiting on critical roles at the same time. Recruiting takes time, lots of time, and pockets full of patience. It is certainly not an easy job, nor for those of the ‘faint of heart.’ The resumes, the people, the falling, and most of all, the getting back up.

Here at Johnson Search Group, we care about both our clients and candidates. Finding that perfect fit for you and your team is at the forefront of our mind as many of the positions we fill are critical to our clients. These roles, if left unfilled, often cost our clients a great deal of money. And besides the cost of vacancies, your current employees are probably working longer hours during the holiday season, and thus, are spending valuable time away from their loved ones.

Cost of vacancies can start to add up

This is why partnering with a recruiter makes sense. In the long run, it’s actually easier on the pocketbook, and I feel confident in saying that it’s better for your brain too. Let us handle the heavy lifting for you so you can focus on your normal day-to-day job responsibilities. We understand that you’re busy, so let’s team up to find the right people for your open positions. The sooner we get those vacant positions filled, the faster you can get your production back on track.

Let us save you time, money, and provide you with peace of mind. However, be aware that when we submit a candidate that is actively on the job market, you must quickly engage before some else does, and you miss out on a stellar candidate.

You have to improve your hiring process

Qualified candidates know their value. I was recently working with a candidate with a strong background in professional facilities management. I submitted them to one of my clients for a Facilities Director position, but he was also interviewing with several other organizations. My client took their time (a couple of weeks) to extend an invitation for an interview. Once they finally decided to pull the trigger and bring them onsite, my candidate declined because they already accepted another position. They even told me, “I had to move forward. I knew it wouldn’t take long for me to land something, and you have to admit, they didn’t move very fast for someone with my background.”

This is a very true statement. We have a saying in our industry: “time kills all deals.” So, for the sake of your team and budget, act fast before someone else picks up your perfect fit!

Partner with a recruiter

So please give me, Stephanie Brown a call to fill your critical roles by the end of the year. At Johnson Search Group, we pride ourselves on our clear, efficient communication with both our clients and candidates. We can partner together to get the people you and your team need so you can move into 2020 with a peace of mind. We’ll even help you find ways to help improve your hiring process. Even if you are working with a few different agencies, add Johnson Search Group to your list and watch as the qualified candidates flow into your organization. Let’s have a conversation today!