Recruitment agencies have not only helped job seekers by helping them find the most appropriate jobs, but have also made lives easier for enterprises and businesses by helping them fill up vacant posts with the right mix of talent and expertise in quick time.
Though the job market may have received a setback in the year 2013, 2014 brings with it positive vibes and a forecast of a great turnaround. Experts believe that recruitment agencies will play a very vital role in the year 2014 as this is a year of budding projects and great opportunities.
As the market struggles to get on its feet, it will open doors for many opportunities for candidates to get hold of their desired job profiles.
Top Three Third Party Recruiting Roles
Some major roles of recruitment agencies in 2014 will be as follows:
- A recruitment agency treats every individual differently. There are hordes of applications that come every day. The agency takes care to shortlist these applications according to the demands of the companies. These agencies go through each and every application to make sure that the short-listing is done after examining each application, and not in some random or generic manner.Thus, the process is transparent and only the most talented candidates get the first preference. In 2014, these employment agencies also make sure that they treat every opportunity on its own merit and craft opportunity-specific cover letter of resumes.
- They are many job finding sites online that can help candidates find the right jobs. Many employment agencies accept resumes of candidates from such job sites and channelize their selection procedure by short-listing the resumes best suited for a particular job.
- The most important aspect of getting a job is awareness. There are many companies hire recruiting agencies mostly because they don’t want to go through the tedious process of advertising and selecting the proper candidates from a pool of candidates themselves. Therefore, being associated with such recruitment agencies in 2014 would give the candidates scope to be aware of recruitments happening around them, which they would have otherwise missed due to lack of awareness and exposure.