Recruiting Firms: To Hire Or Not To Hire? The 5 Benefits You Haven’t Thought Of.

To hire or not to hire a recruiting firm? That is the question, isn’t it? Companies with in-house HR often believe hiring an outside recruitment firm is neither worth the time nor the effort. Not only is it an extra expense, but it is also taking away from the employee who must conduct the search process to find the right recruitment firm and hire plus manage the process.

 

That being said, there are benefits to hiring a recruiting firm or headhunter that you have not thought of.

 

Options!

No one recruitment firm is the same, and you will find niche firms those that specialize per niche, level, location and more. That means you can be selective in your search to match your exact needs. If you’re a tech company in California and you’re looking to hire for an executive position,  you have the freedom to choose a firm specializing in northern California, a national firm specializing in the tech industry, another specializing in executive recruitment. What is the benefit? When you choose the firm that’s right for you, the more specific, specialized, and relevant the candidate search process will be.

 

The Social Connection

Many recruiters spend their time scouring Facebook, LinkedIn and other social channels to get the latest on industry trends and recruiting methods. Recruiters and headhunters are also very plugged into digital networking- keeping in touch with their pool of potential candidates and learning their preferences and behaviors. A recruiter lives with one finger on the pulse of the industry, ready and waiting.

 

The Art of Recruiting

Recruitment can take place on various levels, but often it involves seeking out employees currently involved in a position. A recruitment firm has an extensive database and vast network of connections and relationships with which they work and recruit from. There is a certain art to knowing how to entice the candidate and convince them to leave one opportunity for another. This requires a skilled and talented professional and can make a massive difference in your pool of potential candidates.

 

Show Me The Money

There are varying contract options when it comes to a recruitment firm so you can choose what will work best for your company’s needs. This includes exclusive and multiple firm agreement, as well as contingency fees and retainer fees. Making the decision to work with a recruitment firm does not mean you’re boxed into a rigid agreement, it means you can negotiate and pick the right agreement for you and your team.

 

Get Matched

The benefits to working with a recruiting firm don’t stop there. You can even find the right firm for your needs according to location, industry or niche- in a matter of minutes. By using a matchmaking platform like Recruiters LineUp, you simply fill out a basic form and you will then be matched with the most relevant firms for your needs. Best of all, it’s free.

From contract flexibility to skilled recruiters well-versed in the art of talent placement to matching with a great firm quickly-- there’s really no reason not to use a recruitment firm for your next candidate search. 

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Comment by Claudia Sender on June 15, 2017 at 8:48am

Hey Or Hillel,

Great Article!

As it can easily be seen that mast of the recruiting firm uses an ATS System as it plays a major role to source the candidates from the different job boards, Social Platforms according to the requirements of an organization in order to achieve more profits in an organization. Staffing Software such as iSmartRecruit offers array of advanced features that helps the recruiter, HR to reduce manual hiring/ filing efforts.

Thanks!

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