High-quality candidate sourcing and screening is the most important yet time-consuming component of the recruiting process. This is where we shine, as we capitalize on our 25 years of experience meshed with our offshore recruiting team and Parthenon recruiting approach.
Recruiting has evolved over the last few years. The major change has been the technology and overwhelming access to passive and active candidates. There are many ways to attract candidates, and they all work depending on the hiring scenarios. The limiting factors are selecting the best approach and man-hours. The overall goal is networking and activating awesome talent by presenting an excellent opportunity in a proactive manner. The critical step is reaching out to the correct pool of potential candidates and delivering a quick and compelling job change message. The more targeted outbound activity, the more company awareness, prospect interest, and resumes. We are experts at developing the correct methodology and quickly integrating our recruiting team into the selected process.
Traditionally, recruiting was performed using a one-dimensional approach, the telephone. If you could make 50 calls a day and get 20 people on the phone you were doing pretty well. With the invention of voicemail and caller ID, calls back have been reduced. Potential applicants can now screen all calls. The best way to increase callbacks is to make more calls.
Luckily with the upgrade in technology has come the internet and with the internet a number of overwhelming possibilities to contact active and passive potential job seekers.
We have found the best approach to recruiting is to use simultaneous processes to attract talent. We call this our Parthenon approach.
What do they do and why? Mission, Vision, and Values. Why should a person change jobs?
A written and verbally compelling marketing pitch that improves over the course of the project
Does the job specification match to the actual hiring requirements?
What profiles are on target with the job specification?
Where to "fish" for top professionals?
We use top recruiting tools and are constantly evaluating new technologies