Recruitment Agency Benefit #3 — Conduct Interviews

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Conducting interviews can be stressful considering the number of people you have to screen, shortlist and, eventually, interview. Carrying out these processes by yourself take time and money – recruitment agencies conduct them for a lot less. Recruitment agencies usually have effective methods on how they screen applicants for job roles. Sometimes, they can go as far as carrying out brief phone interviews to further narrow down numbers of applicants before they eventually carry out the proper interview. Also, a recruitment consultant often knows the right questions to ask and the signs to watch out for during interviews, better than you do.

Recruitment Agency Benefit #2 — Better Job Ads

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Except your company is a household name in the metro Atlanta area, your advert for openings may not be met with the kind of profile you require. Often, passive job seekers are preoccupied with doing other things; they are not so interested in working with a company name they haven’t heard so much about. On the other hand, recruitment agencies already have an established brand, and so adverts on recruitment agency platforms are met with better high profile applications better suited for your company vacancies. Also, agencies have established a relationship with a lot of professionals, and will advertise your company opening to them and get them to send in their applications.

Recruitment Agency Benefit #1 — A Larger Pool Of Talent

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Recruitment agencies always find the best talents suited for openings, whether it’s an administrative, medical or construction position. Usually, they have a database of people seeking jobs (this could be active or passive job seekers) and the skills that they possess. The knowledge of these people and their skills, and the role to be filled greatly reduces the number of people to be interviewed, thereby saving you time and money. All you have to do when working with a recruitment agency is to make your openings known to the consultant and what you are offering for the position.

Recruitment Agencies: Yay or Nay?

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It is well-known that recruiting for the right talents for any position, does not come cheaply. You end up spending so many funds and investing time in a process that may yield naught. Some companies like to think because they have a human resource department or their company is just a small business in the metro Atlanta area, there is no need for the services of recruitment agencies. Well, the fact is that no matter the size of your business, a recruitment agency can improve the pace of your recruitment process and save you extra money. In our subsequent posts this week, we will talk about the benefits of using a recruitment agency. Stay tuned.

Recruitment Model Step #3 — Leverage On Technology.

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Once upon a time, people could have recruitments carried out manually. However, in this age, a lack of proper technology won’t even make your recruitment process fly. The world is going digital, so leverage the powers of technology to prevent your Atlanta business from being left behind. Technology provides ease of applications for your potential employees, and certain software can help you trim down on the number of applicants who do not fit your job descriptions. What’s more, as a small business owner in Brookhaven or Dunwoody, you may not require advanced use of technology so you can keep it simple using basic technology and software.

Recruitment Model Step #2 — Research About Industry Best Practices.

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There are a lot of recruitment models out there for medical staff, construction staff and other industries, and a lot of resources on how to develop them. You can find information on the methods that have worked well and the methods that failed on the internet. So, you do not need to waste further time and money carrying out “trial and error” tactics. Take out time to read up different models and guides. Ask questions from people who have created these models or used them for recruiting, and soak up information on best practices for designing the perfect recruitment models for your chosen industry. 

Recruitment Model Step #1 — Review Existing Models


Before you develop a recruitment model, it is important that you study and understand the model your company is using presently. Take the time to understand the parts that work well and the parts that don’t. You can also review models of other similar companies in Sandy Springs, Norcross, and other areas in Atlanta, and think of how best to improve on them to develop a better model for yourself. When doing this, make sure you consider all other organizational strategies that can affect the development of the recruitment model, study how they affect the existing models, how they will affect the potential models and how best to tweak them to work efficiently together.

Want To Develop A New Recruitment Model? See This.

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In the world of business, the things that worked ten years ago can hardly work now. The old school model of recruiting members of staff years ago can no longer guarantee you a quality team today. With the way the world is changing, you cannot keep running your metro Atlanta area business with static ideas. Therefore, it is necessary that you develop a new recruitment model that works for your industry today, or at the very least improve on your present model. If you need help with your recruitment model, this week, we will be making posts on keys steps to developing a recruitment model. Don’t miss it!

Interview Tip #3 — Ask Relevant Questions

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Whether your business is located in Atlanta or Johns Creek, the whole point of an interview is to get to know the other person. Asking pertinent questions is still one of the best ways to get to know a person and an interview session should have a healthy dose of questions. Ask general questions about your potential employee’s background, what they enjoy doing, and what their career goals are for the long and short term. Also, ask about their skills, previous experiences, and ultimately how all of these can help them be more effective in the role they hope to fill.

Interview Tips #2 — Take Note Of Non-Verbal Cues.

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In metro Atlanta area where job applications are usually competitive, it is a common place to meet applicants who have mastered the arts of being sleek throughout an interview. However, while most people can fool you with words and an impressive CV, body language doesn’t always follow the script. At first glance, you should be able to tell if a person is confident, energetic or approachable.  This is particularly important if you are recruiting for administrative staff or medical staff, as the role demands they get to meet people/interact with your clients.