How Recruiters add Value in the Age of Online Job-boards

 

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We read a great article recently regarding the continuing rise of the online job search, and the value proposition of recruiting professionals in this digital age. Turns out, recruiters have adapted and refined their focus on offering services that continue to make them extremely valuable to organizations—maybe more so than ever before. You can read the article here, but we wanted to quickly summarize for you as well.

Recruiters provide coaching throughout the hiring process

There’s nothing like personal service—at A-Check, we know full well how important client support is to strengthening a business partnership. Recruiters can work directly with organizations to not only develop hiring strategies, but also provide guidance along the way for each and every hire.

Recruiters may be a better alternative to “Post and Pray”

If you are hiring through an online source, chances are you sift through a ton of candidates who are simply blasting their resumes to every keyword hit possible. While this may be a successful tactic, you may have certain positions that might benefit from the efficiency of professional assistance.

Recruiters can improve the candidate experience

It’s a little like brand management—someone in your corner to help you position your organization and the value of your opening. Again, it’s the personal touch that may just make the difference for the right candidate. Plus, recruiters can help you evaluate your employment strategy to ensure you’ve got your best foot forward.

Regardless of how you recruit for your organization, it’s great to know you have options, both digital and personal.

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