Should I recruit or get help from a recruiting partner?

Recruitment is a vital and strategic process for any organisation. It affects the quality and performance of the workforce, the organisational culture, and the overall business outcomes.

However, recruitment also involves significant costs, such as advertising, screening, interviewing, hiring, and training. Therefore, it is important to measure the return on investment (ROI) of recruitment, which is the ratio of the benefits gained from hiring new employees to the costs incurred in the process.

Why and when should you choose a recruitment partner, and when should you consider to do this inhouse?

A robust recruitment process is essential, here’s why

This means that there is a sound business case to be made for a quicker a qualitatively good replacement. If this process will take longer, a temporary worker could be considered to plug the gap between resignation, handover and and getting the replacement up and running.

* source: Cendex report

Certain Advantage can help you with:

  • Creating a plan right after resignation of that colleague
  • Find interim solutions
  • Recruiting the best candidates to suit your needs

Still not certain what to do? Book a free Certain Advantage health check!

Our health check will cover the following steps:
– Scan your current recruitment activities
– Interview with main stakeholders
– Identify painpoints translated into quick wins and longterm improvement
– Implementation plan and next steps

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Get in touch and learn more about how we can support you with your recruitment needs.