To get the results you want, there a few basic steps
to take. Most importantly: the more information you give us about
the position, company, department and culture, the better match we
can make. Take some time up-front to give us all pertinent information
about the position and your expectations. As little as half an hour
of your time can ensure success.
Your availability, flexibility for multiple interview times,
accessibility, openness and willingness to communicate with us
are crucial. Your
immediate attention will get you the best candidate.
Tips for success:
- Be accessible. When turnaround is tight, communication is key.
- Take time to give us detailed information upfront so that
we can deliver the right candidates, right away.
- Move quickly to respond to possible candidates for the job.
Let us know whom you're interested in before the candidate moves
on to another
- Assign an alternative contact in your company so that the
process continues, even if you're unavailable.
- If we miss the boat regarding the kinds of candidates we
propose, be frank and specific with us and we'll re-adjust
- If you find the temporary employee who has started work
for you is not meeting your expectations, tell us immediately
- Tell us upfront about the possibility of a temporary
position going permanent so we can find the person
who will meet
- Take time upfront to orient new temporary employees.
- Plan your interviews the same way you plan any other business
meeting. Set an agenda and outline specific items you want to cover.
- Pay the candidate the courtesy of reviewing their resume before
- Provide complete information to the candidate, including
job description, and company and department background.
give them, the better they will be able to highlight
the abilities that match your needs.
- Don't do all of the talking in an interview.
- Be interactive with the candidate and make sure they
have an opportunity to sell you on their experience
- Provide complete feedback after the interview.