We understand the demands of your recruiting requirements. We have created a network of relationships and a specialized screening system which enable us to identify the individuals who can best provide the specific skills, ingenuity, and managerial expertise your staffing needs require.
As soon as a position opens, we can immediately identify and aggressively pursue the most qualified candidates. By keeping constantly abreast of the layout of the talent pool, we know who is where, how to approach them, and how to deliver them for your consideration. See our Recruiting Process (need to link) to better understand how we attract and deliver outstanding talent.
The following details what you should expect from us and what we need from you to successfully place you into the best possible position. If you are unable to fulfill any aspect of the process described below, we will need to discuss what you can commit to before we put together a presentation plan.
Objective of the interview
An interviewer has just one objective: to decide whether or not to make you a job offer. He or she will examine your work history and educational background, as well as your personal strengths and accomplishments. He or she will evaluate your level of motivation, as well as your values, attitude and personality. He or she will use these criteria to determine if you're the right person for the job -- what your potential for promotion may be, and whether you will fit into their corporate culture.