As the search for effectiveness and efficiency in Human Resources increases it becomes more essential that companies attract the best candidates – invariably those who are already high achievers, with commensurate rewards to encourage loyalty.
Therefore, as most approaches to the recruitment brief depend upon the initiative of the individual to respond, it is often necessary to adopt a strategy where the best candidates are specifically targeted.
The search would begin with the analysis of both the company’s market sector and those closely related, to identify competing or complementary organisations where suitable candidates may be expected to emerge. These potential candidates are then contacted.
Candidate response is then evaluated to ensure that the specified criteria are met and details of suitable, interested candidates would then be submitted to the company for their evaluation. Interviews will then be arranged for any candidate that the company wishes to meet.