Recruiting Firms Benefit Employers and Employees

Todd Palmer examines using recruiting firms and finds they are private and confidential, save the hiring company time and benefit the job seeker, who could be applying to a new job while working full-time or may be approached while working for a competitor.

Todd Palmer

Todd Palmer argues the benefits of using credible recruiting firms, as they are private and confidential, save the hiring company time by handling all the paperwork and labor, and benefit the job seeker.

 

PM “About Your Business” contributor Todd Palmer thinks recruiting firms are the way to go when hiring new employees.

In his column “Recruiters Benefit Manufacturers and Job Seekers,” Mr. Palmer examines the benefits of using credible recruiting firms. They are private and confidential, and save the hiring company time by handling all the paperwork and labor. They also benefit the job seeker, who could be applying to a new job while working full-time or may be approached while working for a competitor.

Mr. Palmer provides an overview of how recruiters work, concluding that “Once a company wants to meet with a candidate, the recruiter will schedule all interviews, debrief with both parties, handle the job offer and negotiations—ultimately coaching both parties to a win-win result.” Read the entire article here.