George Butunoiu Executive Search Consultants Bucuresti

Recruiting solutions

 

Single recruiting appointments: Typically for positions attracting annual salaries in excess of €40,000.

 

Mulitple recruiting appointments: Where the need is to recruit several Candidates with similar technical or functional skills.

 

Hybrid Assignments: Combine the resources of both the Direct Search and Database Recruitment and Selection with the increasing power of the Internet job announcements, under one project manager. They are highly effective when the requirement is to cover the market in both breadth and depth, in a time and cost effective way.

 

Recruitment Campaigns: involve multiple recruitments over an extended period of time (often up to twelve months), when the need is to open up a pipeline to the skills needed to support the ongoing growth or start-up of a business.

 

Long-Term Recruiting Contracts: Can be tailored to a Client’s individual requirements where there is a need for an ongoing recruitment programme. We devise, implement and manage an approach to identify, assess and select Candidates over a period of time, introducing them to the Client as required. This approach is both time and cost efficient in circumstances where the Client requires a consistent, managed process to fill vacancies across a number of different functions.

 

Why a third party?

 

Many managers fail to recognize just how much time and cost is incurred in recruiting effectively, and consider that a ‘do it yourself’ approach will save money. When other priorities get in the way, there is a temptation to cut corners which can result in expensive mistakes or in a failure to complete. Recruitment firms have up-to-date knowledge of the marketplace and can provide advice and guidance to the employer. Professional recruiters are not likely to cut corners. They have the resources, the time and the focus, and are consequently more likely to ensure a fast and effective result.

 

 

George Butunoiu, executive search consulting in Bucharest, 2018