A common working procedure of an executive recruiting firm
There are different criteria’s adopted by an executive recruiting firm with respect to tap the best talent and professionals from the market and get them into service with their esteemed clients. The process of hiring by executive recruiting firms begins with an initial briefing with the client. In the briefing, at the starting stage different important parameters for the search are agreed and documented.
After that firm carry out an assignment study that includes visiting the various client’s offices and conducting meeting with key executives to learn and carry out the study about the business environment, culture, priorities and other issues which may be very important for the specific position and requirements as aspired by the firm in a candidature. After the briefing and visiting at client sites executive recruiting firms draft for a position and candidate specification and send it to the client for approval. The draft documentation includes the company, the role, responsibilities, goals and key challenges of the positions. The document also sums up the entire requirement, the experience, qualifications and competencies for success.
After the approval of the selection criteria with the client, the firm begin search into the companies and sectors for the most suitable and appropriate candidate fitting into the role. The research for the candidates remains not only limited with industry sectors and areas but executive recruiting firms also look into their personal database and personal contacts and discuss with sources familiar with those companies and industries to have information, views and opinion on individual may be appropriate and fitting for the positions.
After the proper research an executive search firm makes a list of candidates suitable for the selection. The contact to these candidates is made on the basis of information and they are evaluated on the personal basis. Before arranging a meeting of candidate with the client, a rigorous competency based interview itself is carried by the executive recruiting firm. In the process, every candidate is adjudged against the position cleared and the recommendations are made for the client about a candidate against the requirement of the client.
The candidate’s referencing doesn’t end only here and various internal and external views about the candidate’s stature are investigated. This way candidate’s achievement and track records are evaluated and his academic qualifications are adjudged as well. The reference exercises begin once again after the selection of preferred candidate by the clients. This time candidate is adjudged on the basis of competencies, strengths and weaknesses and presents the client with the external views of the individual.
However, Executive recruiting firm also take care about the interests of a candidate as well. During the process of offering of job, representatives from executive recruiting firm also presents at every possible stages of negotiations.
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