Securing candidates in 5 steps

In order to make sure you’re only ever given shortlists of the best talent to meet your needs, we’ve put together a simple, 5-step screening process.

1. Preliminary Screening

2. Testing

3. Psychometric Profiling

4. Referencing

5. Competency-based Interview

It’s only once the candidate(s) have gone through this screening process that we’ll put the preferred ones forward for the role. And, if you choose to proceed with any of them, we’ll manage the entire offer process too. This helps to ensure you get the terms you’re looking for, whilst also managing the candidate(s) expectations.

Thanks to this process, your recruitment experience will be as efficient and effective as possible. So you can relax, knowing we’ll deliver the highest quality candidates.

If you’re looking to hire, contact us today to let us know your specific requirements and we’ll be in touch.

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