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Streamlining the Hiring Process: A recruiter's role

Streamlining the Hiring Process: A recruiter’s role

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Companies and hiring managers are keeping their sight set on the rise of talent in the workforce. The benefits of working with a recruiter are more appealing now that there’s a candidate market strong-arming the demand for new hires.

In order to streamline the hiring process for clients, recruiters lend their built-out network, proven track record, and digital transformation to provide game-changing results.

To get a clearer picture of what it means to streamline hiring, here’s how gpac recruiters are turning a typical process on its head:

Proactive sourcing

  • gpac recruiters are tapped into the candidate market.

The hiring process timeline is strained by the inefficiency of surfacing candidates for job openings in a passive manner. Still, sometimes that’s all organizations and their HR departments can take on, hoping their high potential job listings across several hit-or-miss job boards get a nibble of attraction. This can be challenging especially when knowing how rare it is for a high performer with the ideal requirements to be on the hunt for a new opportunity and ready to start immediately without hesitation or hang-ups.

gpac recruiters have been building solid connections and proactively respond to the fact that big-league professionals aren’t always available and c-level job seekers don’t stay on the market for long. gpac has integrated 31+ years of experience and custom-built software to lead and fully take advantage of digital recruitment, so that talent rarely ever slips away or is left undiscovered.

Quality over quantity

  • gpac practices vetting with a bigger picture in mind.

High-quality recruitment is about putting in the hours for one-on-ones with candidates, reviewing resumes, and conducting reference checks, not simply slinging resumes. Yes, qualifications matching the job description are essential, but at gpac the goal is to go the extra mile for our clients because we know that there are other make it or break it aspects to consider for a successful new hire, such as cultural fit, shared values, and aligned goals. There’s a lot of responsibility inherited with the recruitment process when it comes to matchmaking done right.

At gpac, we believe nothing in this people-business is purely transactional. From the initial search to the types of interviewing and job offers our clients extend to a potential hire, our recruiters are available to lend a hand in making sure it’s the best match for all parties involved.

Long-term focus

  • gpac advertises more than a dollar sign.

We look beyond interviews and starting dates because we know the cost of a new hire isn’t cheap, neither financially nor in resources. This is why gpac recruiters take their time listening to clients and truly dig deep to find out what makes your company and your people unique. 

Our recruiters are trained to confidentially market your company and the opportunity in the role available, not just a title and salary, because we’re focused on attracting and connecting you with the kind of professionals looking and suited for long-term success. The more our teams know about your organization’s needs and urgency, the better we can structure our partnership and strategize your assisted search for top talent.
At gpac, we take our mission of growing people and companies seriously, and that’s why we’re so passionate about the connections we make and the work we do. We look forward to continued collaborations with businesses across industries and locations.

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