using contingency agencies or search firms?
companies turn to contingency agencies or retained search firms to fill
their recruiting needs. Such companies model their businesses to make
quick placements and receive large fees. To increase their chances of
making a quick placement, these agencies market the same candidates to
many companies. That means you compete for the same candidates with other companies in your field.
Agencies also often coach their
candidates to give you the answers you want to hear. If you hire a
candidate that an agency has referred, expect to pay the agency
30% of the candidate's first year salary as commission. That means 3
candidates requiring $100,000 a year in salary can cost you as much as
BAR on-site recruiter is very different from a typical agency
headhunter. Our recruiter works for only one company, yours. The
candidates our recruiter finds are submitted only to your managers, not
your competitors'. Since our recruiters work on-site, they identify with
your corporate culture and know firsthand what types of candidates will
make the best fit. That's something an agency headhunter can never do.
We're also cost effective-charging one hourly rate no matter how many
candidates we bring aboard.
a full-time recruiter or an independent contractor (1099)?
If you're considering hiring a full-time employee to meet
your staffing needs, think BAR first. All
liability/unemployment insurance, payroll taxes, benefits,
etc. for our recruiters are covered by BAR.
That means less cost (overhead) for you. After your recruiting
needs are met, our recruiter leaves. Of course when you
need our services again, we're ready to step in.
Wanting to bring in an independent contractor (1099)? Think
twice before you do because any violation of IRS guidelines
regarding independent contractors can result in a legal
and financial nightmare for your company from both the
independent contractor and the IRS. Since a BAR
recruiter is also a BAR employee, you don't have to worry
about violating IRS rules as you do with recruiters who
are independent contractors.
BAR work for you by:
an initial no cost consultation to determine your company's
closely with hiring managers to determine specific job requirements
and compensation for each open position
job descriptions designed to attract the most qualified
sourcing and screening candidates, submitting only those who are the
most qualified to the hiring managers
interviews with all appropriate staff
thorough reference checks
the right candidates
you are looking to fill executive or managerial positions, software
network engineers, technical support, marketing, sales or
office administrators, a BAR
recruiter can find the best talent for all
of your staffing needs.
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