Did you know it costs between 30-50 percent of an entry-level employee’s annual salary to replace them?
So if you think hiring a recruiter is too costly, think again. And instead of obsessing over how much a recruiter will cost, think about how much money you might lose by not using one.
It will cost you time
How long will it take you to draft up a job description, distribute it across channels and job boards, sort through resumes, review candidates, interview candidates and make a selection? Time is money. Let an expert do all the heavy lifting.
Quality vs. quantity
Do you know where to find the best candidates for the position? Or do you know how to recruit passive candidates?
It can take almost 28 weeks for a new employee to get comfortable and show their full potential. So figuring out a candidate is the wrong fit half-way through is going to cost you.
Good recruiters know who the best candidates are, where they are, and the right approach to hire them. Finding a quality candidate means less time learning and more time saving on training costs.
Expediting the hiring process
A recruiter good recruiter will already have a pool of quality candidates, making the entire hiring process quicker.
When you want to fill a position quickly, hiring a recruiter is your best option. You don’t want to make a hurried decision just because you’re on a time crunch to replace someone.
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