Both aim to recruit suitable candidates for the vacancy they have been given by their client, but there are significant differences between the two. Let us show you:
🎯Proactively approach & engage with candidates based on their skills/attributes that fit the assignment criteria.
🎯Liaise regularly with the client and re-steer the search where appropriate, working towards a 100% success rate.
🎯Recruit senior & executive assignments where highly skilled and successful applicants are needed.
🎯Extensive research on candidates, detailed & thorough with the recruitment process with regular updates.
🎯Re-active in their approach, often waiting for job seekers to contact them.
🎯Recruiter lower-level roles and easier to fill vacancies.
🎯Success rates are lower compared to the head-hunting model.
🎯Communication is limited if they are struggling with a vacancy.
As a hiring manager, do you prefer using head-hunters or recruiters?