Finding the right employee takes time. And time is money. That is why Robert Half developed the Company-In formula. This recruitment solution links speed to efficiency.
Looking for talent, making appointments, carrying out interviews, making evaluations, etc. The selection of a new employee takes a lot of time. On average a recruitment process takes from five to as much as eight weeks if it is a management position that needs filling. Would you like to move up a gear? Then Company-In is ideal for you.
The Company-In formula was developed based on Robert Half’s tried and constantly optimized methods. It incorporates our unique knowhow in the field of recruitment and selection. As a result, we can compare our candidates’ skills, experience and qualities faster and more easily.
A process with four important steps
- It all starts with a conversation with you. One of our consultants discusses your requirements with you in depth and maps out all your needs and expectations precisely. Together we define the profile that best suits your organization.
- After thorough screening we select - very rapidly - the professionals who best fit your expectations. Then we can quickly set up the first interviews.
- After a brief introduction by our consultant, you can interview each of the different candidates on your own, one by one. In order to guarantee maximum confidentiality (something to which we attach great importance at Robert Half), these meetings take place in our offices. In this way, we also take care of all the practical organization.
- Following the interviews our consultant will debrief you on the feedback from the candidates. You tell us your views on the interviews and together we make an in-depth analysis of the profiles. Then you decide which candidate/candidates you want to see again for a second job interview in your own offices.
The advantages for you
The Company-In formula is focused on two advantages: speed and efficiency. This selection procedure – targeted, productive, simple and accelerated – reduces the chance that you lose your favorite candidate during the recruitment process. You can be discretely quick off the mark. That is interesting for you and is appreciated by the candidate too.