One of the top challenges faced by organizations and business leaders globally is attracting and securing talent. With the “war on talent” and an increase in demand but a lack of supply for highly skilled professionals, sourcing and curating the right talent has never been as difficult as it is today.
So, do you need an external recruiting partner? Let us walk you through a few common themes we’ve seen, and why we know AAG can help.
"I already have an internal Talent Acquisition team."
Even if you already have an internal Talent Acquisition team, we can add value.
Arch Advisory Group was formed by professionals who previously ran internal talent acquisition functions within large publicly traded firms. We know how to effectively partner with your Talent Acquisition and Human Resources departments, and welcome the opportunity to do so! With many Talent Acquisition teams over-stretched, let us alleviate the burden by hunting for passive candidates, modernize the approach, and bring hiring efficiencies to the table that you never thought were possible.
The role has been open for months, what makes you think you can fill it?
AAG is made up of award winning talent acquisition professionals with 40+ years of combined experience in headhunting.
Our methodical approach leverages our strengths of speed, sophistication, and responsiveness while remaining true to our core value of customer service. We continually invest in best-in-class recruitment training (such as the Certified Diversity & Inclusion Recruiter credential) and technology with a hyper-focus that is both thorough and personalized.
Utilizing technology, data, nontraditional sourcing methods, and our decades of practical experience, we can find even the most niche of skillset!
A recruiting firm is too expensive.
The current talent landscape continues to get more demanding for top talent while companies continue to operate more lean within the talent acquisition ecosystem. We get it.
However, as the saying goes, "If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional, wait until you hire an amateur." - someone who also gets it.
The cost of a “bad hire,” while not exact, is estimated to be at least 30 percent of the individual’s first-year expected earnings according to the U.S. Department of Labor. That is not including the time, energy, and resources internally committed within the hiring process. If the person is in a client facing role, add in the cost of potential loss of customers. If that person is in a management position, add in the cost of potential loss of employees.
Simply put, you cannot afford to make a bad hire. Let Arch Advisory Group help you rethink your hiring process!
Are you ready to partner?
Arch Advisory Group can play a vital role in helping you navigate the challenge of the hiring process. Ready to partner? Give us a shout, so we can help you in finding the talent that will allow you to drive your business forward.
Questions? Drop us a note!