>>What are your Agency Recruiting Challenges? [Survey]

What are your Agency Recruiting Challenges? [Survey]

The key to maximizing the success of search engagements between employers and agencies is understanding what works and what doesn’t (on both sides of the table). What are your agency recruiting challenges, and what are you doing about them? Share your insights through our Third Party Recruiting and Collaboration Performance Survey.

Employers: Take this survey and tell us about the challenges you face working with third party recruiting agencies. How could third party recruiters improve? How do you track and maximize ROI? How do you plan to overcome current challenges?

Agencies: Take this survey and tell us about the challenges you face working with employers. What things are employers doing that kill your search? What can employers do to get better quality candidates? In which areas do you plan to improve this year?

Take this 10-15 minute survey today, and you’ll be entered for a chance to win win one of five $250 Visa gift cards. We will also send you the results as soon as they become available, so you can see the challenges that are faced on both sides of the table—and what’s being done about them.

Click here for the employer survey

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By |2017-07-28T16:37:53+00:00March 21st, 2017|Categories: Talent Acquisition Trends|Comments Off on What are your Agency Recruiting Challenges? [Survey]

About the Author:

Jen Dewar is a marketing consultant in the HR technology space with a focus on developing educational content for recruiters, corporate HR professionals, and staffing agency owners. She has spent the past 10 years working with a wide variety of companies — from corporate marketing for healthcare organizations and recruitment firms, to startup marketing for both Identified and Bright.com, prior to their respective acquisitions. When she's not doing marketing, you can find Jen snowboarding in Tahoe with her husband, traveling abroad, or enjoying a night in with friends and a good bottle of wine. She's a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a degree in Socio-Economic and Political Global Studies.