It’s that time of year for business leaders to take a look at their past year’s performance and make plans for the following year – budget season.
Recruiting leaders have a particularly complicated budget season, as the largest chunk of their budget – direct hire recruiting agencies – are unlikely to be fully understood. Building a recruiting budget is even difficult without the right insights, especially when allocating resources to an area that you may not understand completely.
In our Recruiting Leader’s Guide to Direct Hire Agency Planning, we’re helping you get a handle on your direct hire agency spend for the 2016 budgeting year.
For recruiting leaders, planning ahead for use of direct hire agency planning is complicated, as the money is spent through so many different contracts and channels.
Even though it’s difficult, you need to plan for this spend – it’s what leadership cares about. If your boss asked you how much you spent on direct hire recruiting agencies last year, would you be able to provide an answer?
In this guide, we’ll walk you through understanding your direct hire recruiting agency use with the following information:
- How to understand your current direct hire agency reality
- Where you can start to look for insights into your direct hire agency use
- How to analyze the most common problems you may be having with your direct hire agencies
- 5 things to look into before creating your 2016 budget.
Ready to receive these tips, gain greater understanding through a relevant case study, and build a plan for how to get started on your 2016 recruiting budget? Download our free guide here.
Here at BountyJobs, we know exactly how difficult it is to get a handle on your agency spend. Keep an eye out for our Recruiting Leader Data Toolkit, a set of resources to help you collect this data, to be released in the beginning of November. In the meantime, if you’d like some assistance in all this planning, we can help.