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Our Process

We use a comprehensive process that we customize for every client. Some of our clients prefer full-cycle recruiting support, others need support with just a few components of the process. Regardless of where you fall in the recruiting continuum, we can help you implement what works best for you.

Our recruiting process includes:

  1. Position description development

  2. Posting announcement on several job aggregators (including,, etc.)

  3. Actively sourcing for candidates to complement the job posting process

  4. Sorting applicants against the job description

  5. Screening candidates through a variety of methods, depending on employer preference

  6. Facilitation of any assessments

  7. Initial interviewing based on behavioral questions

  8. Coordination of client company interviews

  9. Training/coaching to client company on conducting candidate interviews

  10. Assistance with the selection process

  11. Assistance with the offer process

  12. Support with onboarding and orientation, including development of these programs

  13. Weekly updates on recruiting activity to the client company

  14. Release of candidates post-selection

We are a PXT Select Authorized Partner. PXT Select helps organizations make the very human decisions about hiring simpler and smarter. Learn how you can help your clients:

•    Identify their most suitable candidates, strengthening their hiring process
•    Gain confidence in their interview process with intuitive interview questions
•    Match candidates with jobs that fit their inherent capabilities
•    Identify opportunities to enhance performance and maximize an individual’s contribution to an organization
•    Reduce turnover and boost employee engagement


Pre-employment checks

Congratulations! You have made your hiring decision, what’s next?

We can help you with pre-employment, post-offer checks, including background checks,

reference checks, and social media scans.

Regardless of the size of your workforce, we’re here to help you with your due diligence when it comes to bringing on your next hire. And if we find something that is concerning, we’ll help you evaluate your options, including reviewing our findings with the candidate and any next steps.

Background checks include:

  1. Nationwide Criminal Search

  2. Statewide Criminal Searches

  3. Criminal County Searches

  4. Federal Criminal Records

  5. National Sex Offender Search

  6. Motor Vehicle Records

  7. Credit Reports

  8. Social Security Validation

  9. Address History Search

  10. Employment Verification

Reference checks are tailored to the position, employer, candidate, and any issues surfaced during the interview process. We’ll make the calls for you and help you develop on-boarding, performance, and coaching strategies based on what we learn.

Social media checks include a scan of the Internet, as well as major social media sites, and then work with you to understand which information is worth responding to, and which can (and should) be chalked up to a candidate’s personal business.


A solid, comprehensive orientation not only provides a positive beginning to an employee’s new working relationship with your company, it establishes the impression an employee will have of your company from day one.

Employee engagement is at a worldwide low and poor engagement contributes to high turnover, reduced productivity, and sliding profits. Solid new employee orientation and longer-term on-boarding have been shown to increase employee engagement and ensure that your new employees are performing better faster.

We will work with you to discuss orientation and on-boarding processes and experiences that will help your new team members engage at a higher level. These processes aren’t just for the employees, though. Well-planned orientation and on-boarding programs also help you set expectations, get to know your employee, share your culture and values, and deepen the connections within your organization. All of this may seem time consuming, but study after study reinforces that doing these right directly contribute to your bottom line.

*Calculations based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics median wage for workers in the United State, September 2014.

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