For any business, hiring the right talent is the most important aspect of creating and developing a strong company. As a founder, you cannot possibly know it all or do it all. Therefore, ensuring your company is built on a robust set of processes and managed by teams that are professional and bring excellence to their work is much needed.
We are able to recruit people with our experience and therefore know the signals and cues of candidates that are a right fit. From filtering through resumes based on the criteria you provide, to ensure you’re only receiving resumes that first match your requirements. If we believe that your salary, or other criteria might hamper recruitment, we will give you this feedback instead of sending you profiles and CVs for the sake of it. Why? Because as industry people, we understand the importance of spending time only on the right candidates. Sometimes, businesses do get the brief wrong, or may not be sure about their requirements. We aim to help you parse through the most important aspects of your recruitment requirements and then work alongside you.
Our process differs from most recruitment firms because we focus on understanding your needs and evaluating from the perspective of employees too. As a result, we are able to tailor the recruitment process to ensure we find the appropriate matches.
Checking for communication skills
Tests to evaluate for fit when necessary
Success in every career depends on having effective communication abilities. These abilities support our ability to communicate our thoughts and ideas to others and to forge relationships. We evaluate a candidate's communication skills in the following areas:
Active listening: Paying attention to what someone is saying and demonstrating your understanding of it.
Clear and concise speaking: Utilising straightforward language to convey your thoughts and ideas.
Effective writing: Able to express yourself verbally and in writing while utilising correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
Building rapport with others: Establishing positive, cordial relationships with people can help in communication and teamwork.
Adapting to different communication styles: Changing your communication style to fit various persons and situations is known as adapting to different communication styles.
The ability to argue clearly and rationally. Numerous professions, like law, accountancy, and engineering, place a high emphasis on this competence. Furthermore, we assess candidates' communication skills in light of:
Aptitude for identifying and solving issues
Ability to think critically
Ability to draw conclusions
Logical reasoning and problem-solving skills
Personality assessment: We can evaluate a candidate's personality traits related to empathy and patience.
Values assessment: We can evaluate a candidate's values with regard to accuracy and attention to detail.
Work style assessment: We can evaluate a candidate's work style in terms of their ability to work independently or collaboratively as part of a team.
We believe that using a diverse range of assessment methods enables us to obtain a more comprehensive understanding of a candidate's competencies and capabilities. This enables us to make more well-informed decisions when it comes to hiring and ensures that we are recruiting the best candidates for the job.
The typical positions that are filled in digital marketing are:
Digital Marketing Marketer: Incharge of creating and implementing marketing strategies, supervising the production of content, and examining performance data.
Social Media Manager Specialist: Managers who generate and arrange content, monitor interaction data, and oversee a brand's social media presence.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist: Implements tactics to raise a website's search engine ranks, carry out keyword research, and optimise the content of websites.
Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Specialist: Manages and optimises PPC advertising programmes, evaluates performance indicators, and suggests enhancements.
Content MarketerSpecialist: Specialist who develops and executes plans, produces content, and analyses metrics to boost performance.
Email marketing manager: Plans and carries out email marketing campaigns, builds email lists, prepares and produces emails, evaluates performance data and modifies campaigns as necessary.
Staying current with new trends and modifications to digital marketing algorithms and tactics.
Analysing and demonstrating the ROI of digital marketing initiatives.
Producing pertinent, interesting information that appeals to the target market.
In the IT and technology services industries, typical roles that people hire for include:
Front End Developer: Responsible for developing and implementing the user interface and user experience of websites and applications.
Back End Developer: Builds and maintains the server-side of websites and applications, including databases and APIs.
Project Manager: Oversees the planning, execution, and delivery of IT projects, including managing budgets and timelines.
Keeping up with the latest technology trends and advancements.
Managing tight deadlines and ensuring that projects are completed on time and within budget.
Communicating technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders.