Searching for Candidates
We are in the business of finding people for other people who need particular skills and backgrounds for their own enterprises. We are able to find good people and one of the reasons for that is found in the following quotation attributed to Bill Cosby:
“There’s no labor a man can do that’s undignified, if he does it right.”
— Bill Cosby, American comedian and activist
We are firm believers in exactly what Mr. Cosby said. We have a range of positions (entry level to executive) for which we are currently searching out candidates and every one of those positions is important to us as we know it is to the employer. We are always on the watch for the person who does what he or she does with pride, no matter the job.
When we find a man or woman who evidences pride in what they have done and what they want to do in the future, we know we’ve found the ideal candidate. It may take some time to find the right match for that candidate but we know when he or she takes a position our reputation will be polished a bit more as the result.
This obviously works in both directions.
If you are seeking a person who has that kind of pride, we pledge our full effort to find the right person for your firm and for your position.
If you are seeking the right position for yourself, we pledge that we will do our very best to find that position in which you can excel.
That may sound a little crazy, but we mean every word of it. The person we’re talking with right now is as important to us as is the company for which we are charged with filling a position. We’re here to do the very best we can do for the prospective employee as well as for the prospective employer. Good matches require that we do both jobs well in order to be successful.
It is that seemingly simplistic approach that has made us a three-time Future Fifty company and it is that same approach that will make us your ‘go to’ staffing organization or that has already made us your ‘go to’ staffing firm.
We’re good at what we do because we are centered on finding the right person for the right employer, and doing so over and over again. There are no shortcuts to success.
Tom Krist – President