Search and selection
Simply posting a vacancy and waiting for applications is – unfortunately – inefficient and specific positions, rare profiles or difficult vacancies require even more effort to find and attract the right candidate. Attracting professionals requires a proactive and innovative approach.
What is search and selection?
Search and selection, also often referred to as “recruitment”, is the entire process of identifying, selecting and attracting the most suitable candidates for your company and vacancy. This way of recruiting usually involves direct employment with the company.
Why search and selection through Approba?
Search and selection is our profession. Approba knows better than anyone all that’s involved in the search for the best new employees for your company. We believe that a good match requires more than a good resume. An in-depth introduction is essential in our working method. Getting to know the company and its employees teaches us a lot about the culture which is needed to be successful in your organization.
Whether you call it search and selection, executive search, headhunting or something else … It’s all about the result, ‘finding’. Approba has years of experience and many successful cases among a wide variety of customers. At Approba you can count on:
- Experienced consultants and recruiters with an extensive network and knowledge of the labor market
- Flexibility: an extra vacancy, larger numbers or a single vacancy? Public search and selection or a vacancy “under the radar”? Secondment, interim or payrolling? These are all possibilities in which we deliver our added value
- Transparency: both in the recruitment process and in the price agreements
- Six-month guarantee: if a candidate placed by us leaves the organization within 6 months, we will carry out the assignment again.
If you would like to know more about our Search and Selection, please contact us and we will inform you completely.
I am convinced that although training and development are important…….
recruitment and selection are much more important.
Stephen R. Covey