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Le talent que vous recherchez n’est pas facile à trouver.

Simplifiez-vous la vie lors de l’embauche du prochain membre de votre équipe grâce au soutien d’un professionnel d’expérience dans le domaine du recrutement.

Recrutement direct

Gagnez un temps précieux grâce au soutien d’un expert.

Trouver et embaucher le talent dont vous avez besoin n’est pas un exercice de tout repos. Les candidats que vous souhaitez embaucher pour occuper des postes permanents travaillent déjà souvent à temps plein dans d’autres entreprises et ne cherchent pas activement un emploi. Il est donc important d’élaborer une stratégie de recrutement judicieuse pour mettre la main sur les talents que vous convoitez. En travaillant avec un partenaire expérimenté et spécialisé dans le recrutement, vous pouvez gagner un temps précieux qui vous permettra de vous concentrer sur d’autres tâches.

Accédez à un réseau de talents élargi.

Collaborer avec une agence de recrutement présente plusieurs avantages, dont la possibilité de bénéficier du réseau de candidats qu’elle a développé dans le cadre de mandats réalisés chez d’autres clients. Travailler avec un partenaire compétent dans ce domaine vous permet de donner une visibilité maximale à votre offre d’emploi auprès des talents qui vous intéressent.

Un partenaire qui vous aide à faire votre marque.

Il est important de choisir un partenaire de recrutement qui comprend ce que signifie le processus d’embauche du point de vue du candidat et qui sait à quel point les petits détails contribuent à différencier votre entreprise des autres.

Gardez l’œil sur la concurrence.

Dans un marché où l’embauche est en perpétuel changement, il est essentiel de savoir précisément à quels concurrents vous faites face lorsqu’il s’agit d’attirer et de conserver les ressources les plus talentueuses. Nous pouvons vous accompagner tout au long du processus de recrutement pour vous assurer de mettre en œuvre la stratégie la plus judicieuse en la matière.

« ... notre partenaire le plus fiable. Les propositions de Procom sont envoyées en temps opportun, et les courriels, les mises à jour et les demandes d’information nous sont acheminés rapidement. Leurs candidats sont généralement triés sur le volet, comme en témoigne leur taux de placement! »

- Z.N. - Institution financière de premier plan

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The final stage in cementing any business relationship is contract negotiation. Whether you're entering the contingent workforce, becoming a fulltime employee or re-negotiating a pre-existing agreement, the workers who get what they want achieve it with a sound negotiation strategy.

And while the current workforce and economic climate may impact an organization's payroll, your skills and experience are of value, and it's important to approach the bargaining table with confidence that a fair and competitive market rate will be agreed on - if you're prepared.

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