Attract and hire the best talent with a high-touch experience that drives engagement from the start. From sourcing your next executive leader, to managing performance and succession-planning, Inspire makes sure you have the best people to power your company through the future of work.
Organizations with more effective talent acquisition teams bring in 18% more revenue and 30% greater profitability.
The Boston Consulting Group found that recruiting ranked No. 1 among 22 different HR functions as having the highest impact on revenue and profit.
Nine out of 10 high-performing companies hire for long-term potential.
Major talent changes, like an impending C-level retirement or an organizational redesign, provide the opportunity to rethink how your current roles and skill requirements are serving the organization as a whole. We will help you design a diverse future-proof talent strategy built for today and tomorrow.
Our Experts will manage each aspect of the recruitment process, from writing job descriptions, to sourcing diverse candidates, designing interview questions, partnering with your managers during interviews, and negotiating offers.
Sourcing, recruiting, and management are evolving at a dizzying pace. We will ensure your talent acquisition and management skills are consistent with best practices, emerging trends, and inclusive processes that attract and retain the best people.
No matter how we work with you, our goal is maximizing your success in all key areas of human resources. We will ensure your team is aligned and manage the warm hand-off when you’re ready to bring responsibilities back in-house.
Set up applicant tracking system
Create employee value proposition
Write job descriptions
Assess culture fit
Perform phone screenings
Conduct in-person interviews
Gather interviewer feedback
Onboard new hires
Generate reports to assess results
Analyze candidate data from applicant tracking system
"To grab an employer’s attention with your resume, you need it keep things short, quantify your accomplishments with numbers or percentages, and mirror the language or skills the company uses in its own job ad, says Jaime Klein, who launched her HR consulting firm in 2007."