Recruiting is an art, critical to the success of your business! In order to succeed at finding the best people for your organization the recruiter must have an inquisitive spirit and a passion for recruitment! The recruiter must also have certain skills, most of which can be learned and developed.
Over the past 20 years, We have been faced with many operational challenges; the most difficult challenge is ensuring profitability for the organization. Having realized that the best way to get results is to surround yourself by good people and to hire competent and dedicated employees at all organizational levels, not just at the management level.
The job market has changed drastically over the past two decades; one of the major changes is that employees today no longer have stability. This may or may not be their choice, but candidates are changing jobs more frequently and also changing careers several times throughout their lifetime. In recent years, finding qualified, dedicated, and passionate employees has been a growing problem for most organizations, and this problem is only getting worse as the baby boomers are leaving the work force. To combat this problem we have recommended several organisation to install a proactive recruitment process within their company, and to never close any doors to good potential employees. Recruiting is part of the daily business activity, not an isolated event when faced with an open position.
During the past 20 years, We have successfully recruited, headhunted, created and facilitated training programs and seminars for organizations and business professionals across North America and Europe. As managers and consultants,
our target has always been finding candidates that best fit an organization and increasing their competitiveness. Over the years, RmiPlus has developed and refined a proven recruitment methodology, which We would like to share with other human resources professionals, entrepreneurs, and managers. The RmiPlus Recruitment Methodology illustrates what steps must be taken in order to ensure a fruitful recruitment plan.
RMI Methodology Committee