How IT Works
We ask more of you up front: But only so we can save you a tonne of frustration later on.
We’ll ask you for:
- 30 minutes – to talk through your new project and position in detail (we need a call not just a job req)
- Quick feedback – on why you like/don’t like a candidate
- Direct access – to the manager
We give you a more complete picture of the candidate: Clients consistently tell us that they love the extra detail and insights that we include in our submittals.
We do more vetting: By the time we bring a candidate to meet you (something we do in person), that first interview is really more like a second interview.
We talk technology: If you’re asking for the kind of candidate that isn’t really available, we’ll tell you (instead of saying yes and nodding, but never getting back to you). We’ll also tell you when a few pounds more would make all the difference. If you need a JSF developer, we might even recommend hiring someone with, say, JSP, Seam, or JBoss experience, because we know they can quickly learn JSF, but are more affordable and available than JSF people.
We listen: To you. To the candidates. Even after we’ve placed a candidate, we’ll see them face-to-face at least twice a month when we hand-deliver paychecks. It’s our way of keeping in touch and keeping everyone on the same page.