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Talent Paradox video

Talent Paradox video

Deloitte’s Sam Friedman Analyzes the Talent Paradox

As property/casualty insurance companies take steps to raise their games in 2014, pursuing data-driven initiatives and upgrading their capabilities in technology and analytics, they increasingly compete with other financial services sectors and other industries for qualified talent to carry out these transformational projects. In this interview with Carrier Management, Sam Friedman, research team leader at Deloitte’s Center for Financial Services, discusses ways in which insurers can adjust their employment models to close the talent gap.

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Why Use a Recruiter or Recruiting Firm?

Advantages of using a Recruiter or Headhunter
Do’s and Don’ts of HR using a Recruiter or Headhunter

Work with recruiting professionals that have the expertise…an effective recruiter will:

  • Spend time understanding the client’s job description, culture and organization to insure they have the right candidate.
  • Focus their attention and direct their efforts to your job openings, generating qualified candidates more efficiently.
  • Find the “needle in the haystack” by networking into organizations to find the “passive candidate” market.
  • Go far beyond the customary process of finding candidates through job boards or advertising; cold call recruiting and networking is what they do best.
  • Pre-qualify candidates, saving you time and increasing the effectiveness of your hiring process.
  • Typically present 3-5 qualified candidates saving you the time of filtering through a pile of resumes especially in today’s economic market.
  • Insure a fast, efficient and effective process to get you the right hires.
  • Market the sizzle of your company while networking with prospective candidates.
  • Keep you up to date on the recruitment process and give you feedback from the marketplace on issues arising during the search.
  • Provide a confidential search if the company does not want to “go public” with the position.

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