In House Recruitment Or Help Of Consultancy? - CiteHR
Jayavelk_mba
Recruitment
Ajit More
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Dear Seniors, Can anyone guide me, for a well established firm, what can be more useful, a in house recruitment cell or a help of recruitment consultancy? Ajit
Hi Ajit,

Trust you are doing well.

In the recruitment process, you can go for a inhouse recruitment or help of the consultancy depending on the basis of the talent resource required.

If you are looking for freshers, you can very well go for a campus interview or walk ins or through a job ads or can assign to the internal recruiters and these things come under a In-House recruitment

If you are looking for experienced candidates and the resource required is high, you need to look for a consultant and also in the situation where you could not generate through the internal recruitment.

This also depends on the budget alloted on that particular talent acquisition. This is because you need to pay a percentage of amount when you source your requirement to an external consultancy.

On the basis of the talent required,, you can go for a inhouse recruitment when the talent availability is high in the job market and where you can generate more candidates. IF the skill set is too narrow and less in the market, you shall look for the help of an external consultant since they have their own database sourced through talent searching, head hunting and referrals.

Again there are a large amount of candidates who are passive job seekers. If your requirement falls under this category, again looking for a good external consultant would be the opt decision

Hope this would have given you a small idea. I would look forward for the CITEHR people to through some light on this topic

with regards

K.Jayavel

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