Hi Everyone..
It's been long time, again active in cite HR. Need your suggestions to get clients for recruitment firm.
Have a plan to start after working with other firms over a period of around 5 years. Name of the consultancy firm-Discipline consultancy services. Your valuable replies will be helpful to all new employers who want to start their own firm
Thanks n Regards
Rooparani
Discipline consultancy

From India, Bangalore
HR_learning2006
45

Manager -Personnel and Administration
Hi,
You need to first plan and formulate benefits/services you can offer to your clients which can be different from other placement companies.
1. Like Complimentary Employment Reference Check, Educational Reference Check ,Police Verification of candidates hired through you.
2. Initial Personal Screening of candidates before referring them to client companies.
3. Competitive Placement Fees and flexibility in credit terms.
4. Sourcing of Specialized Skills and Industry.
Remember these are relevant in times when business is facing challenges.
Secondly, advertise on social networking sites like Linked In, FaceBook,Twitter.
Thirdly attend,Management and HR Seminars , Workshops and Training Programs in order to network with key persons in hiring with different companies.
Fourthly ,you can put a stall in Job fairs and give information about your services.
Fifth,you can do Cold calling through E-mails and Whatsapp on HR Groups and Company contact numbers of your business.
Sixth, contact your peers, Seniors and employees in your previous companies where you have worked and leave your Visiting Card to generate inquiries.
Seventh, put banners /posters of your Firm at locations where it can be viewed by a large crowd like Shopping Malls,Multiplex with their due permission.
All the Best,
Sumeet

From India, Mumbai
Hi Sumeet, Thanks for your valuable reply. Definitely will follow these seven points and hope will get success. Thanks n Regards Rooparani Discipline consultancy.
From India, Bangalore
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