Northlands affordable recruitment agency

The Recruitment Alternative, Northlands affordable recruitment agency recruit’s Administration professionals. We recruit everything from new graduates to senior managers as well as in-house specialists experts.

The Recruitment Alternative – Northlands affordable recruitment agency understands that recruiting a good administrator for your business can be consuming.  Because of background checks, skillset lists and screening are all time-consuming tasks. Northlands affordable recruitment agency

Northlands affordable recruitment agency

As an agency that recruits lots of admin staff The Recruitment Alternative suggests that before you hire an administrator, you are ready at the interview by:

  1. Ensure that you have an experienced administrator at the interview. Be ready to ask all those company specific questions that are relevant to your business.  So ask questions around Web page maintenance, MS Word templates, Excell formula just to name a few. An experienced administrator will very quickly ascertain the ability of the candidate’s from their answers.
  2. Give the candidate a task to complete.  A good candidate should be able to solve the problem you give them.

It makes so much sense to go the extra mile at your interview. Administration errors can be messy to sort out as well as costly to fix.

The Recruitment Alternative – Northlands affordable recruitment agency for Administration roles.

Recruiting a great administrator can help you handle growth transitions. They’ll look after the detail (reports, updating policies and contracts)  leaving you free to look at the bigger picture of the way your business is strategically growing.

The Recruitment Alternative offers your business low costs recruitment solutions.

We can take over the whole recruitment campaign, leaving you free to get on with the day to day running of your company.

So, if you’re looking for great staff to fill those key positions give The Recruitment Alternative a call. Contact: 0800 587 546

 

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