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Hiring Process


Headhunting is a proven and effective tool for identifying and attracting high quality senior level talent to an organization. A high percentage of job seekers in this category are passive. Through a research led approach we identify specific key individuals who may not be visible to the market giving clients a distinct competitive advantage in the pursuit for top talent. On each requisition we work collaboratively alongside the client’s talent acquisition team to design an attraction strategy to target competitors and shortlist the strongest candidates from which to select the best performing talent in the market. Sofomation offers client a new, flexible modular approach to headhunting. We are just as happy to conduct a full end to end search as we are in providing outsourced support at one or multiple stages of the search process. This fresh outlook, allows you to retain control, utilize your in-house team where appropriate and save significant time and money associated with traditional executive search models. In addition, our clients keep the database of candidates and intellectual property generated by us through the search process so that they can make future hires without any additional charge.


HR departments are under increasing pressure to further reduce their annual spend with specialist agencies and executive search firms; the dichotomy for stretched HR departments is how can they now quickly extend their capability internally to undertake candidate sourcing in quantity so that they too can fill business critical roles with talented and sought after professionals. While some internal recruiters have sufficient candidate relationships to pull this off ad-hoc, seldom if any have mastered the art at scale. Sourcing channels made available by the client to Sofomation includes the internal CRM database as well as external job portals. Our resources will concurrently work on ten mandates, delivering shortlisted candidates within one working week from being briefed on a requisition.