HR Global offers various HR services along with integrated HR solutions for any enterprise irrespective of size.
HR Global is heading towards becoming the number one quality and contemporary HR Training provider in all areas of HR keeping in view the growing competitive requirements of today’s corporate world.
Our HR Training is designed with a real time approach to all areas of HR. Our HR training aims at providing innovative and feasible solutions assuring HR professionals to reach their expected goals and success points.
Here’s why your business will benefit from working with HR Global as your Recruitment Consultancy and HR Consultancy:
Affordable and flexible: You can choose the service level that’s right for your business, whether it’s working with us on a one-off basis, or on a monthly retainer.
Proven methodologies save you money: Hiring the wrong person is a mistake that costs tens of thousands of dollars. Instead, use HR Global’s proven methodologies and you’ll recruit the right person each time.
Saves you time, hassle and stress: Recruiting staff can be incredibly time-consuming and stressful: many business owners spend up to 50 hours recruiting for one role. It works out far more cost-effective to get us to do the legwork for you – and you’ll save yourself a load of stress too!
Partnership approach: We’ll work closely with you and will build a relationship of integrity, trust and commitment. We’d like to be a long-term partner in your business growth and will work towards meeting your business goals.
Learn from us: We’ll openly share our methodologies with you, so you can learn from us and gain confidence in implementing your own HR and Recruitment if you wish.
Hint: Our training can work really well for your managers who are new to interviewing and hiring.
Typically, our clients have come to us because they do not have a fully fledged human resources department to recruit top quality permanent staff on all levels or, their corporate Human Resources and Talent Acquisition teams aren’t proactively scouting and connecting with talent and laying the groundwork for the kind of dialogue that could eventually culminate with the highly qualified individuals joining the company.
Every company says they want to hire the best people, but the reality is that for most employers that goal is not attainable, either because their talent acquisition process is disjointed, their compensation practices are inflexible, and/or their research and competitive intelligence activities aren’t connected to their recruiting process. This has frequently resulted in costly hiring mistakes because of a “hit and miss” approach to recruitment due to:
A limited network of candidates to choose from OR
Poor screening processes OR
Simply because they do not have the time or expertise to recruit efficiently
Poor hiring mistakes can be enormously expensive leading to poor company moral and lost productivity.
We listen. We care. We understand.
We build relationships that connect the best people with the best opportunities to create something bigger and better for both.
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