- To access a larger proportion of the candidate marketplace and tap into niche, sector or geographically specific talent pools. By using a search approach, a company can increase their chance of finding the right candidate. Some companies know well enough that they will have a small pool of candidates to choose from on certain roles, such as technical specialists. For example, a maritime engineer position with an EPCM is unlikely to have a flood of applicants.
- As a last resort. Even though there are multiple ways to find talent, a company will engage in a search if they simply can’t find the talent on their own. A previous history of having trouble locating and attracting suitable candidates for similar roles is an indicator that search approach may be required.
- To gain valuable competitive information along the way through the market intelligence discovered whilst carrying out a search process.
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