The Process

As a successful recruiter, Henry Glickel understands the intricate steps it takes to determine the right person for the right job. He knows you’re not looking for someone to simply fill a chair, but rather someone who can add value, enhance your bottom line and help advance the goals of your organization.

Collaborating
Henry Glickel takes the time to understand a client’s specific recruiting requirements, business environment and market challenges. He works hand-in-hand with clients to define the company’s individual goals and objectives and assess their unique staffing needs.Working together, Henry and the client will agree upon the search path, expectations and timeline. The minimum requirements for defining a qualified candidate will be documented.

His recruitment process then follows a proven five-prong approach from defining your needs, through identifying candidates, qualifying to select top talent, coaching you through the selection process to ensure an ideal match, and guaranteeing the final placement.

Identifying
Henry Glickel will target and speak to an unlimited number of potentially qualified candidates. His strategies, people and technology allow him to be the most efficient, effective resource available. In a timely manner, he will compile a portfolio of truly talented, suitable candidates based on the individual client’s needs.
Qualifying
In this phase exclusion meets inclusion. Henry Glickel screens out candidates who do not meet your criteria and explores any concerns regarding the few candidates who make the short list. He delves deep to qualify targeted candidates based on the belief that all potential employees are people first. Consequently he works to assess each candidate for a fit to the company based on skills set, interest, personal goals, availability and required compensation. He takes the time to develop relationships with candidates to ensure that questions and concerns they have come to light as early as possible.Information regarding any concerns or hesitations a candidate may have is shared with the client prior to the interview stage. This gives you the opportunity to address the questions during the interview process if you so choose. After each round of interviews, debriefing techniques are used to uncover any remaining areas of concern.