We all know that our employees are our most valuable asset. Recruiting the right people to join your workforce is essential, but can present a minefield of choices. How do you select the right person to fit the skills, knowledge and experience you require, as well as fitting in with your company culture?
Doodle HR works in partnership with you to develop a recruitment strategy and process that works for your business.
For example, we can help write a job description that attracts the right candidates or interview questions that sift the most promising candidates to the top of the pile. With our skills and experience, we can help avoid actions that may prompt costly claims for Discrimination.
We work closely with local recruitment agencies, offering Doodle HR clients the benefit of a preferential rate and a full recruitment package.
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