Our database of tens of thousands of legal professionals provides you access to passive candidates as well as a tremendous referral network.
We identify, source and recruit candidates every day, all year. Unlike posting a job opening, you gain access to every candidate that fully meets your job requirements.
Access to Passive candidates
Most of the candidates we place do not respond to ads or job boards. They will only look at an opportunity that meets certain criteria. Our search process enables us to reach the most highly sought after candidates. In fact, well over 90% of the candidates we place come through our search efforts, referrals and database.
We guarantee that you will see no more than three finalists, allowing you to spend more time with your clients and practice. Our clients save an average of 8 – 12 weeks in the hiring process, reducing hiring costs by $50,000 – $225,000. (35 billable hours of work per week x $200 – $550/hour)
46% of new hires fail within 18 months. 89% of these are for attitudinal reasons (Leadership IQ). 90%+ of our placements are still there 2 years later.
Similarly, the Center for American Progress reports that the cost of hiring a professional level employee can be in excess of 219% of their salary. Further, our retention rate for attorney placements is amongst the highest in the industry.
Providing you true finalists for your open position means you will never again need to interview more than three finalists. This allows you and your colleagues to focus on your business and your clients rather than pouring over hundreds of resumes and interviewing dozens of candidates who don’t fit.
We save our clients 8-12 weeks in the overall hiring process, getting you the person you need when you and your business need them.
Over 90% of our candidates are still in their positions 2 years later; 80%+ after 5 years, versus industry turnover of 17% per year.
For every 1% swing in employer productivity profits can move by as much as 5%.
A 2013 study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology found that the relationship between employee turnover and organizational productivity is not only negative, but “significant”.
Sources: Randstad NA “A fresh Look at Employee productivity” 1999 and Park, Tae-Youn; Shaw, Jason D. “Turnover rates and organizational performance: A meta-analysis.” 2013