HUMAN RESOURCES RECRUITMENT
Top HR Recruitment Agency
Human Resources is a mammoth of an industry with many different subsets that vary wildly from company to company. We are known as one of the top national HR recruitment agencies because we understand the importance of working with our clients long-term. Our firm knows that it is imperative for our recruiters to have a thorough understanding of the HR field in order to understand how to find the best talent for the client. All Search Solution Group headhunters working on an HR position are first required to gain an in-depth understanding of the inner-workings of our client’s HR department.
What sets us apart
Once a human resources recruiter knows where the position sits (corporate or plant), they then proceed to analyze the specific needs of the role. Search Solution Group headhunters go through extensive training in order to be able to work on HR positions. Only after mastering the skills needed to fully understand the job descriptions are the recruiters able to reach out to potential candidates on behalf of Search Solution Group. Our team of successful HR headhunters has one of the largest networks of top level HR talent in the country. Our HR recruitment team works collaboratively with clients to fully understand their organization, business model, HR processes, and the unique needs of the role. Once our firm has gathered the specific details that we need, our recruiters scan the entire HR talent market to locate and deliver professionals who will drive our clients to continued success.
How we find the best human resources talent
Corporate HR Roles
Learn what group(s) this role will be interacting with.
Understand how many FTE’s this role will be supporting.
Identify the area(s) that this position needs proficiency with such as Compensation, Talent Acquisition/Recruiting, Training etc.
Learn who this role reports into while determining how HR falls into the organizational structure of the company.
Recognize strong teamwork skills are needed, as well as the ability to supervise staff.
Learn if this position will be supporting shared services or a matrixed organization
Manufacturing & Plant Roles
Understand how many employees sit at the plant; of this number, how many are hourly employees and how many are salaried?
Learn if this role is responsible for one plant or multiple plants; if multiple, how many and in what states; is there travel involved and how much?
Identify if the plant(s) is a union facility or nonunion facility; if nonunion, determine if union avoidance experience is required.
After learning what shift the role is being hired for, ask if the position is responsible for shifts other than the shift they are being hired for.
Determine if the position needs a higher level of expertise in areas such as Compensation, Talent Acquisition/Recruiting, or Training.
Top Human Resources Specialists
50% of HR managers say they have open positions and not one qualified candidate to fill that opening.
– HR Exchange Network
75% of HR professionals state that the skills shortage within the HR talent market has worsened in the past two years.
The unemployment rate for HR professionals is about half of the national unemployment rate, hovering around 2.7 percent.
– Bureau of Labor Statistics
Experience Placing Top Human Resources Talent Across The Country
New York | Time to Hire: 53 days
North Carolina | Time to Hire: 52 days
North Carolina | Time to Hire: 46 days
North Carolina | Time to Hire: 56 days
Texas | Time to Hire: 39 days
Maryland | Time to Hire: 45 days
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South Carolina | Time to Hire: 54 days
South Carolina | Time to Hire: 61 days
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South Carolina | Time to Hire: 57 days
HOTEL / RESORT
Connecticut | Time to Hire: 62 days
New York | Time to Hire: 34 days
North Carolina | Time to Hire: 38 days