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What’s the Beacon Resources Process? Are There Fees Involved?

Recruiting firms work with both employers and job seekers, but it’s common to hear questions from those who are new to this service on either side. No matter if you’re looking for a new position or you’re hoping to fill an opening at your company, you might not know how this process works. Here’s a brief look at how Beacon Resources matches candidates to openings, and how the company’s fee structure works.

Job Seekers Apply

When a candidate decides to look for a new position, he or she submits an application, which is then turned over to an extensive team of headhunters California has to offer. After reviewing the job seeker’s information, a recruiter will contact the applicant and schedule an interview if there’s a match. If the job seeker doesn’t want his or her current employer to know about the search, the recruiting team will work to preserve privacy. 
Employers Post Openings

Once you have an opening at your company, it’s time to let some of the industry’s best finance recruiters go to work. With a pre-screened pool of job seekers ready to go, you can expect to get the first group of potential hires submitted for your further screening within 48 hours after you finalize the details of your open position. 

Fee Structure

It takes time and money to pre-screen and match job seekers with openings at partner employers, which is why there’s a fee system in place. The amount you pay depends on where you fall in the process:

In the interest of finding the best possible candidates, placement services are complimentary for job seekers. 
Employers pay a fee to use this service as a means to quickly fill positions. 

No matter if you’re an employer or a job seeker, let a team of professional recruiters help you get the most out of your search. To learn more about how you could benefit from this service, contact Beacon Resources online today.  

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