...is in Addressing your Critical Staffing Issues

The Human Capital Supply Chain
A global major talent shortage, created by massive economic growth in the '90s, continues to be the primary problem companies face today and in the future. The infusion and rapid growth of e-commerce and internet-related businesses, along with the globalization of many industries, compounds the problem by stretching the human capital supply chain even further. Today, not only the telecommunications and information technology industries, but almost every major industry reports an increased demand for mid-to-upper managers and professionals.

Job Boards: Assets, Not Answers
New candidate resources in the form of job boards emerged as a byproduct of Internet growth. Initiated in the mid-90s, the number of job boards has increased, as has their volume of job and resume postings. However, job boards are only one tool that staffing professionals can use to select and screen candidates. And the number of resumes retrieved for a single job posting are often more than most companies can handle. Ultimately, the ability to match the right person to the right job still requires industry knowledge, evaluation skills and professional staffing experience.

Staffing Decisions: Quality or Quickness?
Candidate shortages in the mid-to upper management ranks can have serious consequences. Loss of productivity, lower market share and reductions in employee performance are direct results of not being able to fill key positions. These untenable situations put many companies under pressure to seize opportunities and make staffing decisions quickly. And in this candidate driven market the usual recruiting methods aren't as productive. So quality can be sacrificed for expediency. With Q&A as your staffing partner, this will never happen.

Informed Job Seekers
It's a seller's market for qualified candidates. The demands for mid-to-upper level managers and professionals are at all time highs. Candidates have more choices and are making greater demands on potential employers. They are smarter, better educated, more confident, more technically skilled and better compensated than ever. Plus, top candidates are equally interested in lifestyle benefits, such as childcare, elder care, schedule variations and pleasant work environments.