Recruiting Firm Creates Special Division Focusing on Retained Services

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Recruiting agency provides new service to accomodate clients who have critical needs that require a recruiting team that can focus exclusively on filling their important positions.

After conducting contingency searches successfully for 13 years, ISC is proud to announce it has created a special division of recruiters who will be focused specifically on Retained Searches.

The creation of this Retained Search division is to meet the needs of clients who on occasion, have critical needs that require them to hire a recruiting team who will be focused exclusively on filling their important open positions. Having a dedicated team can assure the client that they will receive a specific number of qualified candidates within a set period of time.

With a team of 15 recruiters, ISC utilizes a variety of current high tech tools available to handle multiple searches at any given time, making it easy for HR representatives to have one point of contact for multiple search requirements. With teams focusing on IT, Engineering, Finance and more, ISC can easily identify candidates for any of their clients' critical needs. The firm's fee structures range from 20% to 30%, depending on volume.

ISC prides itself on their very tight presentation to hire ratios…striving for 3 presentations for every 1 hire. They do not waste their clients' time with presenting candidates who do not match their profiles. Once they get the call from a client, ISC can have an experienced team of recruiters "on the hunt" for qualified candidates within the hour.

To get started right away on receiving top-notch recruiting service, call (888) 866-7276 if you are in the United States or 011-1(480) 839-9113 if you are calling from outside the country. Or you can visit there website at ISC has been successful in providing recruiting assistance to U.S.-based companies that need to build a presence within other countries as well as to foreign companies looking to build a presence in the United States.


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