From the outset, Target Impact has sought to disrupt the marketplace for the recruitment sector. I recall sitting down to write a list of what I thought were the most disliked aspects of recruiting and recruiters. Research brought up recurring themes and issues that both candidates and employers held. ….the reasons why recruitment has a bad rep!
When setting up this business in 2020, I made sure that I would make it my aim to answer those issues and, in effect, become a disrupter of the market for talent onboarding. To be the opposite of what you dislike about 3rd party talent resourcing.
I felt that executive search was the route to go as I didn’t want to have reams of resumes filling my coffers; left unanswered, unloved and unattended. One only requests a candidates resume when there was a role to put them forward to and only after I have spoken to them. The search for the client is focused, and all energy is centred on finding the right talent for a role instead of an open invitation to apply, where volumes of resumes need to be processed for roles that they may or may not ever be suited to.
For the client, this is good news as it means that all pertinent talent is considered, not only those who seek a new role (active candidates) but those who are in a similar role and remain open to but not actively considering a change (passive).
As I continue to serve the market, I receive and need to answer your questions about Target Impact and how we operate and its suitability for you as a client or a candidate. This section aims to be candid in answering those questions you need answers for.
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