Recruitment: What Happens When It’s Not Done Right

Recruitment: What Happens When It’s Not Done Right

Recruitment: What Happens When It’s Not Done Right

Recruiting can be a lengthy, difficult and costly process. It is also, however, integral to the success of your business. So what happens when it’s not done right? 




If the candidate you recruited is not the right fit for your business, it could be that you have to re-recruit, doubling the time, energy and money you will have spent on this appointment. That’s why choosing a recruitment company that tailors its candidate selection to your requirements the first time around is so important.


Not meeting your requirements


Recruiting the wrong candidate could lead to your company being deficient in the experience and expertise that you expected and that is necessary to move your business forward. Poor job performance can not only directly harm your company but it can also impact the work of the rest of your team like a faulty cog in a well-oiled machine. A recruitment company with a wide selection of high-quality candidates can match you with someone who perfectly meets your requirements.


Not the right fit


Finding someone who shares your company values and works well with your team is just as important as finding someone with the right experience and skills for the role. When this requirement isn’t quite met the dynamic of your whole team can be thrown off balance. Determination to find talented individuals who match your company culture is a key value to look for in a recruiter.


YourCode offers an efficient, effective and enjoyable recruitment service. We operate with a fully digital recruitment model, integrating artificial intelligence and machine learning into our day to day running of the business to help us provide the most efficient recruitment service to you. You’re not just speaking to another recruiter, you’re dealing with exceptional head-hunters who fully understand your requirements – whether that be personality traits, technical skills or industry-related knowledge.