Employee Recruiting 
Attract and win the high-performing employees you want.

Recruiting and employing the right people for the right job at the right time is one of the most critical aspects to driving and growing your business. Recruiting qualified candidates isn’t a one time deal. Employee recruitment an ongoing process that ultimately reduces turnover and costs, while increasing productivity. It’s a process that attracts top-performers with the skills, knowledge and abilities that your organization wants and needs. Your employees are your most valuable asset - making employee recruitment your most powerful weapon.

Employee recruiting impacts everything.

Studies show that employee recruiting is the single most important human resources function when it comes to return on investment. This is because bringing in top-performing employees affects every area of your business. Recruiting is the function that attracts and selects future leaders. It impacts your ability to retain workers, create and maintain a positive talent brand, get the most performance at the lowest cost, and ultimately affects your long-term strategy and bottom line.

It pays to recruit properly. Research has shown that companies adept at recruiting had two times better profit margins than companies that were less capable of recruiting. Companies that excelled in employee recruiting also experienced over three times more revenue growth than those with less-capable recruiting strategies. If not handled correctly, employee recruitment can turn into a timely, expensive activity - that will cost you over and over again.

Effective employee recruiting filters in the best workers for your business. In order to create a solid foundation for long term strategic plans, you need to hire employees who are knowledgeable, adaptable, reliable, confident, and loyal. Employee recruitment plays a large role in your organization’s:

  • Cost. Poor recruiting practices can result in tremendous losses. If a candidate is not properly assessed, he or she may hinder productivity, need to be retrained or even replaced. All of these actions will cost you time - and money.
  • Employee Retention. Poor recruiting can result in the hire of candidates with weak work ethics and tendency to move from job to job - meaning higher turnover rates.
  • Employee Loyalty - and Productivity. Recruiting workers who are a great fit for your company culture will feel dedicated to your business - and thereby will work hard to make it succeed.



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  • >Impact of recruiting methods.

    Are your recruiters using staffing agencies? How is your company being represented in the recruitment process? Where are recruiters looking - job fairs? College campuses? How are they identifying potential top performers and quality-candidates?

  • >The quality and reach of your job listings.

    Where are your job postings listed? Online? On social media? Are your employment postings attracting the right candidates? Are they written in a way that reflects your corporate values and company goals?

  • >The appeal of your company.

    What makes your organization unique? Do your job postings highlight the the qualities that set you apart?

  • >The allure of your employment opportunities.

    Top performers are drawn to companies that provide excellent growth opportunities, as well as competitive salaries and benefits. Are your offers enticing?

  • >The success of your interview process.

    How prepared are you to interview top talent? Are your interviews structured? Spread out over the course of a few days or a few weeks? What impression are you leaving on potential applicants?


Once you become a partner of Work Institute we assign you a Client Services representative. This person will be with you every step of the way – from identifying who needs to be interviewed, crafting the specific study questions, gathering and providing data analysis to building a change management plan to address specific issues and meet predefined business goals.

Your Client Services representative will become an integral part of your internal team by providing research, data, analysis and recommendations along the entire feedback cycle. Their entire focus is your company’s engagement and retention strategies. They find what isn’t working and get it working again saving your hundreds of thousands of dollars in turnover costs.

Once we get the interviews and surveys in place, your Client Services representative will work with you to summarize the major 3-4 trends in bullet form with the supporting raw data as a reference. We will regularly meet with you and any key leaders to discuss what we’ve discovered and will work with you to build a plan of action to make key changes.

Our reporting system is designed to give access to whomever you deem necessary.  Sometimes all organizational leaders want and need to know the research. Sometimes it’s better to have one key internal person managing the process. Whatever the request, we will provide access at no additional charge.

We use our combined experience of close to 30 years in human resources and our ability to capture the specific data you need to design thorough action plans to solve HR issues. For example, just by solving simple issues in recruitment results in hiring the right top talent for your open positions. Hiring the right top talent means reducing turnover significantly. This is what consulting with data can do for you.


Recruit top employees and avoid making costly recruiting mistakes.

Work Institute can show you how your company can reach its full potential in recruiting your best employees. Our employee recruitment studies uncover your opportunity to understand the areas that need improvement in the recruiting process. Our research studies will give you valuable insight into how you’re attracting applicants to specific jobs, screening and selecting candidates, and supply you with specific insight into the first impression candidates experience in the recruiting and interviewing processes.



Our experts can help you determine the solutions best suited to your company’s needs.

  • "The actionable and detailed data from the Work Institute gave us the support to make the changes our employees needed to see. The ability to break it down into different divisions particularly provided us with the insight to address specific concerns within departments and levels, as opposed to blanket solutions, and led to an overall more productive workforce."