Our slogan is Svengelska Consulting = Simplicity and that is exactly what we do! We have a commitment to all working partners:
We will always
To give an insight into our level of service, here follows an outline to ensure you get the right support in employing the correct candidate.
An initial meeting is arranged where an outline is agreed upon:
When the above has been agreed, a contract will be signed by both partners outlining the project and costs agreed.
Candidates will be sourced through all types of media and networks according to your requirements. Should you need discretion during head hunting, this of course will be maintained. During the entire search and selection process you will be given feedback as much as you require and this may even include brainstorming different profiles with us.
Once a short list of the candidates has been drawn up you will be sent CV’s to give feedback to us. Once this has been completed and the candidates agreed upon, interview times will be set and confirmed. Should you require our assistance during the interviews that can also be arranged.
Once the initial interviews have been completed and feedback given, secondary interviews will be decided upon (if required) and those candidates that are unsuccessful are contacted.
The last stage of taking references is very important and will not be overlooked. The reference taking process we use is a tried and tested method and generally take 20-30 minutes depending on the level of the position. Those contacted will be asked a succession of meaningful questions as well as standard ones about sickness, teamwork and motivation.
The candidate that is decided upon will now be made an offer and should there be a need for a salary negotiation we can assist in this too. Once the candidate has accepted the offer, a time will be arranged for the employment contract signing and the candidates contact details will be sent to you.
Once the candidate has signed the employment contract and started at the new position we will arrange follow up checks and progress reports under the first 6 months or the probation period of their employment.