As a human resource professional, the scope of your position encompasses a wide range of responsibilities that are vital to the growth and culture of your company. Educating your staff, executing policies and procedures, onboarding new employees, and fielding questions on everything from time and attendance, to benefits, can capture most of your office time.
Due to this expansive list of responsibilities, hiring and recruiting becomes a challenge and often has to take a back seat to more pressing day to day tasks.
Recruiting and hiring viable candidates with appropriate experience, transferable skills, and passion is the cornerstone of building a company. When your company is moving forward in a new country or market, it is especially important to have a firm grasp of how to adapt your hiring process, how to determine a competitive salary range, reference checks, employment verification, and how you will blend your company’s culture with this new market.
If this is the next step in your company’s growth, then this is the tipping point where you would seriously consider partnering with a ‘one-stop’ recruitment service or a human resource management team. They can help you effortlessly navigate the hiring process in the new market your company is looking to explore.
Hiring a human resource management team has multiple benefits for the long-term growth of your company. Once you determine what type of employees you need and for what projects, a designated HR team will help filter candidates that fall within these parameters and guide you in the hiring and onboarding process.
- Are you looking to fill positions that would be remote?
- Are you looking for freelance professionals that would work on a project by project basis?
- Do you need short-term or long-term contract workers?
In a new country, all these questions can be answered with the help of an HR manager that will be able to provide a clear picture on what would work best for your company, while providing insight into ‘country specific’ labor laws and hiring practices.
The recruitment process is incredibly time-consuming, so the assistance of an HR manager will help your company work more efficiently by streamlining the process. That way, your focus can shift on interviewing and vetting only the most qualified candidates.
Additional hiring logistics such as work permits and visas can also be navigated by your point of contact HR manager/recruiter. Moreover, using a recruitment service gives you a continues database of qualified candidates. As new positions become available, your company will be able to fulfill staffing needs more efficiently.
While hiring HR management is an investment, in the long run, it will allow you to build stronger and more impactful teams, with a productive and centered company culture. Feel free to contact AsstOffice with any questions you may have. We are here to help.