Daily Standup

Each day you will receive a ‘daily standup’ email that will include our activity for that day (how many passive outbound, micro-content, social media activity, phone screens, etc etc) + any resumes of interested candidates that we generated that day (mostly from previous days efforts).  This email is also deposited in basecamp for reference.

Continuous Calibration

Our discovery and calibration process is built to allow each ‘must have’ of a requisite to be judged on its own merit. We recognize that requirements may change as a search matures, thus the granular nature of the calibrations allow for re-prioritization and “must-have” adjustment without affecting the project’s overall momentum.

Must-have revisions are integrated with the project’s core search criteria multiple times per day. We deploy regularly, allowing you to experience and verify every change as soon as it is implemented.

Pair Sourcing 

Our candidate developers source in pairs in order to maintain maximum productivity and quality. This fosters an environment of active collaboration where problems are easily overcome and highest quality candidates are developed quickly.

Candidate-Centric Outreach

Our candidate developers are fully-versed on how to approach candidates with authenticity and are NOT copy and paste recruiters. Our methodology team (both design & copy development) is experienced with both small marketing sites, and large-scale outreaches. We give the highest priority to designing for specific brands and scenarios. Our team values consistent language that is both intuitive to the user, and optimized for the platform we are searching on.

A Perpetual Learning Environment

At PeopleOps we are consistently early adopters of new tools and search methodologies. We understand that even a 6% advantage, at scale, can result in huge wins for our clients. Best of all, we do not lean on the recruiting industry to provide our tools. We look at other areas such as content marketing, growth marketing and research to find creative tools not used by mainstream recruiting.

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