Created in 2020, the new recruitment firm offers its clients a 360˚ service that studies a candidate’s entire life situation rather that only his or her professional accomplishments: career path, personal expectations and aspirations, and quality of life. All these aspects are carefully examined.
“In a labour market where salary and quality of life meet head-on in a redefinition of work, employers have a vested interest in listening to the advice of a headhunter who specializes in recruiting senior managers,” explains Olivier Parent, founder of the new recruitment firm. “Employers must expand the description of tasks and take advantage of a perceptive headhunter’s expertise to discover what will be attractive to each potential candidate. It’s not just about piquing candidates’ interest, it’s about getting them take action.”
In fact, in today’s world, candidates for management positions are more hesitant to act than ever. As a result, headhunters must do a better triage when preparing a short list of serious potential candidates.
“Modern times are characterized by distancing and separation. In my case, I want to bring people together. Opening my own company has enabled me to offer a higher quality of research,” says Recruscope’s founder.
Today, the recruitment firms that stand out are those that are persistent and flexible. Recruscope is meticulous when it comes to personalized interviews. This helps to improve the total offer on a solid basis, in collaboration with the employer.
“The total offer is not just the salary. But it doesn’t exclude it either,” adds Mr. Parent.
Recruscope intends to remain an “all-purpose” company, one that is active in all sectors. It works on all kinds of mandates throughout the province of Quebec. The firm specializes in the hiring of mid-level and senior executives, but it also helps employers fill positions at other levels of their organizations.