Virtual Staff Benefits
High Caliber Candidate Pool
Larger and more Talented Candidate Pool
Virtual staffing platforms eliminate geographical boundaries. With just one click, you can connect with the brightest minds from across the globe. Before the virtual staffing platforms became integrated into the recruiting process, recruiters were often limited to the talent within their geographical area. Now, as the recruiting process is more virtual than ever, this is no longer the case.
When it comes to the recruiting process, virtual staffing platforms have changed it for the better. Recruiters now have access to a broader, more diverse talent pool without the added time and expenditures of manual recruiting. As technology continues to advance, the recruiting process will surely continue to take positive strides.
The importance of this factor is strong enough to either leave a dent in your expense reports or allow your organization to stand out. A larger candidate pool, assures better hires, more talented individuals that are more motivated which lead to high productivity and efficiency.
This fact lowering turnover, which reduces lost time of productivity and recruiting, hiring and training costs. It also allows organizations to have a better position when negotiating salaries with employees.
The same college educated, well experienced accountant in Washington DC cost a company on average $44.81 an hour and over $93K in annual salary, when they can be hired in North Carolina for $34.30 an hour and at $73K annual salary.
This is a difference of $20,000 annually for 1 employee for just hiring an employee a fee miles away and allowing them to use the technology to communicate and work for your organization!!!
Salary Comparison by State
Virtual Staff Benefits
Virtual Staff Efficiency Report
Attracting Great Employment Candidates
job candidates are active on LinkedIn
57% of Candidates find that job ads that include recruiter jargon are annoying and frustrating. So as you can see from our job description postings, we adhere to that.
5 in 10 job applicants say an employers Facebook page is more useful than a website
58% of job candidates who go through OnBoarding stay at least 3 years
New Hires make up their mind during the first 6 months about whether to leave.
of all New Hires leave Voluntarily within the first 3 months
More than 1/3 of New Hires look for a new job within the first 6 months on the job