Who We Are - The Company We Keep
Our Clients are the real heroes
Especially the early adopters. Not satisfied with the results they were seeing, they took a risk and tried something very different. For some, it was strong medicine because it challenged many of the most fundamental assumptions behind the ‘conventional wisdom’ we were all taught about finding the right people for our business.
First movers’ advantage
Our clients are happy to talk about us and introduce us to others they think we can help – but they generally do not pass us on to others in their industry because they don’t want their competitors to know what they’re doing differently.
Our clients discover quickly the competitive advantage that comes from having better people. Several even refer to us in their sales presentations and RFPs, as one component of their own edge.
Raving fans for a reason
You’ll find lots of very flattering testimonials on our site, which is all well and good. We love our clients, and it’s always nice to be loved back. But love’s always better when there’s some substance to it.
Our clients have also generated some very impressive case studies, which you’ll find on our site.
It’s a funny thing – we can never predict at the outset what will improve in their business over the course of the first year. All we can promise is that if they follow the process and trust the fit first approach, they will bring in better people who will generate better business results.
It’s All About the Return on your Investment
We haven’t had a client yet report anything less than a 300% ROI in the first year after letting go of the old approach in favour of the HiringSmart system.
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