I heard from someone that BountyJobs.com will start charging recruiters to use their system. I called to find out but have not received a call back.

I think this would be an interesting move right now. Can anyone confirm?

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Steve-

I'm open to know if you have any better suggestions on reducing costs and increase the ROI in this recession.

Regards, Agastus


Steve Levy said:
Augastus-

How about coming across less the Terminator and try the human approach. Do you think anyone here believes your version of RPO is something special? Certainly not the way you're selling it...

░ Agastus said:
Why spending money on different job boards, when you can outsource your complete recruitment process....

We are specialized in providing RPO services. We believe that to understand the benefits and capabilities of remote staffing, companies need to experience it firsthand. This service is for the companies, who are seriously interested in taking our RPO Services and reducing their expenses and get benefited. E2SCORP assures and guarantees you quality recruiting, productivity, profitability and speed.

How you benefit?

1) The overall cost of an internal recruiter can be cut short to 80% (No hidden cost, No other charges, No payroll expenses).

2) Our recruiters have access to all Job portal Monster, Dice, Careerbuilder, HotJobs etc, we have all of them + we have our own database of active & passive candidates which we have developed over the past 10 years. So you need not pay anything for them.

3) The Time what you spend on searching candidates can be utilized on Business Development and generate more business.

This offer is only for people who are seriously interested.

Please feel free to contact:

Agastus Naik,
E2SCORP - RPO
(703) 673-7260
agastus@ e2scorp.com
The objective is to reduce costs and increase ROI.


01. Lonnie Ti-22.com said:
I've seen the same add all over the place here. Reminds me of HR-Village.

Steve Levy said:
Augastus-

How about coming across less the Terminator and try the human approach. Do you think anyone here believes your version of RPO is something special? Certainly not the way you're selling it...

░ Agastus said:
Why spending money on different job boards, when you can outsource your complete recruitment process....

We are specialized in providing RPO services. We believe that to understand the benefits and capabilities of remote staffing, companies need to experience it firsthand. This service is for the companies, who are seriously interested in taking our RPO Services and reducing their expenses and get benefited. E2SCORP assures and guarantees you quality recruiting, productivity, profitability and speed.

How you benefit?

1) The overall cost of an internal recruiter can be cut short to 80% (No hidden cost, No other charges, No payroll expenses).

2) Our recruiters have access to all Job portal Monster, Dice, Careerbuilder, HotJobs etc, we have all of them + we have our own database of active & passive candidates which we have developed over the past 10 years. So you need not pay anything for them.

3) The Time what you spend on searching candidates can be utilized on Business Development and generate more business.

This offer is only for people who are seriously interested.

Please feel free to contact:

Agastus Naik,
E2SCORP - RPO
(703) 673-7260
agastus@ e2scorp.com
The Objective is to respect the rules of RBC and tone down the advertising.

░ Agastus said:
The objective is to reduce costs and increase ROI.


01. Lonnie Ti-22.com said:
I've seen the same add all over the place here. Reminds me of HR-Village.

Steve Levy said:
Augastus-

How about coming across less the Terminator and try the human approach. Do you think anyone here believes your version of RPO is something special? Certainly not the way you're selling it...

░ Agastus said:
Why spending money on different job boards, when you can outsource your complete recruitment process....

We are specialized in providing RPO services. We believe that to understand the benefits and capabilities of remote staffing, companies need to experience it firsthand. This service is for the companies, who are seriously interested in taking our RPO Services and reducing their expenses and get benefited. E2SCORP assures and guarantees you quality recruiting, productivity, profitability and speed.

How you benefit?

1) The overall cost of an internal recruiter can be cut short to 80% (No hidden cost, No other charges, No payroll expenses).

2) Our recruiters have access to all Job portal Monster, Dice, Careerbuilder, HotJobs etc, we have all of them + we have our own database of active & passive candidates which we have developed over the past 10 years. So you need not pay anything for them.

3) The Time what you spend on searching candidates can be utilized on Business Development and generate more business.

This offer is only for people who are seriously interested.

Please feel free to contact:

Agastus Naik,
E2SCORP - RPO
(703) 673-7260
agastus@ e2scorp.com
Correct me if I'm wrong here but I don't think this is the place to post your generic ad Agastus! Now - on to Bounty Jobs - I had someone tell me about it and I thought that was a complete waste of time. I would NEVER work on a project where no one had contact with the client. What a waste of time.
Geri-

"Potentially" no contact with the "potential" client. On BountyJobs, the "potnetial" client has the ability to deny a recruiter the ability to work on a search without so much as personally telling the recruiter, "no thanks."


Geri Kleeman said:
Correct me if I'm wrong here but I don't think this is the place to post your generic ad Agastus! Now - on to Bounty Jobs - I had someone tell me about it and I thought that was a complete waste of time. I would NEVER work on a project where no one had contact with the client. What a waste of time.
I think BountyJobs is a complete waste of time right now and it is free. There is absolutly no way I would ever pay them anything to participate.
We've tried BountyJobs from the company side. It’s another layer of stuff you have to do to get so-so results. The engaged recruiters were slow to respond and the resumes off target. I can see the ease in presenting qualified candidates from a similar searches, but these were candidates I saw from Monster and Cbuilder. If the monthly fee is to chase off the low end recruiters, great, but thay sell the service as having a marketplace of the best pre-qualified recruiters. I can't see why a top-notch recruiter would pay hundreds monthly ($400 is what I saw in your blog) plus 25% off the top of their fee then wait 2-3 months to recieve the balance. Also, I’ve heard from my recruiters that some companies don’t respond to the recruiters they engage, letting resumes and emails go unanswered. I can see that pushing the better recruiters away for the wasted time. Bad to worse. Hope they get it worked out.
This article and the subsequent comments have been helpful. I've heard about BountyJobs and thought I was missing out. Based upon the comments, I think I've saved some frustration by not being involved.

When I heard about BountyJobs it sounded like this to me:

"Hey Steve. Would you like to pay to be the 8th or 9th search firm to work on this open position? You might get access to the hiring manager but that's up to them. It will be a race to see who can get to the right candidate first. Oh, and if you win we'll take 25% of your fee."

This model appears to violate a few guiding principles for running a successful search firm:
Retainer or Exclusivity.
Access to the entire hiring team.
Partnering with client to engage and maintain candidate interest.

Also, I would expect that this multiple recruiter approach is confusing to the candidate pool by allowing multiple search firms to simultaneously approach the same candidates. In reality there are probably less than 50 ideal candidates in the region for each critical senior open position. Does a company really need 9 firms to find and engage those candidates? Approaching the same candidates through different firms simultaneously can make a hiring company look desperate and can raise red flags from a candidate's perspective.

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