smarter ideaThis pay as you go, pay by the hour recruitment model is a new service from Pinstripe Recruitment.

Have you ever wondered what you are really paying for when you use an external recruitment agency?

Are you looking for an alternative recruitment method?

Would you like to save time by seeing videos of short-listed candidates? Meet only the best in person for a face to face interview.

Maybe you only need assistance with part of the recruitment process? Screening resumes? Reference Checking?

Huge savings for you – especially if you are hiring multiple people for the one role, as you won’t be charged per ‘Placement’, only by the hours we spend working on the position.

This model complements the other recruitment services we offer, and as a gift to you, we’re offering you a complimentary SEEK advertisement for your first Pinstripe pay as you go project.

Features include:

  • pay by the hourA competitive hourly consulting rate of $195 per hour plus GST
  • Recorded video interviews of short-listed candidates
  • Huge $$$ recruitment savings – where you only pay for the hours spent working on your campaign, plus expenses i.e. advertising
  • Transparency – weekly campaign progress reports will be emailed to you outlining the activities and costs to date.

Historically, here are some of my results:

Conveyancing Secretary / Paralegal        14.55 hours                       $3189

Administration Assistant                             16.15 hours                       $3528

Customer Service Officer                            21.4 hours                         $4505

Email me now (attach a job description if you have one) so I can provide a proposal and demonstrate to you the best of a truly unique recruitment model and a “smarter way to recruit”. Let me discuss with you, your best recruitment options – they’re low risk and will save you time and money – leaving you to get on with running your business.

Click here to request a proposal and your complimentary SEEK ad.

I hope I can recruit for you soon.

Yours sincerely,

Tamara Hatton-Ward