As a company sees rapid growth and increased production, finding just the right talent can become overwhelming – ask any HR or Hiring Manager! Fortunately, The XCEL Group has a solution for companies that require that level of additional care and commitment. Aside from our excellent in-house recruiters, XCEL has specialized Onsite Recruiters who will work directly with your production teams to find the people you need, as well as set them up for success every step of the way. Here are some of the advantages to having an onsite recruiter presence in your company:
An Onsite Recruiter takes on Administrative Tasks
Daily check-ins, attendance, onboarding, time clock reporting, and more… All these tasks are necessary to run your business but are also very time-consuming. An onsite recruiter takes on these administrative tasks and can report back any issues or improvements that can be made. This saves you time that can be focused on growing your business.
An Onsite Recruiter allows for Focused Recruiting
While a staffing agency may have a team of several recruiters working on open orders, the office also has many clients that they are serving. With an onsite recruiter, you will have a dedicated recruiter focusing all their efforts on your company’s needs. From recruiting, training, onboarding, and beyond, the onsite is there every step of the way.
An Onsite Recruiter is always available for Direct Communication
Communication is key in business. When you add additional people to the mix, your needs can be misinterpreted or missed down the chain of communication. An onsite recruiter eliminates the middleman and offers a direct connection to the person in charge of recruiting your team’s talent. Since Onsites are in daily communication with their customers every day, they can better anticipate and be prepared for spikes in orders before anyone else.
An Onsite Recruiter helps foster a Safe and Compliant Working Environment
An onsite recruiter is crucial in helping reduce and eliminate safety issues in your production process. Onsites can help lead safety training and walk production floors to make sure employees are complying with company safety standards. This is especially true for food manufactures, who have both corporate and federal standards to meet. Because of this, injury rates and lost time can be reduced, while increasing quality and product standards at the same time.