Livonia MI Talent Optimization Data Driven Recruiting Agency Services Launched

Livonia, Michigan, recruiting agency Qualigence International recently updated its talent acquisition and optimization solutions. The company helps clients recruit the right people at a competitive cost-per-hire.

Livonia, United States - July 31, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Qualigence International, a talent acquisition and optimization firm in Livonia, Michigan, announced the launch of a new range of services for companies looking to hire the right people and achieve superior performance. In over 20 years, the firm has never charged a commission and guarantees quality hires and true performance.

More information can be found at https://qualigence.com/solutions/recruiting-services

In a competitive hiring market, attracting and hiring quality candidates is a big challenge for businesses of all sizes. The newly launched talent acquisition and optimization services at Qualigence International ensure that companies can recruit and hire great candidates.

An efficient recruitment and selection process ensures the successful hiring of qualified and diverse individuals who reflect a company’s positive image and can contribute to its growth.

Qualigence International is a full-service recruiting agency specialized in performance-based talent acquisition solutions. The company uses proprietary recruiting techniques and validated analytics to submit candidates that will excel over the long-term.

The team at Qualigence International are revolutionizing the way agency recruiting is done as they do not charge a commission. Instead, clients only pay for the team’s time and results.

At Qualigence International, the average cost per hire is 13,7% of the candidate’s base salary because of their highly efficient process. The firm has even trademarked its Results-Based INterviewing Process and its Candidate Focused Recruiting Process.

When working with Qualigence International, businesses also own the other candidates and can hire multiple people for no additional cost.

With the recent announcement, the team at Qualigence International are dedicated to helping businesses hire the correct person up front so that they do not become an HR issue later.

A satisfied client said: “I have been partnering with Qualigence International for the past 15 years and they always deliver exceptional research. I would highly recommend them for any difficult-to-fill positions that require organizational mapping of competitors and best-in-class companies for any function.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or accessing https://qualigence.com/company/pricing-model-page and https://qualigence.com/solutions/performance-blueprint

Contact Info:
Name: Stephen Lowisz
Email: Send Email
Organization: Qualigence International
Address: 35200 Schoolcraft Road, Livonia, MI 48150, United States
Phone: +1-734-837-8500
Website: http://www.qualigence.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88970777

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