Working with a New Client

Learning the ins and outs of a new client can at times be challenging, but who’s up for the challenge? It’s about making their experience effortless.

Take the time to research the company you will be working with, what services they major in and the key factors of what they are about. Not all companies are going to be the same, so remember it’s about reaching out to an audience with diverse personalities and age groups.

Set up weekly calls, in-person meetings, or if that isn’t possible, use your resources through Skype and even a WebEx to speak with the team you’ll be working with. This will help you better understand the ways to successfully work with your client, what their needs and business objectives are and how to help them reach their potential.

Always remember building relationships do not happen overnight, there will be trial and error on both parts, but the client’s needs will always be the main goal at hand as well as working together successfully.

By Jessica Sheilds | People Science Processor

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From our inception in 1997, companies have relied on People Science to “break the code” of their toughest and most complicated recruiting efforts. Acknowledging the importance of taking a fresh approach when in a War for Talent, we challenge ourselves to create processes, methodology and “out of the box” recruiting ideas to bring resolution to our clients’ critical staffing goals. As a result we have completed many RPO projects in our tenure and consider ourselves pioneers in the field of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO). People Science provides End to End, Augmentation and Project RPO Services.

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