Why The VET Recruiter®
Working with a good recruiter should result in hiring the best person for your position, not the “best person looking” for a new position. More often than not the best candidates in the industry are gainfully employed, highly regarded by their current employers and not actively looking for a new position. Therefore these candidates are not likely to know that your job opportunity even exists even if it is a better opportunity for them. When people are not looking for a position they do not spend much time if any reading the want ads or surfing the Internet for open jobs. These candidates have to be approached and sought out by a good recruiter and convinced to look at your opportunity. After all, who wouldn’t be convinced to leave for a better opportunity? This is where the VET Recruiter ® can benefit you, the employer.
We have a proven track record and because we specialize exclusively in the Animal Health, Nutrition, Veterinary, Pet Products, and Agriculture Industries we have relationships with top talent and up and coming talent in the industry and can quickly and effectively locate qualified talent in the industry for your critical job openings. We offer several options including retained search, contingency search and a hybrid plan. Our mission is to help Animal Health companies acquire top talent, which helps them increase their bottom line on a global basis while helping Animal Health professionals attain career-enhancing opportunities that allow them to achieve the quality of life they seek. Our passion is to solve problems and to help others succeed. We are experts in the search process because that is what we do on a daily basis and we are good at it. Employers should spend their time on what they do best which is running and managing their business. Leave the recruiting to professionals who are experts in the search process. If you needed a new roof on your home would you attempt to do it yourself or would you hire an expert roofing company to do it for you? It’s the same with regards to recruiting. Should you attempt to do it yourself or leave it to the professionals? We think you should leave it in the hands of professionals who will do all of the leg work for you, freeing up your time to do what you do best.