Efficiency 101

To demonstrate our dedication and commitment to you as a partner, we have created “Efficiency 101” to fully explain our screening process and commitment to excellence. We call our process Efficiency 101 because of the exceptional results produced by our minimum two recruiter-to-one account manager ratio, our attention to detail, and our responsiveness to your unique timelines.

We are committed to a true partnership. We pledge to:

  • Provide pre-screened, committed candidates who have the skills you desire
  • Offer candidates who fit within your salary range
  • Ensure candidates fully understand your objectives, culture, and expectations

Whether your need is functional or technical, we tailor our systematic screening process for each client to provide the right candidate for the job.

We have a team of expert recruiters who are passionate about what they do.  They are trained extensively at conducting the necessary technical screenings and soft skills evaluations that help match great people with great companies. Each candidate is assessed in detail before being presented for evaluation.  Statistical analysis has convinced us that the greatest predictor of future behavior is past behavior.  We’ll find you a great candidate who has proven their worth and will bring valuable experience, skills, and a team-oriented approach to ensure your success.

Our recruiters understand building relationships with “A players” is a key to what we do and use a wealth of resources like LinkedIn, Meetup.com, networking events, all the major job boards, advertising, and direct recruiting to source candidates. But our most important resource is our personal network – our referrals.


We source heavily from referrals because we find that the best attract the best. The talented professionals we work with refer their friends and colleagues because of the success of our firm, because of the integrity that stands behind it, and because of our ability to get the job done right. Plus, we love to work with great people over and over again.

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