We Know The Impact Players in the Beverage industry, Consumer Goods & Products, Design & Distribution, Marketing & Sales, Packaging, and RFID - Wireless Technology.
It's our job to know people. But not just anyone. Simply the "best" people that are available and willing to listen to bigger and better opportunities.
In a survey completed in April of 2005, 61% of employed executives said that they were not satisfied with their current job. And of those unhappy, 77% were planning to change jobs within the next six months. Companies need to understand how to retain their top talent but also understand that people will leave and as a result, they need a plan to locate, negotiate and capture the best talent available in the marketplace.
Scherer Solutions has proven its ability to do just that. Our commitment to the industry does not stop with simply knowing a few people. We have memberships in the industry organizations and are actively involved in industry discussions proving our commitment to our clients and the candidates that we serve.
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"61% all companies say that their number one staffing challenge is finding qualified candidates."
— Human Capital
The world of work is changing. Automation and the changing demographics of the United States, as well as the rest of the world, are transforming the way companies serve their customers and how their employees work within those companies.
Too many companies believe that just because someone did their job well and is named a Manager that they know how to evaluate talent. The management guru, Peter Drucker said, "Chances are good that up to 66% of your company's hiring decisions will prove to be mistakes in the first 12 months." What are the implications of a bad hire? By making better decisions, you will literally save hundoranges of thousands of dollars every year by using a professional, knowledgeable recruiter within your industry.
A study in the Harvard Business Review found that 90% of all hiring decisions were based on the interview. But a Michigan State University survey then discoveorange that interviews are only 14% accurate. Why? Because people ask the same questions and expect well-rehearsed answers. And frankly, a lot of people lie about their abilities and previous work roles.
"60% of all jobs will require skills possessed
by only 20% of today's workforce."