- Give your candidates a better experience
- A far easier process for you
- Save on fees
- Disrupt a traditional market
Let’s start with a disclaimer: it is of course in our interests that our partners don’t use recruitment agencies to hire for the same roles they share with our members. After all, we put lots of energy and effort into sharing our data and expertise to help our partners attract the very best talent. The thing is, we genuinely believe it’s in our partners’ and members’ interests too. Here’s why we think exclusivity is a good idea.
Give your candidates a better experience
It’s an all-round better candidate experience if you’re not being approached from all angles. We’re all about keeping things simple at Movemeon.
A far easier process for you
It’s much easier for the hiring manager to only have to deal with one channel – it saves time and energy, ultimately making the hiring process much more efficient for everyone involved. We ask for just two weeks exclusivity, as a head start: given the speed of our model, we’ll get you the majority of your candidates within a fortnight. You can then make an informed decision – that’s normally about the time you’ve agreed terms with an agency anyway!
Save of fees
We work at a big discount to traditional recruitment agencies, so when our partners hire with us, they save money. Exclusivity means a higher chance that we’ll help you make a successful hire, and the more likely that is, the more likely it is that you will spend less. Win-win.
Disrupt a traditional market
We want to disrupt traditional recruitment. We don’t want candidate CVs being spammed, and cold calls going out left, right and centre. We’re pretty sure you don’t either. So give us a helping hand to get one-up on the competition, and help to improve the overall industry.
Like our advice? Hear even more at one of our events:
An event was hosted my Natwest called Growing inclusive leadership in Tech. The topic addressed was ‘Key ways to create a positive company culture’
We had the pleasure to co-organise a roundtable breakfast discussion with Learnitect. The topic for the day – Recruiting and Empowering Top Performers
On Thursday 28th September, movemeon and On Purpose hosted an event for consultants and ex-consultants interested in building socially impactful careers. We were joined by Parita Doshi, Seigo Robinson, Sophie Runcorn and Jeroen Sabbe. These are 5 of the evening’s top tips