Custom Talent Sourcing Success Stories

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talentWith the low unemployment rate and current market conditions we are seeing an increased effort by employers to retain the talent they have as well as find passive talent in unconventional ways.


We found that companies wanted to build targeted brand awareness and influence the right passive talent, so we created Custom Talent Sourcing. This cost-effective solution allows you to concentrate your job promotion efforts on a very specific talent pool. We handle the leg work for you to promote your job through the appropriate platforms and engage experienced industry talent through our social networks and extensive candidate community. You can view the Custom Talent Sourcing package details on the website.


Jeff Hurst ā€“ IDO Feed & Supply
General Manager

The site was easy to use, economical and presented me with many potential candidates. It took 8 weeks to find a new general manager for the company. Using an executive search firm could have cost the company 10 to 15 times more.


Eric Gibson ā€“ US Soybean Export Council
Industry Relations Coordinator

We received many great candidates as a result of the listing on the site. The person we hired, however, reached out to as a result of receiving information about the position in a St. Louis Agribusiness Club email. Regardless, Iā€™m definitely glad we were able to gain some traction and attention of some bright young people interested in careers in agriculture and perhaps those seeking positions were circle back to us in the future.


Riley Nienhueser ā€“ Vitalix, Inc.
District Sales Manager

We could not be more pleased with the results from From the moment our posting went live we started receiving applications as well as quality applicants. It was well worth the money to use


Contact your account manager to find out how your organization can benefit from a CTS posting!


Dana Vinson Mull and Jessica Bartow also contributed to this article.

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