FIND JOBS

JOBS for
Scientists and Engineers

EXPERTISE

We're not scientists or engineers,
but we know a lot of them

FIND TALENT

We owe you great results.
This is how we get them

Truth in Recruiting

HOW DOES THAT WORK?

JOB SEEKERS

WANT TO

maximize their exposure and
minimize becoming commodities.

Businesses

WANT TO

maximize the flexibility of their workforces and
minimize the costs of bad hiring decisions.

And so

The FREE MARKET,

in its infinite wisdom,
created

Recruitment agencies

TO FACILITATE THE EXCHANGE BY PARTNERING
with both
TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS.

You'd think it would all work smoothly.
But as both businesses and job seekers have found out,
the agency business model has mutated.

IT'S NOW BUILT ON CHURNING
Numbers.

Recruiters

Meet thEIr quotas

before meeting the needs of job seekers, knowing that a fresh crop
of 22-year olds is waiting to take their places.

Sales people

Meet thEIr quotas

before meeting the needs of their clients, knowing that recruiters
are waiting to move into their jobs at the first slip.

IT'S HARD TO

CREATE A PARTNERSHIP

when the partners keep
changing;

IT'S HARD TO

BUILD A RELATIONSHIP BUSINESS

when relationship isn't the
priority.

WE CAN FIX THAT

WITH A LITTLE BIT
of
...

OUR PROCESS

Just different enough from what everyone else does

We help companies find candidates. If you're a candidate, we'll work with you to see if a job is a fit for you, and if you're a fit for our clients. If you're a client, instead of promising you qualified candidates, we promise you a qualifying process that ensures you get them.

1

Communication

Needs analysis

2

Opportunities
and Client Submittals

Summary
of Understanding

3

Interviewing

Targeted Sourcing

4

Feedback

Client Review
of Candidates

5

Offer

Client Interview
and Feedback

6

Placement

Offer and Placement

7

Performance Updates

Performance Updates

MEMBER OF THE ASA

ASA Code of Ethics and Good Practices

One of the principal missions of the American Staffing Association is to encourage high standards of ethical conduct in dealings with employees, clients, and competitors. In furtherance of that mission, the ASA board of directors has adopted the following codes of ethics: a general code applicable to all staffing firms, and a separate code covering construction and other types of day labor services.

Read the full version

of the ASA Code of Ethics and Good Practices.