Pay per hire

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Preparation is the key to success. Independently of the chosen business model, our first steps remain the same. Upon defining the terms and conditions of our collaboration, a detailed onboarding meeting is required. Here we map our recruitment journey and gather everything we need to know about your company:

Hiring schedule

Company Culture

Tech Stack

Stakeholders

Your recruitment steps

Priorities and expectations

Once we settle all the details, we begin with the sourcing stage right away, with no delays.

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WHO ARE THE STAKEHOLDERS?

From our side, you will be assigned with:

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

3-5

Three to five candidates sent in the first two weeks

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WHAT IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG?

We inform you about our progress each week. You will receive a report with the number of contacted candidates, average response rate and impressions from the market.

If things don’t go according to our plan, we sit back, take a break, and schedule a call with you so that we can review what can be done to improve the statistics.
If nothing can be done even then, we return the role with no further prolongation.

HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS BUSINESS MODEL IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

If your company currently has a limited number of senior roles that need to be filled, and you still aren’t sure about your future hiring schedule – don’t worry, this is a proven business model crafted for your needs.

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WHAT DO YOU PAY FOR, AND WHEN?

Pay per Hire business model is primarily one-time success fee based. This means that a major part of the payment is scheduled after we successfully place a candidate as your new colleague. This amount ranges between 13 and 15% of the candidate’s annual base salary. We agree on the percentage during the onboarding meeting, once we determine how difficult a particular role is to find.

An additional amount called the commitment fee is paid at the beginning of our collaboration and covers the initial costs of onboarding a role. This part of the fee is non-refundable, but, in case of successful placement of a candidate – it gets deducted from the final cost, meaning there are no hidden extra costs.

SCHEDULE A CALL

Members of our team will get in touch with you in no time.