Recruiting Process Support for In-House Recruitment

Research-Recruiting Support

Recruiting Support Research
Recruitment Research


Delivers vital information in support of an efficient requisition based recruiting process. Examples of some topics and issues researched include identifying prospective candidates, building ideal target lists of industries, companies, and titles, sourcing matching resumes, compiling candidate profiles, determining talent pool characteristics, and more.

Work product examples are offered throughout this page. Click on each icon to view example document.

Names Generation

Initial and on-going generation of potential candidate names and contact data are captured through public and private databases, social networking sites, professional association postings, alumni boards, as well as though networking and referrals. Phone based research is also utilized to gather intelligence when appropriate.

Name Gen Report Example

Selection criteria:

  • Typical titles
  • Industries & companies
  • Job stability

  • Geographic limits & priorities
  • Skills, qualifications, & experiences
  • Priority of sources
Name Gen Output Example

Resume Research

Often referred to as “eSourcing”, this process rapidly sources job matching resumes from multiple sources including resumes not typically available on job boards. Processing can include automatic phone screening which would produce qualified, interested, affordable, and documented candidates.

Resume Sourcing Spec Example

Uses the same selection criteria as name generation.

Additional criteria applicable when phone screening:

  • Compelling pitch
  • Hirable description
  • Screening topics
– Messaging to entice candidate enrollment
– Hiring manager plain language explanation of what they will hire
– 3-5 typical phone screening questions/topics
Resume Research Spec

Talent Pool Evaluation

Specialized research process designed to render quick and valuable insights into potential talent pools to support a sourcing plan. Evaluation is rendered after gathering the detailed position spec requirements.

Collects and evaluates data to better understand a targeted talent source pool:
  • Identifies all pool determinants, such as… titles, skills, loc, travel, visa, etc.
  • Develops initial pool impression to give focus to the subsequent steps
  • Estimates pool characteristics including how many, where, how determinants impact size and access

Ideal target titles example
Talent Pool Evaluation example

Ideal Targeting

Support for effective development of targeted sourcing plans. KGTiger carefully reviews the position requirements and discusses the status and expectations with the client. Matching targets are then produced using a smart algorithm to extract the best elements. Targeting options may include industries, companies, titles, and/or geographies.

Ideal target titles example

Target titles example

Ad-hoc Research

Access to transactional information helps keep the recruiting workflow moving. This service supports the usual and the unusual situations that occur from time to time where quick help really helps.

Examples of some ad-hock research requests:

  • “Find this name for me …”
  • “Check the price for this …”
  • “Who is the VP of HR at …”
  • “Who in the northeast have posted ads for … “