Finding your new assistant just got easier: Introducing Candidate Screening Services

By now, you have heard that hiring a Real Estate Assistant should be looked at as an investment and not a cost. But let’s face it, taking on a salaried employee is costly. In most of our active markets, experienced assistants command starting salaries of at least $50,000 as a base salary plus a bonus.

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Add to that the risk (and cost) of making a bad hire, it’s no wonder that hiring, training and managing staff are such hot topics at real estate seminars.

For more than ten years, I have worked with top producers to help them build their teams. Early on, I created a flat-fee, three-payment model that includes a 90-day guarantee. Our approach is consultative and hands-on and highly successful. This model works well, especially for top producers who expect exceptional service and minimal involvement in their search.

The problem is this model does not always make sense for agents who are overwhelmed with the volume of resumes from the ad they placed or the person who needs a second opinion on the two candidates their Broker referred to them. Some do not need help with the entire hiring process and would rather give up the 90-day guarantee in exchange for a potentially lower placement fee.

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In response, we created a new product called Candidate Screening Services (or CSS for short). This is our tried and true screening pipeline, including our popular recorded candidate video interviews, offered a la carte. Take what you need, leave what you don’t. It’s flexible, responsive, and highly customizable. Click here to view pricing. 

Our new Candidate Screening Services make it easier for you to make a major investment in your business. So stop waiting to bring on the perfect hire and call us today. With Spring in full swing, there is no better time to get started

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