The art of actively locating passive candidates
What is Search?
A Search is a focused recruitment process with a clear methodology that "target" specific candidates after mapping the market and approaching relevant candidates.
When do I use Search?
Unlike the standard recruitment process, the Search process is an excellent solution in the following situations:
• The open position is very senior and discretion is usually necessary.
• The position calls for a unique profile that requires the candidate to have special skills, experience, and abilities.
• All other channels have failed.
How is the Search process being performed?
Understanding the client’s organization, the field of activity, business strategy, organizational structure, organizational culture, and more.
Defining the required profile and writing a detailed job description.
Mapping the market, locating relevant companies in similar fields of activity, and finding the relevant positions in those companies.
Creating an extensive list of potential candidates that meet the relevant job description requirements.
Checking the accuracy of the list vis-à-vis the client company and setting priorities for addressing the relevant candidates.
Contacting relevant candidates and conducting interviews.
Boiling down the candidate list and presenting several final candidates—including interviews summaries, recommendations, and other relevant information.
Selecting the leading candidate (together with the client) and assisting in the process of negotiations between the final candidate and the organization.
On-Boarding the new employee. Assisting the organization in the process of integrating the new employee.
Management Of Human Capital
RampUp provides development of HR services for organizations that do not have a dedicated human resources management function or those that are interested in strengthening and optimizing their existing human resources array.
We offer end-to-end HR services from development to implementation (of strategy, policy, processes, and infrastructure), and on-site hands-on support.
The work methodology has been developed by us over the years and is built on the 3P's:
• Philosophy - Philosophy, and policy are equivalent to human resources strategy. Which employer do I want to be?
• Process - How will the philosophy be reflected in organizational processes?
• Procedures - What organizational procedures does the company need?
The goal of the method is to develop organizational tools and implement them to support organizational strategy and serve as a platform for organizational growth.
So, what can we do for you?
Build a human resources strategy to support organizational goals.
Build tools and infrastructure, processes, work plans, and budgets.
Develop policies in various areas (compensations and benefits, recruitment, termination of employment, welfare, employee’s engagement, managers development programs, employee’s development programs, and onboarding process).
Accompany and consult managers and employees in organizational change processes.
If you do not know where you want to go - any way you choose will be the right way"
Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland)
The advice given by the cat to Alice is the essence of change and organizational development. You need to know where you want to go - in order to get there.
It seems trivial.
If so, why even when the road is clear, the target is marked and given direction, more than 60% of the organizations find it difficult to move forward from the planning stage to the strategic implementation stage?
What is organizational development?
Organizational development is an ongoing process aimed at supporting the implementation and assimilation of organizational strategy in a challenging and constantly changing environment. The methodologies and tools of organizational development are closely related to human capital, organizational culture, and human resource policies.
At RampUp, we have developed a model for diagnosis and organizational development, which views the organization holistically as a single organic unit.
The model we developed relates to five areas of organizational influence:
Structure - How is the organization structured? What is its structure? Does the existing structure support the organizational strategy that it wishes to implement?
Strategy - What is the organizational strategy? Where does the organization "want" to go?
Systems - What are the existing organizational systems? Do they support strategy and organizational structure? These may include information systems, organizational processes, and work methods.
Skills – What are the current and future capabilities and skills needed among the employees of the organization, so that the organization can meet its goals?
Staff - How all these areas of influence bind together and connect the dimension of human capital, employees and managers of the organization?
At RampUp, we conduct organizational diagnostics, mapping and propose a process of change supported by each of the five areas of organizational influence. We look at the organization as a unit in itself. And refer to "pay more than the sum of its parts."
When Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple,
was asked about the secret of his success, he replied:
” Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.”
What is the connection between love and career?
The process of career management, is to assist you to find your true love and passion for an occupation. Through a professional and focused process that examines abilities, experience, and desires, while exploring the opportunities of different career paths, we explore and decide the next stages of a candidate’s career or studies.
Whom is the service intended for?
The service is intended for anyone seeking their passion for a meaningful and enjoyable activity, which also guarantees a livelihood.
For example, those who are at the crossroads of decisions about the field of study, changing jobs, switching from self-employed to an employee or vice versa, or looking for a way to develop a second meaningful career path.
What do we offer?
We offer a focused process of several meetings, including:
Examine your current position
Map your options
Define the most optimized path of your professional development
We promise to:
accompany you and guide you through the job search process
find barriers in the process of your job search
upgrade your resume and adjust it to specific jobs
provide you with relevant and professional tools to access desirable roles using various recruitment channels
prepare you for job interviews
Out of our passion and love for what we do,
we will assist you to find your passion and reach it.
“You fail only when you stop trying" (Albert Einstein)