Recruitment Process Outsourcing is the process of delegating the entire recruitment and hiring process to a third-party service provider who has the capability to search, screen, vet, and onboard candidates.
Lean Marketing, a division of Lean Solutions Group, specializes in finding the right marketing experts for their client’s needs. Based upon those needs, Lean Marketing searches for the right candidate to take their marketing efforts to the highest levels.
The Hiring Process at Lean Marketing
Even though hiring processes can be tedious, with Lean Marketing, it is incredibly straightforward. The recruiting and hiring process is fast and smooth for both parties, which allows Lean Marketing to create a great customer experience, building trust and reliability in the relationship with our clients.
How it works: Stages of the hiring process
Send updated CV in English to the Lean Marketing team
The first step is for all candidates interested in the position to apply by sending in their resume for the marketing recruitment team to review.
After the resume is sent, there's a first meeting to discuss the position and Lean Marketing expectations.
Aptitude and skill tests
After the initial interview, the candidate undergoes an aptitude and skill tests where the Marketing team can review English level and capabilities.
Interview with psychologist
After the aptitude tests, there’s an interview with a psychologist to talk about the candidate, their experience, and expectations. This interview is very open, and the psychologist reassures the candidate that this is just a space to get to know them.
Interview with Human Resources
A few days after, there’s an interview with the HR team where they ask simple questions and explain how the entire hiring process is structured. Here’s where they explain the dynamic with the U.S.-based company, benefits, and other important information. In this stage, the Lean Marketing team reaches out again as well to see how the candidate is feeling about the entire process.
Interview with client
The final interview is with the U.S.-based company where the candidates get to know the future employer and discuss the day-to-day job responsibilities.
The last step is taking the medical exams. These are easy and just confirmation that the candidate is suitable for the position and the work environment.
In the selection process, the company selects the candidate, and an email is sent to them as confirmation. The Lean Marketing team also calls the employees to let them know they have been selected.
The Onboarding Process
The hiring process takes about two weeks, and then the onboarding process begins. It starts with an orientation meeting with Lean Marketing where the candidate learns more about the company, how it operates, their responsibilities, the points of contact in the event of any questions, permits, and other essential information.
The second day is an induction with the U.S.-based company where they again introduce themselves, present the team, discuss expectations, and welcome the candidate to their new position.
“Today I can say that I start my day motivated and end it the same way, allowing me to think that working for a foreign company through Lean Marketing's management has an outcome with remarkable results for all the parties involved. My experience has been incredibly enriching, and it has helped me grow and enhance my skill set.” - Maria Clara, translator staffed by Lean Marketing
The entire process is very straightforward and efficient. Companies that opt for recruitment process outsourcing obtain incredible results as they are able to access talented and vetted professionals in their required field of knowledge without having to take care of the entire recruitment process.
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Maria Clara Ramirez
Maria Clara is a translator with an emphasis on the freight market. She has journalism, humanities, and digital marketing background. Maria Clara is passionate about content creation, photography, traveling, cultures, and learning fun facts.