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6 Reasons to Hire IQ PARTNERS
We’ve written over 150 blog posts on social innovation & sustainability and volunteer as advisors to the Centre of Social Innovation for climate ventures.
Our Social Impact, Non-Profit and Sustainability Recruiters have 11 years of success recruiting impact players for organizations like World Vision, Bullfrog Power, Heart & Stroke, Value Village, and VanCity Community Investment Bank.
Because we’re so involved we know how to find the truly committed and screen out the others.
73% of our clients are repeat customers.
95.4% of candidates and clients rate our industry knowledge as ‘Above Average’ or ‘Outstanding’. That means top candidates take our calls.
We hunt. We find. And never give up.
During the 2008 financial meltdown, we saw the huge negative impact it had on the great companies and people we serve and had a revelation: business leaders simply hadn’t been socially responsible by focusing on a non-sustainable model. Wouldn’t it be better for all, including our own children, if we worked to create a more sustainable system? And what if we personally could help by using our talents for recruiting in order to grow businesses that have a positive social impact?
Since then, our team has written over 150 blog posts on the subject and volunteer at social innovation events. The Social Impact, Non-Profit & Sustainability recruiting practice at IQ PARTNERS that grew out of our beliefs can help your organization find the talented, passionate people to make the social impact you hope for. Our active involvement means we know where to find the best talent in the sector. Our credibility means they take our calls. And our experience means we know what factors motivate them to take a new job.
Why are some companies easier to recruit from than others? IQ PARTNERS recruiters have headhunted over 100,000 people. We know which companies are easy to recruit from and which companies are not… and we’re sharing what we’ve learned!