Top Quality Recruitment (TQR) is a leading agency providing recruiting and staffing services for clients and candidates in the CPG and Life Sciences industries. Our team offers highly qualified and seasoned professionals on a contract, contract-to-perm and direct hire basis.
With a combined 50+ years of top quality recruitment experience, our dedicated team of professionals are passionate about people and provide top quality service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Top Quality Recruitment has become the recruitment choice for many clients across North America.
Simply put, we excel in building quality teams...
Your candidates are very good. Thank you.
Very good but we’re not done yet, I have another search for you. Thank you for conducting your search, we are happy to have your candidate come on board!
I want to thank you again for all of your help. Its very rare these days that you find a recruiter that I feel truly cared about me and the company they are representing! I did feel that way dealing with you. I know that this is going to be a perfect fit for me! Have a great week.
I’m grateful for this new job opportunity and glad that it worked out. I think your recruiting approach is great. Liked the motivational tips, it was refreshing.
I arrived at my client meeting well prepared and excited about the opportunity to present my company’s services to this hard-won prospect. After many calls and emails, the CEO finally agreed to see me. Having researched the company, they seemed to be right in the vertical I was most familiar and of a size that would undoubtedly require our services.
You would think with all the technology at our fingertips hiring cycles would be getting faster but there not. It could be the uncertainty in the market or the uncertainty the hiring manager is experiencing in their own job. What if I make a mistake? How will it impact my company? How will it impact my reputation as a manager?
Most candidates know they need to ask questions during interviews but some questions are just hard to ask. I call these pin questions. Pin questions float like an invisible balloon in the interview room and candidates hesitate to ask them. They worry. Asking these types of questions may make them appear too direct, confrontational or even threatening. The real reason you don’t ask them is because like a sharp pin they might burst your wonderful floating balloon that this is a perfect opportunity for you.
Today, looking for a job has become more complex than its ever been. It is extremely difficult to stand out from other applicants and the role of the recruiter when there are a multitude of applicants is to find reasons not to put candidates forward as hiring managers are demanding to see near perfect fit candidates only.