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Do you offer a guarantee?

Of course!  We offer a 3 month guarantee. If a new hire does not work out within the first three months, we will conduct another search to fill the role at no cost.

(We still expect a call if our new hire leaves after 3 months. Not sure what we’ll do. We’ll figure it out together, because that’s what partners do.)

Does RFL fill senior and executive roles?

Yes, at flat rates that are moderately higher than our standard rate, but very much in line with our flat rate pricing philosophy.

How can the fee be so low?

Two words: Transparency and Technology

Transparency – When you pay a recruiter, do you know what they did to earn that $10,000 or $15,000 or more? No! $3750 is a fair fee to cover the effort and costs we put into filling your roles. We have eliminated the ridiculous margins that abound in the industry, recognizing that if we offer our clients a quality service at a fair price we are further ahead in the long run.

Technology – Anybody can post a job on a job board or search LinkedIn for candidates. It’s the seamless integration of technology into our recruiting process to eliminate as much waste (cost and time) as possible that makes us most proud and enables us to drive down the cost of recruiting.

How does your process differ from other recruiters?

It doesn’t, or at least is shouldn’t!  Our process and service delivery model has been developed to ensure the right candidates make it through to you, our client, and the rest are weeded out.  We’re not sure what process other recruiters follow, we only care about what we do and how to do it better.

Is there a discount when filling multiple positions of the same role?

Yes.  There is a $1000 discount for each new hire after the first. We don’t have to work twice as hard, so why should you pay twice as much?

What areas does RFL specialize in?

Your OFIS; Operations, Finance, Infrastructure and Sales. Whether it be an entry HR Associate, Logistics Manager, Electrician or CFO, our recruiters are trained to meet your needs.