Legal employers can rely upon Eolis International Group for assistance in the development of the most appropriate search methodology based upon objectives, timetable, and credentials required.
- Retainer Searches
- Hybrid Searches
- Exclusive Searches
- Targeted Searches
- Opportunistic Searches
Retainer Searches: allocate substantial time and the most rigorous standards both in the development of candidate universe and the search process (full retainer search fee, plus supplementary success fees).
Hybrid Searches: allocate substantial time and rigorous standards for a condensed period at considerably reduced cost of a retainer search; an excellent blend of retainer search and contingency placement policy to increase success and lower risk (reduced retainer, plus expenses, plus contingency fee).
Exclusive Searches: allocate substantial time and attention to identifying and referring potential candidates during a predefined period in which EOLIS is the client's sole resource (contingency fee, plus expenses).
Targeted Searches: allocates time on a discretionary basis with well defined priorities, motivators for seeking our potential candidates for immediate referral (contingency fee basis).
Opportunistic Searches: allocate time on a discretionary basis with employers who are responsive regarding potential candidate interviews (contingency fee basis).
The Candidate Pool Matters
Effective attorney searches are the product of savvy search specialists with connections to uniquely qualified candidates. The ideal candidate pool reflects more than the ability of a recruiter to make a cold call, and more than the skills of the polished resume writer to submit a CV.
EOLIS brings to the table more than four decades of interviewing experience that probes below the surface of credentials to ascertain strengths and potential weaknesses that reveal themselves in multiple conversations, obligatory personal meetings prior to referral, and ongoing review of information and data that is relevant to the decision making process for all parties concerned.