Often, C-level executives of investment management and financial service companies cannot acquire the right talent for specialized positions that they have available. One study has shown that when looking for a qualified new hire, less than 10 percent of CEO’s had confidence about bringing in new talent with a specialized skill set that will benefit their business. Human resource managers and corporate executives both have expressed different challenges in the recruitment process. This is where GoBuyside of New York City steps in. GoBuyside offers recruiting solutions to companies. So that they can optimize their hiring process to find the right talent in efficient time. Read more at Wayup about GoBuyside.
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Based in NYC, GoBuyside is an executive recruitment firm that uses a tech centric approach to assist companies in talent recruitment. Watching the job trends within the financial sector constantly adapts their approach to talent recruitment. Having decentralized positions or people that work from home is a noticeable trend that has been growing in the financial industry. To broaden their applicant pool GoBuyside embraces the recruitment of remote employees.
Information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that 24% of employed persons, did part or majority of their work from home on the internet in 2015. GoBuyside believes that having a broader selection pool increases the chances of finding the right candidate during the hiring process. Read this article at Accesswire.
The founder and CEO of GoBuyside is Arjun Kapur. Arjun has deep and extensive talent acquisition experience. He has helped recruiting for companies in New York City and nationwide in over 40 cities, including 10 cities abroad. Kapur attended and graduated from John Hopkins University with a major in Economics. He even achieved a Master’s in Business Administration from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
During an interview Arjun was asked “What is a recent idea that you brought to life?”. He stated that while working in finance, he noticed that there was an increased competition for finding talent within an efficient amount of time. Private equity and Hedge Fund companies had a difficult time effectively recruiting for their firms. This led him to the idea of a tech enabled platform that would be more useful than the old ways of hiring.