A talent pipeline for the energy industry

Usually skyrocketing demand is great news for an industry. And demand for energy is most certainly rising. But when there’s a shortage of skilled engineers and qualified professionals to fulfill that rising demand, the pressure starts to build. Hire the right people, the first time, on time.

In the power industry, safety is everything. The first step towards creating a safer environment for your employees is taken when you consider a new one. Pre-Hire 360® enables hiring managers to gain insight into a candidate’s past performance so they can gauge their commitment to safety.

When clients like Weatherford, CH2M Hill, and Sempra Energy use Pre-Hire 360® to get feedback from the references of prospective employees, they get the feedback delivered through job-specific surveys completed by past managers and peers – the people who actually worked with the candidate.

Additionally, our passive candidate sourcing solution, provides our power industry clients with a pipeline of engineers and skilled professionals. After completing the online survey, references can join your private, invitation-only network and indicate their interest in your open positions.

With hundreds of scientifically validated, job-specific surveys for 23 different job families, that pipeline can be as varied as it is deep.

Learn more about Pre-Hire 360® and Passive Candidate Sourcing.

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Whether it is hiring safety-minded candidates or contingent workers, or tapping into new sources of candidates, we have information to help.


3 Challenges of Hiring in Energy

Tackle the major challenges of hiring in energy with one simple process that can instantly cut all three issues down to size.

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Safety Begins at Pre-Hire

Ensure the staff you’re bringing on board will successfully contribute to the overall safety of your people and projects.

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Identify High Performers

See how Littelfuse decreased their reference checking time by 85% and saved over $4 million in turnover costs.

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