What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
We’ve brought three people on board who Talencio recommended. We also interviewed between 3–5 individuals who we didn’t select but were quality candidates. For me, their success isn’t a quantitative measure but a qualitative measure. The people who we selected that Talencio recommended are high-quality workers.
How did Talencio perform from a project management standpoint?
Talencio listened and was passionate about finding the right person for us. Their team found individuals to review within the necessary timeframe. We brought people on board at the exact time when it was planned.
We’re a small company, so the only objectives that we set are company objectives for enrollment in clinical trials. We set week-to-week tasks to get done. From that standpoint, the people who Talencio found meet our internal deadlines to achieve overall company goals. They contribute to ensuring that we meet our deadlines.
What did you find most impressive about them?
The quality of the people that Talencio brings forward is much higher than that of competitors. The experiences that candidates have are more closely aligned with what we expected.
At the same time that we started to work with Talencio, we worked with another vendor. That individual brought 1–2 people forward who weren’t even close to what we needed. Talencio has the capabilities to match our needs with the right people.
Are there any areas they could improve?
No, I would return to them. Talencio was successful in finding the people we needed. They’re also fair. Their team gave us a break when we transitioned the one contractor to a full-time position.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
Use them. If they have questions, they’ll ask before they make inquiries with candidates. They have a good network to find the people you need. Talencio works well in the medical industry. For companies that need clinical people, they’re the place to go.