Talent Pools are the solution to some of your most common freelancer recruitment challenges.
Using Talent Pools you can create a 'bench' of on-demand talent, reduce your time to hire and save on recruitment costs.
Talent Pools are easy to create and provide a simple, convenient method of managing your freelancers. You can even invite freelancers you already work with to join your Talent Pools.
About Talent Pools:
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There are two main benefits of using Talent Pools:
For example, hiring a freelance designer from our UK marketplace takes between 1 and 3 days on average. Whilst this is pretty fast compared to traditional recruitment methods, Talent Pools typically reduce the time to hire to less than a day.
How can the Talent Pool reduce your time to hire so much?
A Talent Pool allows you to build a 'bench' of pre-vetted, pre-qualified freelancers. This means you can shortcut the resourcing process by finding, shortlisting and interviewing potential freelancers in advance. Then, when you need a project completed in a hurry, all you need to do is post it to your Talent Pool.
This has a number of advantages:
For a senior freelance designer sourced through a traditional contract/recruitment agency, you can pay hefty fees to the recruiter for their services.
You can instantly make savings by hiring the same designer through a freelance marketplace:
The Talent Pool also reduces the management overhead cost of making a hire. As you've already pre-vetted and approved the freelancers in your Talent Pool, you eliminate the cost of you reviewing CVs and applications.
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