When we initially arrived in Manila, Philippines in 2007, we had to learn from our mistakes during our first few years here. We attempted to utilize James in California, USA as a middleman as this seemed sensible at the time. But it didn't work, and the resultant overwork and late hours led to the loss of one of our finest.
Later, we proceeded in the same manner as in the United States, by conducting informal interviews with graduates from prestigious universities and making on-the-spot decisions.
We had some triumphs but far too many failures, and we realized that we needed a method that rigorously screened candidates before wasting professional time on interviews, and then structured and arranged the interviews themselves. It has been enormously successful.
The Disadvantages of this Method
The processes mentioned take a long time to complete. During one point in 2015, we searched for an acceptable .NET programmer for 4 months.
As a result, we cannot be employed for a specific job that comes in, and our hiring methods are consistent, and we frequently hire the appropriate individual even if there is no immediate work for him/her. We frequently have to decline off projects due to a lack of employees to reply swiftly.
Advantages of this Method for Dick
Dick, the chairman, can sleep well and relax on weekends knowing that projects are typically always handled properly and correctly. Furthermore, because our clients stay with us, our growth is consistent because existing clients stick with us and new clients just add to our business.
Advantages of this Method for the Client
The major advantage is that the task is done correctly the first time. However, because we have a low turnover rate, the programmer you last worked with and who is familiar with your system will be available in the future if needed.