Our recruitment process is seamless, effective, and specific to your needs. Once you compile all your qualifications and the job description is approved, our candidate search begins.
We follow a rigorous recruiting and screening process that includes reviewing and filtering every single application we receive to guarantee we do not miss any great candidates or invest time on the profiles that are not suited to your needs.
Our human resources experts and managers conduct extensive interviews before you even see the first resume. We apply soft skills, English, and personality tests, including evaluating their computer literacy and typing speed. Then, once we are sure we have the candidate(s) you are looking for, we set up a final interview, send you the candidate’s resume and suggested questions that might help you during the interview.
Once you fall in love with the candidate as we did, we will start the new employee enrollment process, including sending out your offer. Before their first day, we make sure they have all the training they need to succeed.
Rob Buffington, President of Gordian Staffing, is a business owner in the United States. He once struggled to find top talent for his business. Not only that, but the hiring process was lengthy, and the overhead costs were piling up.
Rob, with the help of his team, developed Gordian Staffing to simplify the hiring process. By fine-tuning the hiring process, he set out to help skilled, experienced employees find ideal employment opportunities.
Gordian Staffing understands the difficulties of the hiring process. Partnering with us ensures you are equipped to put your best foot forward to find the long-term employment opportunity for you.
We focus on hiring remote team members from Guadalajara, Mexico because it is one of the most conducive places to have a remote team and do business. The City of Guadalajara is located in the Western region of Mexico within the state of Jalisco. It is an economic powerhouse, largely due to being the main producer of software, electronics, and digital components in Mexico. Many are even calling it Mexico’s Silicon Valley.