Hiring Isn't Hard. You're Just Doing It Wrong.

‘A Great Reassessment.’ ‘Labor shortage.’ ‘The Great Resignation.’

For all of their clever wordplay and endless coverage, headlines are doing little to quell the fears of employers everywhere hoping to uncover some yet-untapped wealth of talent.

But for countless organizations, every stone overturned yields little human capital, and still, life – and business – go ever forth.

So businesses are relegated to a Goldilocks quandary: Demands are high, available talent is low, and no one is just right?

Let’s just say it and get it out of the way: Hiring is hard. Or it at least seems that way. 

To be clear, it was never easy – it’s time-consuming and expensive. But there is another way. 

 

Making The Case For A Remote Workforce

Many of you were forced to go remote last year. And, admittedly, you did your best. 

For so many of you and your industries, there was no blueprint for how to go remote. So you researched, looked at industries to your right and left, and on a hope and prayer, trudged forward as best you could.

No small feat. But you did it. You rose to the occasion, and you did it.

But that was last year. This is now. You know, the Great Labor Shortage Resignation-a-thon.

And now? Now, it's estimated that by the year 2022, 53 percent of the U.S. workforce will be remote. For comparison and perspective, just five years ago in 2017, roughly 5.2 percent of the workforce was remote.

We moved an entire decimal place in just five years. 

That talent you need? It’s out there, and it just so happens we know exactly where you can find it.

We’re talking about a talent pool that traverses city, county, state and even country lines.

 

The BELAY Way

When we’re asked – and it’s often – how we find and hire our world-class contractors, we’re happy to share because finding contractors is surprisingly easy. 

But we’re not satisfied with ‘easy.’ Nor are we satisfied with quantity. We are in the business of quality. After all, our acceptance rate for our contractors is lower than Harvard’s – 4.5 percent for anyone wondering – with our contractor acceptance rate at 3.93 percent.

That means more than 96 percent of our applicants don’t make the grade. 

But those that do? Oh, they’re special. We’re talking creme-de-la-creme, knock-your-socks-off special.

And better still? Our more than 1,500 contractors are ready, willing and able right now at this exact moment to help you and your organization grow.

Without further ado, your top-quality talent pool just grew exponentially with … 

    • Social Media Managers

These are professionals who live and breathe social media. We’re talking people for whom every ping, ding and red-badge notification gives them anticipatory butterflies as they eagerly engage with your clients – and future clients – online.

    • Virtual Assistants

Our Virtual Assistants are dedicated, proven professionals who bring experience and expertise to everyone they serve with a knack for being resourceful, helpful and proactive, and a gift for organization, planning and problem-solving.

    • Virtual Bookkeepers

Most people don’t love spreadsheets – but some do. For those who don’t, our Virtual Bookkeepers and Accounting Clerks arm our clients with clear, simple, and updated financial information. Have financials so good your CPA sheds a tear.

    • Website Specialists

Your website should be your most profitable asset, not your most painful. Make prospective customers happy – and convert them to actual customers with a powerful website that can position both you and your company as the solution your prospects need.

 

Stop Settling. Start Hiring.

BELAY has the right person ready to help you grow your business – without the added stress of having to do everything on your own. 

So now, instead of managing minutia better left to someone else, leaders can spend more time doing what only they can do: Growing their organization.

And to help get you started with The Great Outsourcing, download a free copy of ‘Hiring Isn’t Hard: 9 Secrets That Make It Easy’ today so you can reap the benefits of a remote workforce tomorrow – and every day thereafter.