You’re overworked and know it’s time to hire, but finding the time to start the hiring process is nearly impossible. Done for You Hiring gives you the team you need to support you and your vision—without breaking a sweat. I can uncover the best talent and put them in the right seats for success, helping your business scale along the way.
This may feel like a casual conversation to you but after 20 years in business, I know exactly what questions to ask so that you get the right person in the right seat for your business. You may find yourself answering questions like, “What kind of questions do you think potential candidates will ask about this position?” and “What is the number one stumbling block for this position to achieve success?”
While you’re answering, I’m also listening for everything you don’t say. How you talk about the business and your team. What industry you’re in. How you prefer work to be completed and how you communicate with your team.
All of the verbal, nonverbal, and unspoken communication helps me understand precisely WHO is the right fit.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are deeply held values for me. For every engagement, I strive to identify candidates who bring a range of backgrounds and experiences to the table. I source candidates from a diverse pool and look for candidates who will add to your team’s culture by bringing different perspectives and experiences to your team.
I prize communication. Not only with you, as our client, but also with our candidates. I promise to never ghost a client, candidate, or vendor.
I understand that each individual has a whole life outside this process while also recognizing this process has the potential to change someone’s life.
You can get the right person, in the right seat, and grow your business. Your team members can be the right people in the right seats
who love being part of your team.
Your team members can be the right people in the right seats who love being part of your team.
Diversity and Inclusion
Danielle C Levy LLC embraces, values, and respects the full range of social and cultural characteristics, including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, gender identity, mental/physical ability, religion, and age. Diversity doesn’t work without inclusion. The way I operate, how I speak about the work, how I make decisions, how I run meetings, and how I solicit and weigh feedback and ideas are all critical elements for building inclusivity. I am committed to developing teams where everyone’s voice is heard and respected and team members are encouraged to bring their whole selves to their work.