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Faced with bolstering its contingent workforce to meet soaring semiconductor chip customer demand, the Client asked Acara to conduct a large-scale recruitment campaign to hire 700 assemblers, technicians, and material handlers across three primary locations. To be successful, the Acara team would need to streamline the recruitment process and utilize multiple sourcing channels to hire a high volume of workers quickly.
Employing diversity hiring strategies, a focused digital marketing campaign, and worker retention initiatives, the Acara team made 600+ contingent hires to assist the Client in meeting their urgent production demands.
A $ 17+ billion global supplier of equipment and services to the semiconductor industry, the Client’s 18,000+ employees are located worldwide.
In the spring of 2022, our 25+ year Master Vendor Program (MVP) Client was faced with bolstering its contingent workforce to meet soaring semiconductor chip customer demand. As they ramped up their production line, the Client asked Acara to conduct a large-scale recruitment campaign to hire 600 assemblers, technicians, and material handlers across three primary locations.
To successfully meet the Client’s need to start 50 candidates each week, Acara would be required to:
To assist our Client’s hiring initiative, Acara implemented a comprehensive approach, which included the following:
Acara’s streamlined hiring process ensured our Client had the workers to support their urgent production requirements driven by increased customer demand. Using our high-touch, consultative approach and unparalleled agility, Acara successfully identified qualified candidates and screened, interviewed, and onboarded them to achieve the following results:
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