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September 8, 2021

3 of the Best Tips for Screening

Recruitment is an essential part of market research for businesses in many industries. The proper screening and recruitment of respondents to determine the best fit for your project is very important to the overall success, and we take that responsibility very seriously.

Here are the top 3 tips for screenings to find the best possible candidates:

Hold a launch meeting to communicate to us the specific goals of the project

Really understanding the research will help us to get to the right respondents for your project. We can also suggest the best recruitment methods to find those type of individuals. It may be our database, lists, social media, LinkedIn, or many other ways. Through voicing your priorities and goals, we can more accurately hone in on the best platform to use for your project.

Screen for what the project really needs

Whether detailed demographics are important, or mindset, or both, create a screener that gets to the right types of people. For very large recruits, possibly test the screener with a few pre-recruits and in-depth interviews to see if the screener is on point for the project. Possibly revamp and recreate areas that might become apparent after a few test respondents.

We screen and rescreen

Screening and rescreening are important to make sure that respondents were and are thoughtful about their answers. This process also helps to reinforce their important role in the research and strengthen the commitment to the project. We let respondents know that they are important, connected to us, and their opinion is so valuable to the research.

Get Expert Recruitment

The best way to ensure you’re getting the right respondents from your screening process is to let professionals help. At Focus Forward, we’re experts in nationwide qualitative recruitment, transcription and incentive processing. We can help you throughout the entire fielding of your study.

Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help with respondent recruitment!