UK & Europe Features
An IT outage of only a few days could lead to a significant loss of business and ongoing financial losses.
An 80s recruitment consultant would have relied on a rolodex and a fax machine whereas they now have access to online job boards, applicant tracking systems and social media.
"To prepare for increased competition and upcoming market challenges, recruiters need to get more involved in activities such as long-term planning and hiring strategies."
Stuart Thomas, customer success lead in the recruitment division of The Access Group says recruiters…
The freedom to log on and work remotely will suddenly open up a lot of possibilities for your consultants, as well as free time in their diaries.
"Right now there is not enough HR data democracy; meaning that everybody who is entitled to this data is typically not getting it."
“This will be the most exciting year so far, we’ll be entertaining over 3000 recruiters in the park, and it’s free to attend!."
Whether you’ve written a blog, a press release or designed an infographic, ensure you are repurposing it into as many different content forms as possible.
Recruitment firms should engage with their clients to discuss which roles are likely to be in scope across different levels, and if workers with these skills are thin on the ground or easily replaced - forewarned is forearmed.
The UK’s gig economy is booming, with an estimated two million freelancers in 2018. These numbers are set to continue rising.