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In our last company bulletin, we asked our followers and subscribers to give their views on future trends in the world of recruitment. (more…)
The answer to this is yes and no. A product or service becomes a commodity when it becomes the same or has few differences to other available products or services on the market. (more…)
It’s time for Kaleb’s 4th blog about life in the Resourcing Solutions Apprenticeship Scheme. (more…)
Kaleb Gumbs, one of the new breed of Recruitment Consultants at Resourcing Solutions talks about how he became to part of the Resourcing Solutions team via the Apprentice Scheme.
Well……. We have now commenced our Resourcing Solutions Apprenticeship (more…)
A report published by REC has shown a promising but fragile trend in the recruitment market with Engineering and Construction leading the way. (more…)
Over the past ten years, we have seen major changes in the way our clients fill their temporary staffing requirements. What was once an uncontrolled local activity is now a highly transparent and process driven activity.
We now have a market that provides recruitment solutions such as Managed Services Programmes (MSP) and Preferred Supplier Lists (PSL). But how do clients know which one is best for their business? (more…)
The most fundamental right is to have a job but this must be balanced against fairness and the rights of workers, Lord Young, minister for postal affairs and employment relations at the department for business, innovation and skills (BIS), told the REC National Convention in London today.
He told the audience of around 200 delegates that the government recognised that many workers enjoy agency work, as it gives them the flexibility and an opportunity to re-enter the labour market: “I see recruitment agencies making a positive contribution to this.” (more…)
Helen Gotts latest blog post articulates how Candidates can get the best from Recruitment Agencies and Consultants.
‘Whatever your opinion of recruitment consultants, there is no denying that in the current overcrowded and competitive job marketplace, it is well worth trying to build a relationship with an agency you can trust.
One of the inevitable things about a recession is that “cowboy” organisations with no loyal client or candidate base start to struggle. This leaves the playing field open to the well established and more reputable organisations that don’t suddenly need to reinvent themselves in a different sector. (more…)
At Carbon Reduction ‘09 we will be presenting a Master Class detailing the tools and methodology past, present and future which has been and will be critical in resourcing highly skilled, but short supply candidates for the ever expanding renewables and alternative energy industry sector. (more…)