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Precision Sourcing has reported 'surprising' growth in permanent revenue in the past quarter, attributing it to a focus on retained work. Meanwhile moving to a four-day week has improved its recruiters' productivity and wellbeing, MD Simon Hair says.
Cox Purtell has redefined its ideal consultant and updated its hiring process, and MD James Purtell says only a small fraction of recruiters on the market have the skills agencies need during this downturn.
Recruitment leaders shortlisted in executive awards
HireVue acquires recruitment chatbot
'Perm-as-you-go' joins 'pay later' models
Services jobs decline slows
False assumptions about hiring being easier now are driving incredibly unrealistic pricing expectations that suppliers must push back on, says Blackbook Executive director Clinton Holmes.
Leadership changes at People Infrastructure
Industries where jobs are most impacted by COVID-19
Retained recruitment a difficult shift
News in brief: NPAworldwide and PredictiveHire
As recruiters rush to boost their sales in a tighter market, more diligence is needed to minimise risks of bad debt, an industry finance specialist says.
Market differentiation, ad-writing skills and social media blunders are among the areas exacerbating recruitment challenges in today's environment.
As insolvency risks loom, recruiters and employers are urged caution around signing up to risky business terms that could leave them exposed once government support ends.
Salt is doubling down on its award-winning client care program, and CEO Jacqui Barratt says quality conversations are what recruiters will be remembered for when the market turns.
Exclusive or retained sourcing has distinct advantages for all parties in recruitment, and especially during a downturn, an industry advisor says.
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