Good recruitment is vital for every business
Cost is a key consideration in choosing a recruitment partner, but so is understanding the quality of the hire.
Interim professionals by the very nature of what they do are focused on outcomes.
It is incredibly important to vet staff when it comes to hiring decisions
Growing my professional network is incredibly important to me and is the bloodline of my business.
Whilst there are numerous technological advances throughout our industry, mistakes are made if we ignore the human element which impact on candidates and the company’s reputation.
82% of our business is from referral and recommendation.
A PSL (preferred supplier list – also referred to as a preferred supplier agreement or preferred supplied framework) can be beneficial for many businesses
The interim market swings in favour of quality interim professionals. Top interim professionals know how in demand they are, what their offering is, the value they bring to an assignment and the legacy they leave behind.
It’s important to keep abreast of what’s going on, but not be overwhelmed by it. I use a variety of methods to keep myself educated:
Most businesses will use a contingent workforce, made up of freelancers, consultants, temporary workers, and interim professionals.
How do I weed out people who want permanent roles when I am recruiting for an interim position and want professional interims?
Your recruitment partner, be that internal or external, should be your guide on this. Sometimes it is easy to identify from a CV.
This will differ from consultancy to consultancy, job to job, level of seniority of role etc.
Quite simply a Recruitment Consultant is someone who focuses specifically on recruiting and all their activities are dedicated to this process.
I could spend a very long time answering this so I’m going to focus on a few key areas which, in my opinion, are the foundation blocks of the recruitment process.
If you’ve been using a temporary agency or consultancy worker, you may decide you would like to employ them on a permanent basis.
Interim professionals charge a day rate based on their track record, experience, seniority level and the value the business will receive from that interim solution.
Depending on your experience, you may view recruitment businesses as a necessary evil or a vital part in helping to secure the right candidate for you.
How the business is marketed should be outlined at the recruitment planning stage.
I actively encourage you to reference me and anyone you engage to represent you.