SMALL and medium-sized recruitment agencies can now “swim with the big boys” – thanks to a ground-breaking deal brokered by the Institute of Recruiters-IOR.
In a measure to help ease the burden on the recruiting sector in a difficult economic climate the IOR has responded to George Osborne’s Autumn Statement by freezing its membership fees at 2011 levels. It is further calling for other recruitment bodies to reconsider their 2013 planned fee increases.
Business development director looking to enable recruitment firms to become more profitable through intelligent real-time monitoring of KPIs.
The Institute of Recruiters, IOR was today invited to talks at 10 Downing Street, to discuss the Institute’s thoughts and concepts on how government can make it easier for small firms to employ staff for the first time.
Tech giants snap up HR Software brands – The face of recruitment is changing. See how Recruiters can future proof their careers in the evolving employment climate.
Itï¿½s never been harder being a recruiter ï¿½ everything is online ï¿½ and your clients can see it too!
One of the biggest challenges facing recruitment business owners is the attraction and selection of top talent for their own businesses.
Further to my last blog I attended the GB v Senegal game last night – although GB were dire the event was well run and the arena security polite and not overbearing.
Much has been made about the enforcement by the games organisers LOCOG of its rights (enshrined in law) to prevent “misuse” (i.e. unpaid use!) of various Olympic symbols and references. I have advised a number of clients on the rules which are surprisingly wide ranging.
History has a way of repeating itself, and this is the case with LinkedIn. That the professional network is ‘killing’ the role of the recruiter is a regularly discussed talking point within the industry.
Ever seen those training providers that promise to help you unlock the secrets to cold-calling?