Running a successful recruitment business is all about acquiring and retaining customers. Yet, we often forget this. We get so obsessed with strategy, brand etc. that we often disregard the basic requirements of service. Without customer you have no business. A business built on great customer service will be profitable and having happy customers is the best asset a business can have…
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.
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.
Corporate membership has to include full individual membership for all your staff, otherwise it simply has no value to your agency, it’s worthless. Corporate membership has to involve the very people generating your revenue for it to be effective, your people need to be included and feel part of that membership.
The IOR’s qualifications are fully-accredited and underpinned by the British National Occupations Standards, we feel that they will make the perfect partner to support our training and educational mandate.
The latest pension regime is currently underway, which sees the mandatory automatic enrolment of new and existing eligible workers into pension schemes when they reach the income tax threshold.