Temps are becoming more and more responsible for keeping
businesses afloat in the current economic downturn. Whether businesses require an extra pair of hands to cover busy holiday periods or managers are reluctant to recruit permanent staff, temps have become indispensable to companies around the country.
Posted on 22nd December 2008 in Recruitment.
A LEADING multi-national company has been singing the praises of one of the UK’s top recording studios, after it helped get their staff working in harmony. International recruitment company Labour Ready, which has more than 900 branches worldwide, called on Orchard Studios, at Cheshire, to help build team moral after an overhaul of its UK business.
Posted on 28th August 2008 in Recruitment.
The vast majority of British organisations (86%) are still having trouble filling vacancies in spite of talk of an economic slowdown according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s (CIPD) annual Recruitment, Retention and Turnover Survey.
Posted on 23rd May 2008 in Recruitment.
Businesses should give their employees the chance to be intrapreneurial to deal with staff retention issues and drive business growth, according to Orange and the Make Your Mark campaign.
A survey of 523 UK small businesses conducted for Enterprise Week 2007 revealed that 77 per cent have difficulty recruiting enterprising people and more than one in three consider it to be a major problem.
Posted on 19th November 2007 in Recruitment.
Recruiting the right sales person to sell and represent your company in the market place can be a very challenging and demanding experience for any organisation.
In addition there are some real tangible costs that can be incurred if you select the wrong sales person as I’m sure we have all experienced at some time or another; some of these costs are as follows:
Posted on 13th November 2007 in Recruitment.
With April almost upon us many employers and managers will be re-evaluating their budgets in respect of manpower requirements for the coming year. For many companies January is one of the busiest times for new starters, but what options does the H.R. or Manager have when it comes to finding new recruits? Former business consultant […]
Posted on 16th March 2007 in Recruitment.
By James Osborne About 12 months ago we were doing some HR consultancy and strategy development work with a medium-sized company in London, when the owner called us into his office and asked, “James, what do we need to do to be successful? I mean, really successful?” Their products and services they sold were popular […]
Posted on 19th February 2007 in Recruitment.