Posts Tagged ‘Future of recruitment’

You won’t believe the disruption the legal recruitment sector is facing!

Two years ago I posted a blog under the title Soft free kicks in the media continue for ‘internet recruitment entrepreneurs’ in which I bemoaned the incredibly soft journalism being offered up by the ‘broadsheet’ media with respect to the reporting of supposed technology-based recruitment disruptors. Last week they were back to their old habits when…

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The recruitment industry: Where to now?

In the past two weeks I have shared data about the recruitment industry globally, that Barry Asin, the President of Staffing Industry Analysts discussed at    last month’s RCSA International Conference, under the two categories of The Industry Today (Global staffing industry sales top $400 billion) and Success in the Near-term (Globalisation, technology and outsourcing drive recruitment trends). In the final…

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Recruiters’ role critical in powering Australia’s future prosperity: Deloitte

I’ve just finished reading Deloitte’s Positioning for prosperity? Catching the next wave report, the third paper in their Building the Lucky Country series. This report includes the actions that businesses and governments can take to position their organisations, – and ultimately, Australia – for prosperity.     It also introduces the full “Deloitte Growth 25”.…

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Qualitative data: The profitable future for the recruitment industry

I have reflected further on the two recruitment conferences that I attended late last month. The thoughts I documented straight after the conference were about the direct threat that I saw being posed to the traditional recruitment agency business model (last week’s blog was an analysis of the downfall of one of those traditional agency businesses, HJB, that…

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