If there was ever a time to get into recruitment it is now! With the Olympics just around the corner and the expansion of many businesses in the It industry, sales industry, health services,,  construction industry, arts, entertainment, sports and leisure; and administrative, organisation sectors
And the continued need for top notch sales executives, managers, skilled labourers, admin and secretarial workers, legal staff, project managers, recruitment consultants, and hundreds more positions waiting to be filled/ companies willing to pay to get them filled.

(Monster wrote)
The South West saw the biggest increase in online recruitment, largely due to increased opportunities in management and consulting. The increase was also bolstered by growth in hospitality and tourism, despite opportunities in this industry decreasing in most other UK regions. North England also grew significantly, in contrast to the decline in July. The biggest contributor to growth in both regions was craft and related workers. Northern Ireland and East Anglia declined the most as opportunities in banking, finance, insurance decreased, despite both seeing an upturn in demand for clerks.

The arts, entertainment, sports and leisure sector grew by 35 points, outstripping growth in the industry in July. Year-on-year, the industry has grown by 38 percent. Apart from Northern Ireland, all regions showed growth in this sector with the Midlands and London the main contributors.

Why do employers use recruitment agencies?
Employers will use recruitment agencies for a whole host of reasons: a last-minute opportunity, the need to avoid putting their name in the press, a low company profile, lack of sector knowledge, or they may want to contract out their recruitment activity because they do not have the staff time to manage it themselves. Most organisations do not rely on agencies to fill their graduate vacancies, unless they are: completely handing over the management of their graduate recruitment to them, the occupational sector is agency-dominated, they have a small number of highly-specialised roles available, or they need to fill vacancies quickly before an imminent start date.

Starting a recruitment company like any other type of business can be a frightening prospect however there is nothing like the freedom of owning and driving your own business,
Watching the decisions that you make and the ideas that you bring put money directly into your pocket.
And there is a great sense of satisfaction with every job filled.
Have you ever wanted to run your own company, do you think that you have what it takes to bring a new company into the arena, have you had a successful career in recruitment, do you have sales skills, do you think that you deserve better than what you are currently doing,

If you can answer yes to any of these questions then running your own recruitment company could be career choice for you,

Please contact
Steve Briscoe
[email protected]

0207 4819495


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