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Recruitment companies are highly vulnerable to cash-flow problems and insolvencies among their client base, but how can they help mitigate this?
Recruiters have long suffered with high staff turnover. One of the reasons for this could be a lack of an effective benefits rewards programme. Find out how benefits can help you retain your top talent.
Peter Stoll, Director at Jelf and head of the recruitment insurance division, discusses the very specific issues facing the recruitment sector over the next 12 months, and how these risks might be mitigated.
As a people-focussed industry, recruitment agencies thrive from the ability to match up the right talent with the right jobs, keeping both candidates and employers happy. However, with the focus being on placements, it can be easy to forget about the fine print.
Recent changes to the IR35 legislation have been affecting freelancers, hirers and recruiters working in the public sector, with quite an impact, but more changes are afoot which could heavily impact the private sector.
High street retailers are facing a difficult time at present, and many thousands of employees may have to seek work elsewhere. So will this help the recruitment plans of employers in other sectors?
More than one-fifth (21%) of jobseekers consider group risk benefits to be a key selling point during recruitment interviews. But what benefit do these benefit schemes have for you, as the employer?
As a recruiter or umbrella company, you may feel that you have secure enough processes in place to escape fraud and dishonesty scams. But are you fully aware of the types of scams you might be facing?