APSCo: ‘The recovery trend is clearly continuing – and it is apparent that the recruitment sector has a major part to play in that recovery’.
APSCo: ‘Without a clear and honest picture of your workforce, it will be difficult for staffing companies to identify where there are gaps or what demographics are currently under-represented’.
APSCo: ‘This data points very clearly to the ongoing value of the recruitment sector to the economy as organisations look for help to find the right skill sets’.
REC: ‘From temporary work to permanent roles, at home or at a workplace, recruiters have stepped up through the pandemic to keep the wheels of our economy turning’.
REC: ‘Economic uncertainty is weighing on employers’ minds even where they see potential for their own firm to grow, so it’s no surprise that temporary work is leading the jobs recovery’.
REC: ‘This new generation of REC leadership shares a vision of delivering market-leading business support, advocacy and compliance advice to recruitment businesses’.
CIPD: ‘The findings of this report suggest that improvements in workforce diversity have happened by accident rather than design’.
Forty-six per cent of recruitment employees feel their work-life balance is worse than a year ago.