Submitted by sshames on Fri, 08/07/2011 - 14:38
Recruitment agencies are responsible for selecting and providing temporary agency workers that are the most appropriate candidates for the job.
Organisations need to involve all relevant departments when determining which recruitment agencies will appear on their panel list of preferred agencies rather than the head office being the sole decision maker. Detailed input from operations, procurement, finance and HR will all need to be obtained when considering which agencies are best placed to supply agency labour.
Submitted by sshames on Wed, 06/07/2011 - 13:43
As businesses strive to become leaner and fitter, more and more emphasis is being placed on recruitment agency management. Site specific operations, skill-set requirements, market and geographical dynamics are just some of the many elements to consider during the management of recruitment agencies. de Poel empowers organisations with where, how and why workers are being allocated, resulting in maximised existing resource and operational effectiveness as well efficient future budgeting.
Submitted by sshames on Mon, 04/07/2011 - 10:21
de Poel also cater for large firms who use a large amount of temporary agency workers to supplement their workforce in response to seasonal and market shifts. Despite regularly planning for taking on extra staff to cope with increased demand firms still incur extra avoidable costs through additional administration, legal compliance and supplier performance costs.
Submitted by admin on Wed, 23/03/2011 - 16:54
The UK's recruitment industry has fluctuated over the past 12 months adjusting to the economic turmoil that hit all industries and organisations large and small. The industry has grown significantly since the 1990's, so too has the varying recruitment solutions that emerged to adapt with the changing needs of organisations and their HR functions. Although it supports a large number of companies, the recruitment industry remains a highly fragmented marketplace, with high staff turnover.
Submitted by admin on Wed, 23/02/2011 - 16:58
Organisations' approach to resourcing is being affected by the present economic climate, most fundamentally by the supply and demand of labour. Most employers are experiencing changes to their resourcing budget and have to think more creatively about how to deal with the current resourcing challenges. A recent CIPD survey wanted to find out about organisations' views of the employment market and the respective changes they are making to their resourcing activities.