Why contractors make great business sense.
Contractors are great, aren’t they? They swoop in to save your projects like a superhero responding to the claxon call of distress (only without the cape) – which makes them pretty much invaluable in today’s dizzying, ever-changing economy.
Okay, it’s not always quite that dramatic. But from what we’ve witnessed in our many, many, many years of experience in the colourful world of recruitment, contractors really are the saviours of modern-day business.
Why? Because adapting is surviving. And contractors are the most adaptive workers you’ll ever come across.
See, we told you they were great, didn’t we? And because we’ve got the best contractors on our books, from more sectors than you can shake a stick at (we really don’t know where that saying comes from), we can hook you up with the absolute best for your business.
A job interview is the most important step in the recruitment process, and you’ll want to create a positive
interview experience for all candidates, whether or not they are successful. A recent LinkedIn survey found that
83 per cent of candidates would change their mind about a role due to an unsatisfactory interview, while 87 per
cent of candidates reported that a positive interview experience would make them more likely to accept the job.
If you’re recruiting staff, you might think that the coronavirus pandemic has totally ruined your onboarding procedure, now that everyone’s working from home. Yes, you’ve got to adapt, but you can still onboard new staff effectively without ever meeting your new recruit in person.