Over the last few decades, the recruitment sector has evolved. This has shaped the industry that we know today. From the platforms that recruiters use to promote jobs, the methods that they adopt to communicate with candidates and the tactics that they use to meet and satisfy client demands, the approach of recruiters has largely changed over the years and will continually evolve as they strive to provide a slicker and more premium service.
The amelioration of technology is largely responsible for this evolution, and as digital becomes more prevalent and sophisticated going forwards, greater evolution is likely to be observed. Yet, technology isn’t the sole catalyst for this evolution. The latest generation of workers has started to filter into the workforce, bringing a wealth of demands and expectations with them, both in terms of what they want from the hiring process and employment in general. But, in the eyes of recruiters, what are some of the biggest changes that consultants have observed in the industry over the years? Recruitment Grapevine spoke to some of the industry’s leading professionals to find out…
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