o free up time to capitalise on an expected hiring boom.
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation and KPMG revealed this week that there have been "marked increases" in both permanent and temporary staff opportunities and placements.
According to Cheryl Morgan, spokesperson for online recruitment site Jobsite, this trend is likely to continue well into the future.
She said: "Given how hard the recession hit, it's perhaps unsurprising that the return to recruiting for many companies is cautious but it's likely that vacancies will continue to rise at a steady rate over the coming months."
Ms Morgan went on to advice companies to "track the effectiveness of their different recruitment methods" and keep an eye on where the most relevant applications come from.
Back office services, such as invoices and payroll management, can be passed on to dedicated agencies specialising on outsourcing.…
The candidate gives me their answer and we continue on with the data sheet. When I get down to the section on counter offer I ask them point blank "Have you spoke to your current boss about the issues that are causing you to look for a new job? It is a pretty straight forward question either they have or they have not. If they say they have I ask them what was the outcome of the conversation and if they have not I ask them why they have not and depending on their answer I than ask would they be willing to do that before we continue any further? If they say no then I tell them that I can not continue to help them as I don't feel that they are truly committed to accepting another opportunity at this time. Yes, you can continue to ask and get the answer that you want to hear but if they are not truly committed to accepting another offer there is nothing that you can do except know that you ask all the right questions and did not leave anything to chance or I hope they take it.…