Hiring & Building Recruiter Capability

Recruiting is a time-consuming and often complex process, and sadly traditionally as in-house recruitment has been slow to be recognised as a profession the training available to recruiters has been centered either on ‘HR generalist’ training on TA related employment law & interview skills,  or on ‘agency’ training in how to do sales and manage clients.

The role of a professional in-house recruiter requires a special blend of skills and capabilities.

In this guide we will work through how recruitment hasevolved, types of recruiters you can find on the market, and what makes a capable recruiter.


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