We're approaching the halfway mark of 2018, spring is in full swing, and spring is the time that we're encouraged to take stock, check in and refresh - a spring clean if you like, in fact, it's almost summer, so you better read quickly!
You're looking for a new recruit and you're out to find the best, of course, what else would you want for your startup but the very best talent?
Envisage your company, the recruitment agency you are building and nurturing day by day with care and attention, now take away your clients - what is left? You, your offices, your very competent staff, but you have nothing to do, no work to complete and no money coming in.
Starting a business is a big step. It's a big decision to go solo or set up on your own, and it's certainly costly - or is it?
Here at New Millennia, we often discuss topics surrounding setting up your own recruitment agency, how to's, do's and don'ts and so on, to give as much honest assistance as we can to startups and small businesses. As our economy changes so swiftly, and erratically of late, the recruitment industry needs to react promptly to the economic changes we experience, for example, slow sector growth or rising and falling levels of unemployment. If you're looking to set up your own recruitment agency now, you need to know just how easy or challenging that job is going to be and what the obstacles you may have to face are likely to be.
The way in which apprenticeships are being viewed is changing, students and their parents are viewing the role of apprenticeships as a much more probable and positive route to a successful and prosperous career path. The notion of getting a university education to find good career prospects is not now the only popular one, with 42% of young people of the opinion that an apprenticeship and university degree hold equal worth and 45% of parents believing that university degrees are worth less than they used to be.