Thursday, 21 April 2011

good and new news for Easter

43% of public-sector employers prepared to recruit this year

A recent survey suggests that, despite the deep cuts to public finances, more than two in five public-sector employers believe it won't be necessary to reduce their permanent headcount this year, and would indeed take on further staff if the workload justified it.
The poll, conducted by accountancy and finance recruitment specialist Hewitson Walker, also found that 86% of public-sector employers believe that savings can be made by reducing the number of external consultants used.
Although none of the respondents were looking to introduce RPO/managed recruitment models this year (probably as levels of recruitment would be unlikely to warrant programmes on such a scale), one in seven (14%) did suggest that it would be necessary to drive further cost efficiencies through a review or the introduction of a preferred suppliers' list.
Thanks Ri5

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