Five lessons from Brexit for recruiters

Recruiters are terrified of Brexit, but few will actually be affected.

Instead of getting worked up, I advise companies to focus on things they can control – which actually make a big difference. Companies that follow these principles can see record-breaking growth, even in spite of economic uncertainty.

Put it in context
Think about the area or sector you serve as a recruitment business. Is Brexit really going...

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