Keeping recruiters motivated and productive throughout the summer

Recruitment is stressful and it can be especially challenging to stay focused throughout the summer months, as Jo Sellick explains.

The rise in annual leave, lengthy school holidays and the unpredictable British summer can cause absences – both approved and unexplained – to soar, which can reduce productivity and cause problems for recruitment businesses that aren’t prepared.

First and foremost, you need to be realistic and work with your employees to ensure key performance indicators (KPIs)...

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