Fail to plan, plan to fail

With so much uncertainty in the world, even though it’s hard to know what tomorrow may bring, that shouldn’t stop recruiters planning ahead to the year-end and beyond, says Roisin Woolnough 

If ever there was a year for which recruiters should be doing end-of-year planning, Kate Shoesmith says this is it. “Next year feels like quite a critical year to have all of your ducks in a row,” says Shoesmith, director of sales and marketing at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC). 

“It is hard to plan in the current scenario because we really...

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