Brexit is opportunity to ‘embed’ with clients, says REC

Brexit can be an opportunity for recruiters to “really embed” themselves as “trusted workforce advisers with their clients”, says the CEO of the REC.

Brexit can be an opportunity for recruiters to “really embed” themselves as “trusted workforce advisers with their clients”, the CEO of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has told Recruiter.

“We think Brexit is in many ways forcing discussions in client businesses,” said Neil Carberry (above) in an interview. “How do you talk to...

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