Soft skills missing in many in-house teams

Soft skills are critically important for in-house recruitment teams, but often severely lacking!

Having great soft skills is increasingly important for in-house recruiters to do their job effectively, according to The FIRM’s (Forum for In-House Recruitment Managers’) 2019 Recruitment Capability and Training Survey.

The survey found that 41% of respondents ranked soft skills as ‘critically important’, but identified serious concerns about the capability of in-...

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