Mental health support could reduce high attrition rates in recruitment

Recruitment needs to get to grips with mental health issues in the industry.

A survey carried out by global executive recruiter CSG has found that mental health issues are a significant problem within UK recruitment agencies.

According to the survey of 114 managers and consultants in 14 agencies, 74% of recruiters have suffered a mental health issue in the last year, with 59% saying...

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