Quality not quantity: Putting relationships back into recruitment

Before smartphones and laptops, the most important item in a recruiter’s arsenal was their little black book.

These small but powerful lists of names were the result of hard work and hours spent networking with clients and candidates to build meaningful relationships. However, the rise of technology and increased competition has caused many agencies to overlook this personal approach in favour of focusing on the size of their database rather than the quality of their contacts....

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