The View: What will recruitment look like in 20 years?

Neil Carberry full Resolution June 2018

Here’s a question to ponder, says Neil Carberry, REC chief executive: what will recruitment look like in 20 years?  

Changes in how we work will mean recruiters adapting what we do. More flexibility will be essential, whether we’re working towards securing a candidate their dream job or supporting clients to find the right people for their business to grow.

There is likely to be no one dominant pattern to how people work, and helping companies to explore the possibilities with...

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