Are you a professional who works in the recruitment industry for a recruitment agency or search firm? If so, we would love to hear from you!
We are conducting a new survey on the Australian recruitment market place. We are asking professionals to take part, so we can discover what’s most important to recruiters and agencies in the year ahead. We want to hear your opinion on the current recruitment landscape: your challenges, opportunities, goals, predictions, and more!
Some of the questions we’ll be asking are:
- What do recruitment pros say are the top priorities and challenges they’ll face in the coming year?
- How are agencies creating exceptional candidate experiences, serving clients and managing performance?
- What are agencies doing to prepare for what’s ahead in recruitment and technology?
We will use these insights to identify the most significant developing trends for the coming year in Australia – so you can have more insight into the current state of the industry.
If you take part in the survey, we are happy to share the results with you.
We also have a candidate survey being conducted in January too (please share). This includes a competition element, and again, if you complete the survey we can share the results with you.
Rachel Hill – The Recruitment Auditor
Hill Consulting HRS
Please click below to get involved and complete the Recruiter survey!
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Hill Consulting HRS is specialist HR business advisory service and rapidly becoming a think tank for innovative ways and new HR Tech to use to recruit and improve hiring practices for major corporations. In 2017 we’ve had the pleasure of working with clients such as BHP, Australia Post, Australia Unity plus Hydro Tasmania and Momentum Energy on their strategies and reviewing and improving processes and efficiency.
About the Author
Rachel Hill is the founder and managing director of Hill Consulting HRS. She is a Management Consultant and business advisor, specialising in recruitment process improvement.
With over 25 years of experience working nationally and internationally in the recruitment space, Rachel is now based in Australia and advises large organisations on their recruitment process, people and technology. She is a recognised expert at ultimately improving culture, engagement and profitability through better hiring practices.
Rachel has a unique ability to pinpoint an organisation’s ‘blind spots’, providing insights on current practices and helping them back to good recruitment health and best practice with a practical approach and road map for change. Rachel is passionate about people and HR automation. She believes in great candidate experiences, and knows that good recruitment ultimate impacts the organisation’s bottom line.
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