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The More Recruiting Changes, The More It Stays The Same.

Recruiting Daily

And so it goes in recruiting, too. And we continue to talk about the exact same things in an endless cycle of recognizing the problem, but failing to find any real solution. The mechanisms of hiring really haven’t changed all that much over the course of history – of course, entrapment and enslavement had a much higher acceptance rate than most modern comp and benefits plans, but with way worse employee engagement and satisfaction. Recruiting Doesn’t Change.

Contingent Search - Still A Very Flawed Industry

Recruiting Blogs

I just refuse to believe, or even understand, why staffing firms and their customers still bang their heads against this rock, both complicit in the madness. At a time when the contemporary staffing business was coming into vogue (80's) things were different, right? Smaller companies just follow along because it's common knowledge that staffing firms will work for free. Meanwhile, the account manager communicates the need to one or more recruiters with a sense of urgency.