The Future of Recruitment

A recruiters worth is in creating networks (image courtesy of thetaxhaven, flickr)

A recruiter’s worth is in creating networks (image courtesy of thetaxhaven, flickr)

What is the future for recruiters? Listen to Greg Savage as he talks about the shifts in the recruitment business and what he foresees the future to be.

In this webinar, Savage tells about:

  • What corporations are actually paying recruiters to do
  • How recruiters will be bypassed if shifts are not made to how recruiters conduct business
  • The death of job boards
  • And what recruiters must do to remain relevant and competitive

Watch the recorded webinar here.

Greg Savage has a recruitment career that spans over 30 years. He founded Recruitment Solutions in 1987 and rapidly built the start-up across Australia and New Zealand, culminating in eight offices, 200 staff, and annual sales of $60,000,000. In July 1998, the company was successfully listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, with Greg at its helm as both Executive Director and COO.

In April 2001, Greg joined Aquent as Asia-Pacific CEO and by 2005, he was promoted to Aquent International CEO, and assumed responsibility for all Aquent businesses outside of North America, which then comprised of over 25 offices across Europe, the United Kingdom, India, South East Asia, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

In 2010 Greg acquired the Permanent and Search business of Aquent in Europe, Asia and Australasia, via a management buy-out, and founded Firebrand Talent Search. He quickly created a global brand for this specialist Digital and Marketing recruiter, and successfully sold the business, in 7 countries, in January 2013.

Find out more about Greg Savage here.

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