Recruitment companies that are unprofitable often have leaders who refuse to address underperformance as soon as it happens, according to an employee engagement and performance specialist.
Agencies generally wait between three and six months before addressing poor performance, by which time the damage has already been done, Employerbility performance specialist Kate Boorer told Shortlist. "You can quantify a recruiter as a business unit – it's very easy to tell if they are making you money or not – and the ease at which you can calculate that means you can't ignore it when it does becomes a pro…
Submitted By Simon Moss on Fri 22 Aug 2014
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