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How to Stop 2/3 of Your Recruiters from Quitting

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​Recruitment leaders and recruitment trainers! You want and need your recruiters to be more successful. You need them to bill more. You need them to use your data and your systems and deliver “your way”.

Plus, we bet you’d love to save £100,000 a year by training your staff effectively!

We joined forces with APSCo to show you how in our latest webinar...

Is Your Recruitment Training Working?

The stats around recruiter attrition (25%+), reasons for people quitting their jobs (2/3 due to lack of training) and how much it costs to replace a recruiter (£10k per person) are not great reading – and ironically have the answer within themselves.

We ran this webinar for recruiters looking to improve their staff retention and staff development strategy.

You want to:

  • Train staff to prevent them from quitting.

  • Get them to use the systems you’re blowing your profit on.

  • Understand why recruiters stay in a business, and why they leave

  • Recognise how your recruiters learn

  • Discover what recruitment businesses can do to ensure that the training they’ve paid for sticks.

  • Find out the benefits of online learning.

I discussed why simply buying recruitment training courses will not make the difference you need to ensure your staff are happy and effective. And I covered how you can be in control of what your recruiters learn and how they can deliver “your way”.

And if, as a recruitment leader, you are looking to hire more recruiters, as well as retain those you already have, this webinar touched on some great ideas to help you with your own recruitment strategy.

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