Graduate job hunters trying to navigate the
notoriously tricky degree-level job market may be interested to
hear that employers are starting to turn to temporary recruitment
as a way of brining in talent immediately.
The latest Badenoch & Clark Talent spotlight suggests that
employers who had previously implemented far-reaching recruitment
freezes during the height of the recession may be beginning to hire
again, by using temps.
Neil Wilson, managing director at the firm, said: "Many are finding
temp-to-perm arrangements a convenient way of bring in resource
quickly while also taking a long-term view.
"Demand for professional staff in banking and financial services
continues to grow as the sector races ahead to resource up. The
pick up in banking and financial services recruitment is being
reflected in the legal profession as well."
With the general election now scheduled for May 6th, all of the
main parties will be looking to broadcast their employment
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