Hiring again this year?
Hiring again this year? Reduce your recruitment spend with gatszu.com
Although the economys growth in the last three months of 2009 was lower than expected, news that the UK has finally escaped the clutches of recession was warmly welcomed by business leaders, many of whom will be looking to recruit with fresh confidence during 2010.
However, while some of Britains biggest organisations and battle-hardened SMEs will be on the hunt for new talent this year, the fallout from the media-labelled credit crunch means that most have a renewed sense of financial prudence, which is where the innovative new online recruitment marketplace, gatszu.com, can help.
In partnership with The Sunday Times HR Business Network, gatszu.com is a revolutionary online platform that connects employers looking to appoint new staff to specialist recruiters across the UK. Its completely free to post a vacancy on gatszu.com, and the website allows employers to set their own fixed fee, based on the amount they are willing to pay the recruiter who successfully places a candidate within their organisation.
The economy has hardly burst through the exit doors of recession, but the latest figures are encouraging, and here at gatszu.com we can already see confidence returning to the recruitment marketplace, said Founder and Managing Director of gatszu.com, Stuart Murray. Employers are still looking to keep costs in check, but they are gearing up for recruitment in 2010, so the opportunity to reduce their recruitment spend while getting access to a much wider pool of candidates than ever before is obviously attractive.
While the advantages of using gatszu.com for employers are clear, it also benefits the online marketplaces registered recruiters, who gain instant access to qualified vacancies without the need for cold calling, business development or acceptance onto an employers Preferred Supplier List.
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