London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/20/2015 -- According to recent results released by Q2, a body working with the public sector, 61% of member consultancies have expressed that they expect staff recruitment to increase during this quarter of the year. Furthermore, of those involved in the business survey, 57% expect the UK economy to improve over the next 12 months. These could be considered highly positive statistics for the world of recruitment – highlighting a ready market, and optimism about the economy.
In turn, this could be part of wider investment and interest in the recruitment process. Attitudes appear more positive towards the economic circumstances after all, suggested by the statistics, as following the economic downturn many businesses are now booming and there is real competition to hire. This means that businesses are looking for the best, most skilled personnel, in order to continue with growth and allocate people to the best roles. With the continued high achievement of UK university education, and growing number of highly qualified graduates – the recruitment process is both necessary and expanding in itself. As so many are involved however, it really serves to have a recruitment process in place that contends with other businesses who are also seeking to hire.
GSR2R are a key rec to rec company, working from a strong London base. They appreciate the importance of the recruitment process and its changing role in an increasingly diverse economy and jobs market. They are also frequent commentators on industry news and a spokesperson had this to say.
"The optimism expressed in the figures regarding recruitment is very welcome," A spokesperson said "As the taking on of new staff means new opportunities for all involved. An essential part of keeping this optimism maintained is if the recruitment process is as efficient as it can be, with people put to the full use of their talents and skills where it matters. At GSR2R we take pride in connecting the appropriate clients and companies, for an efficient recruiting process all round."
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