This service evaluation process details the steps that recruitment agencies should take to measure the service delivered to both clients and candidates. The text focuses on three key performance areas: Clients evaluating the service provided by individual workers Clients evaluating the service provided by the agency Candidates evaluating the service provided by the agency This […]
Detailed text to support recruitment agencies with tender questions relating to candidate attraction, candidate sourcing and building candidate databases or talent pools. This document details 14 different methods that agencies use to attract candidates for a range of roles at different levels and in different sectors. The text is written to enable it to be […]
Detailed breakdown of the best practice recruitment process steps that recruitment agencies use when recruiting temporary workers, contractors, permanent candidates and conducting an executive recruitment campaign. The process details all of the key steps in a compliant and good practice recruitment process and is compliant with NHS minimum requirements as well as UK legislation including: […]
This document download will help recruitment agencies with tender questions about the transfer of temporary workers (including TUPE) or “transitioning” as it is referred to by some companies. It includes information about TUPE, a sample transfer project plan, the steps to transitioning, risks and contingencies for transfers and a TUPE checklist.
A robust template applicable to all recruitment sectors and categories of staff provision. The sample Service Level Agreement (SLA) comes complete with details of typical Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for temporary workers / contractors and permanent staffing services. It also comes with supporting information to help recruitment agencies to answer a broad range of recruitment tender questions relating to service levels and performance.
This template underpins the implementation of Business Continuity procedures and should tie in with your recruitment agency’s Disaster Recovery plan. It contains a detailed breakdown of how your business identifies and assesses those risks most associated with recruitment agencies / recruitment businesses, and the contingency measures and preventative actions you have in place to mitigate each known risk.
The quality of case studies can often be the deciding factor between winning and losing a tender – in fact I would go as far as to say that case studies and providing evidence to demonstrate your competence and experience are the single most important elements of a winning recruitment tender! This document shows you how to write impactful case studies and provides 2 examples.
Contract implementation process and project plan template providing a detailed breakdown of each stage that a recruitment agency will need to go through in order to implement a new contract. This comes with a project plan Gantt chart for permanent and temporary recruitment.