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Opportunities and Challenges post the GFC and in preparation for environmental changes

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 6:25pm Monday 06 September 2010    Print Article

One of the most talked about topics among recruiters since the RCSA Conference last week has been Matthew Tukaki's presentation titled "Opportunities and Challenges post the GFC and in preparation for environmental changes".

For those who missed his presentation, you can read the Shortlist article titled "Recruitment industry facing new competition from all sides" and also enjoy his presentation slides below.

One of my favorite quotes from Matthew was "job boards and other vendors that enabled employers to take care of their staffing themselves meant recruiters faced an uphill battle to convince clients of the industry’s unique sales proposition all over again". We will see this become more evident with both SEEK and CareerOne releasing candidate resume databases and applicant matching tools.




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