Late last year Recruiter Magazine announced its hot 100 recruitment companies. This data is collected by an independent research agency and includes key criteria of gross profit per employee.
Online PR News – 08-February-2013 – Auchenbowie, Stirling – Auchenbowie, Scotland, February 08, 2013 -- Late last year Recruiter Magazine announced its hot 100 recruitment companies. This data is collected by an independent research agency and includes key criteria of gross profit per employee.
What was also notable was that the main companies listed also embraced the quality mantra and it was evident that the passion commitment and ambition of employees within these recruitment organisations also fuelled growth. For those companies hoping to move into the illustrious top 100 in 2013 and beyond, a focus on training and development will be vital.
The report went on to highlight that those recruitment companies that grew significantly know how to leverage their intellectual assets. The rigorous measurement of gross profit or net fees per employee is an indicator of how well recruitment companies use the skills of its own people to generate profit for stakeholders.
One common theme is that the majority of the hot 100 list had also embarked on significant management training for recruitment companies, and training for recruitment consultants, to up level the skills of all employees. This being a vital ingredient for any organisation that is serious about financial growth.
Nicky Coffin of centred excellence one of the UK’s specialist training organisations for recruitment companies knows this only too well. “It was just a few short years ago that I was a director in my own recruitment company. We got to a ceiling of ten consultants and just could not seem to grow anymore. At the time we didn’t know what to do next. With the help of a coach we embarked on training and development that enabled us to almost double our profit in just over a year. When I then decided I wanted to move onto something new the difference the coach had made to our company encouraged me to learn how to do the same. Move on three years and all the time I experience that as recruitment business owners invest in themselves and their people the profits follow,” commented Nicky.
Nicky has developed a range of services designed to help recruitment business owners develop their companies through people. This includes management training for recruitment companies and one on one performance coaching. Nicky’s, Become a Great Billing Manager has a waiting list of delegates.
To find out more about Centred Excellence and their training and development programmes and products contact them direct. They can also be reached at their interactive website at www.Centredexcellence.co.uk or by email or telephone.
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