Recruitment Experts You Should Follow
Every recruitment professional knows that relationships are the core of our industry. And in the current trying times we believe even more so that the power of the community will help us all emerge stronger. Thankfully, the industry is filled to the brim with knowledgeable thinkers, experts, and journalists that can help you to stay educated, up-to-date, and sane.
In the principle of helping us all, we thought we would collate as many as possible to assist anyone who needs these. We’ll update this list regularly, so if you have a suggestion for a resource that should be featured please email email@example.com and we’ll consider it for inclusion.
Who they are: The Recruitment, Consulting and Staffing Association Australia & New Zealand (RCSA) is the peak body for the recruitment and staffing industry in Australia and New Zealand.
Why follow them: They follow through with their purpose of ‘leading in the world of work’ by regularly advocating for the recruitment industry in Australia and New Zealand. The RSCA also provides relevant industry updates and news to the recruitment community via both their news platform, The Brief and vast online resources available on their website. Check them out here.
Who they are: the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) is the international trade body for the professional recruitment sector and was formed to represent and support recruitment agencies engaged in the acquisition of professional talent on behalf of their clients. APSCo Australia was registered as part of APSCo Global in 2016 and has been committed to their global agenda while operating independently ever since.
Why follow them: They are the only professional recruitment focused trade body and have international reach through their other associations in the United Kingdom, Germany and Singapore. Follow them here for the latest news.
Who they are: the NPAworldwide recruitment network connects independent recruitment agencies around the world to facilitate cooperative split fees placements. A unique model offering memberships and connections around the world.
Why follow them: The only recruiting network of its kind that gives it memberships in-depth industry knowledge across multiple sectors. See their latest news here.
Who they are: SIA (Staffing Industry Analysts) is a global advisor on recruitment and workforce solutions. They share daily news updates with their subscribers as well as original research on everything from recruitment revenue to internal staff satisfaction.
Why follow them: Following SIA is a fantastic way to stay up-to-date on global recruitment news, as they share stories from every region. Their prolific original research is a great tool for informing your business decisions or follow them here for the latest news.
The Global Recruiter
Who they are: The Global Recruiter magazine is a monthly title, providing the latest news for everyone involved in recruitment. They regularly get contributions from the leaders in the industry, industry bodies and government departments.
Why follow them: The magazine runs alongside their website, so the recruitment community can get regular updates fast. The Global Recruiter website can be found here, it’s organised by region so you can get to the news important to you with ease.
Who they are: HOXO is an inbound marketing agency committed to connecting marketing and sales teams within recruitment agencies globally. They’re on a mission to help 1,000 agencies by 2025.
Why follow them: Sean Anderson presents up to the minute commentary in his unique style and in refreshingly different format in The RAG Report on YouTube. Subscribe here.
Recruitment Journeys: The Podcast Series
Who they are: Currently in their second series, this podcast presented by Mint Recruitment gives an insight into the “recruitment journeys’ of real life recruiters.
Why follow them: Pete Watson interviews current recruiters presenting open and honest conversations. Gain an insight into the world of your fellow recruiters and learn from their successes and failures. Listen here and connect with Pete here.
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