Why do recruitment consultants move in-house?

See what the participants in our recent round table thought when they were asked why recruitment consultants want to move into in-house resourcing roles.  Is it because they want to be in HR? Are they trying to legitimise their careers?  An interesting discussion ensued between Chris Herrmannsen, Executive Vice President at Cielo; Adrian Kinnersley and Paul Marsden  of Twenty Recruitment and  Gary Watson of Investigo. The round table brought together a number of recruitment industry heads to talk  about themes that included globalisation, RPO, in house resourcing and technology. The results have been brought together in a white paper – for your free copy simply leave a comment below.


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2 thoughts on “Why do recruitment consultants move in-house?”

  1. I feel uncomfortable about Recruitment companies moving into NHS hospitals it creates a monopoly – i could not get into supply as they took over my biggest contract and when i applied to supply on the LAP which i was part of i was told no – so good old Pulse run the recruitment in many of our London hospitals and so poorly that hospitals go off plan to recruit

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