The Changing Face Of Recruitment

There's no doubt that recruitment is changing. More and more people are graduating from British universities; twenty years ago, around one in six 18 year-olds went into higher education; the figure now is over 40%, many of whom study vocational courses at college. Allied to this, there have been widespread changes in the nature of employment, due to increasing globalisation, the growing importance of information technology, and the increasing tendency of companies to take advantage of lower wage costs outside Europe and the developed world. These developments mean that employers are now looking, more than ever, for adaptable people to fit into an ever-changing and sometimes uncertain market, with a range of skills to reflect the challenges they will face once in their new jobs; in short, they are looking for quality candidates who will add value to their business, rather than quantity of applicants.

The changing face of recruitment therefore poses challenges for employers and candidates alike, and increasingly, companies both big and small are looking to specialist recruitment partners to service their recruitment needs and help take some of the guesswork out of recruitment. There are many UK recruiting firms which have decades of experience in placing candidates in fields of employment including Aviation, Aerospace, and Defence ? sectors where companies' needs and the qualifications required by candidates, change faster than almost anywhere else. The changing face of recruitment means that employers are placing more and more demands on prospective employees, requiring specialist qualifications and ongoing professional development as a condition of employment. These recruiters offer the best training solutions in the business with extensive training sessions, meeting all the latest training needs in a variety of topics to ensure that candidates and contractors are up to date with the most recent developments in their chosen field. As a result, UK recruiting candidates are acknowledged throughout the world of engineering as top quality people with the expertise to match.

Market leaders as diverse as Balfour Beatty, Network Rail, Rolls Royce, and Airbus use our services. But, your relationship with these agencies does not end when you are placed with one of our many prominent clients. Many of these UK agencies offer continuing support and training to ensure that you remain up to date with the latest training and accreditation. Engineering is a fast-changing field, and it is those who are flexible and quick to adapt to this reality that stand to benefit most. Don't get left behind.

Wynnwith are a specialist engineering recruitment agency based in Woking, England. They provide a wide range of recruitment and managed services which include rail recruitment, aviation recruitment and defence recruitment solutions.

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