partnership built on trust and knowledge
According to a 2017 SEEK research, 43% of the Australian workforce considered a career change within the year. The way people find new jobs varies: nearly three-quarters go online, and more than six out of ten job seekers use recruitment agencies or headhunters.
Recruitment companies’ knowledge of both sides of the labour market – candidates and employers – plays a valuable role in matching the right people with the right organisations. Specialist recruitment and HR consultants such as Randstad have an in-depth understanding of the needs of specific industry sectors and the requirements of candidates.
Randstad’s investment in targeted market research studies, combined with wide-ranging client and candidate consulting services, provides a unique 360-degree perspective on workforce and labour market trends. This extensive knowledge of the current labour market and guidance on emerging best practice includes Randstad's ‘workpocket’ HR management guide, the ‘World of Work Report’ and the annual ‘Randstad Employer Brand Research’ into Australia’s most attractive employers and trends in employer branding.
For Randstad, it goes deeper than knowledge. Trust is the bedrock of the partnerships Randstad forges with both clients and candidates. It develops and sustains this trust by taking the time to understand individual clients’ needs and each candidate’s unique capability, personality and aspiration.