Developing a Blended Business

Developing a Blended Business.

by Howard Greenwood, 12th May 2021

Developing a Blended Business

We have been forecasting for over a year that the Temp & Contract market would recover the quickest from the Pandemic, but no one truly expected the Permanent job market to take off as it has done so quickly.

This month the number of jobs advertised has actually surpassed pre-Covid levels, and with the Bank of England stating that the next 12 months will see the biggest economic growth in any 12 month period since the Second World War, and further, by December, GDP will be back at the same level to pre-first lockdown, can you afford not to be running a blended business?

So the questions are:- Are you a Perm business and ignoring Temp or Contract opportunities? Are you a Temp or Contract Interim business not seizing Permanent roles? Or are you a business doing both but not sure what to leverage? The present and future recruitment market is prime to create a robust blended business, and this week the Jump team will be discussing the pros and cons of developing both elements covering the following topics:-

To dual desk, or not?
How to maximise your candidate database?
The cost of the opportunities lost to your business, in the short and long term?
The difference between selling Temp and Contract versus selling Perm?
The advantages of running a blended business!
What do you need to in place to ensure your services levels are beyond reproach?
The long term opportunities and value of developing a blended business, not least when you consider selling it

 

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