The shockwaves that COVID-19 has sent through the economy continue to create high amplitude ripples that alter the operating environment. And in terms of our ‘success’ at defeating the virus, you would have to be very brave to even hazard a guess at the broad outcomes. There is still a very long way to go.
Right now, recruitment businesses need to get on with returning temps and contractors to work. However, there are some critical factors resulting from the coronavirus pandemic that agencies need to take into account.
Firstly, there is a need to understand the changes to the business environment, and what the changes mean for how companies operate. Secondly, there is a need to understand the impact of the crisis on candidates and how it might affect their thinking and outlook. Thirdly, there is the need to figure out the right approach, that enables your candidates to get back to work, safely.
With many factors and influences in play, it can seem a bit daunting trying to organise your thoughts.
Our new guide, ‘Evolutionary Change: A Recruitment Agency’s Guide to Adapting to the Business Impact of COVID-19’ has been developed especially to help agency owners and principals to organise and structure their approach. The guide helps you with:
With ETZ, recruitment agencies are better equipped to adapt to the ‘new normal’. The solution offers the outstanding capability to free agencies of the dependence on centralised office locations. By performing the critical functions of timesheet processing, invoicing and payments, the cloud platform allows back-office staff to seamlessly work from home.
When it comes to making important decisions that are likely to influence the recovery of your agency from COVID-19, you can better prepare by structuring your thinking with help from ‘Evolutionary Change: A Recruitment Agency’s Guide to Adapting to the Business Impact of COVID-19’.
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