Read RI’s March issue now!

Recruitment International’s March issue is available to read now, featuring all the latest insight, features and news for recruitment company CEOs and directors, RPOs, employers, and HR tech providers. Below are eight features you shouldn’t miss this month.

This month’s feature focus is all around branding and recruitment. We asked for your insight into how to go about building a strong brand, the importance of this and the challenges you should expect when building a brand. Plus, Allen Associates discuss this topic in more detail following the company’s expansion into London.

We spoke to Guy Hayward, CEO of Goodman Masson, following the company winning an RI Award for the fifth year in a row. He shares all the latest developments at the company, including its investment in an agile workforce, the opportunity video brings to the business, and the importance of its people for success.


Paralympic swimmer, Liz Johnson, set up recruitment company, The Ability People, in September 2018. The company only employs people with a disability, andis focused on supporting more disabled talent into work. Johnson talks about her recognition on the BBC 100 Women list for 2018, and the similarities between sport and recruitment.

Grahame Caswell, CEO of Search, tells us about the company’s first acquisition last year and plans for future growth in the years ahead. He also explains why the company needed to have a brand refresh and what the business does to attract and retain its top talent.

What is the number one benefit a new piece of HR tech should offer? This was the question posed to our HR tech providers this month, with them sharing their thoughts. Suggestions ranged from retention to unrivalled user experience, but what do you think is the number one thingit should offer?

This year, MorsonGroup is celebrating its 50thanniversary. Group CEO, Ged Mason, reveals what the company is doing to mark the anniversary, which includes a special focus on giving back to the local community.

Behaviours equal culture. That was one of the key findings from our first CEO Membership meeting of 2019, which was led by M&S Saatchi Transform’s Stephen Jolly and Nick Wright. Make sure you don’t become a ‘digital dad dancer’ when introducing technology to the workplace…

The Adecco Group Australia’s CEO, Rafael Moyano, shares his insights into the factorsemployers need to consider to ensure they’re supporting younger generations in the workplace. From flexible working and gender diversity to on the job training, find out what the key things millennials and Generation Z are looking for in a role today.

Plus, there’s a whole host of other features covering flexible working, technology in recruitment and embedding D&I in company culture! If you’d like to contribute a feature or get involved with our magazine, contact Becky Wilson:

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