Since its inception in 2006 as an alternative low cost recruitment provider for SMEs, RecruitmentRevolution.com has launched a new look website to more clearly communicate its unique proposition in a growing low cost market.
Director Anna Taylor comments - “When we started the company 3 years ago our objective was to introduce a system where companies could receive the benefits of a managed approach but without the hefty consultancy fees: instead, they pay a low and capped fee once they have successfully secured their new recruit.”
RecruitmentRevolution.com provides its clients, which include some of the country’s leading household brands and SMEs, with a fully managed service by combining a personal service (the human-touch) with an efficient and easy online management system.
Taylor also comments - “Whilst we operate a fixed recruitment fee we are very keen to ensure that the RecruitmentRevolution.com brand is firmly positioned away from the ever increasing brochure websites offering to fill your vacancy for a few hundred pounds. We don’t sell job board promotion to our clients with a promise to list their vacancy on 200 job boards then simply send CVs across the internet. That’s not what we do. Instead, our clients buy into our expertise: we have the tools to source who they are looking for and they know that they only incur a low fee once we have delivered and they find their new recruit. Furthermore candidates are kept in the loop and understand who we are and where we fit into the mix as our systems have been designed to offer a courteous service to job seekers rather than simply distributing their CV.
In this climate when budgets are limited, we urge companies to act vigilantly when choosing a new supplier, our only advice would be to shop wisely and use a trusted and established solution. With RecruitmentRevolution.com you will experience low cost recruitment at its best: No upfront costs, “Money Back” promises, or job credits needed - We Keep it Simple – No upfront costs, just £575 upon successfully securing your new recruit.”