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Recruiters need to harness the opportunities of globalisation if they are to attract the best talent for themselves. That’s the opinion of Aisling Tighe, Managing Director of Perriam and Everett which places recruiters, in house recruiters and head-hunters worldwide

“We live in a shrinking world, where thanks to rapid advances in travel and communications, organisations of all sizes can operate in global markets and while a shortage of skilled consultants is endemic throughout the industry, there is a definite appetite for overseas secondments” says Tighe. “A recent survey from Kelly Services for instance stated that two thirds of UK workers would consider moving country for work and we are certainly seeing a real increase in demand for recruitment consultants across the globe.”

“The severity of skill shortages in a number of niche areas has meant that many organisations now search globally for talent and recruiters need to replicate that model and recognise that the world is now one global marketplace them if they are going to avoid being left behind.”

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