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Recruitment consultants: the good and the bad

 
#1 Recruitment consultants: the good and the bad
13/12/2006 19:07

Kaka

A bit of a survey, please contribute

GOOD - Ajilon

BAD - ESR

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#2 RE: Recruitment consultants: the good and the bad
14/12/2006 12:01

Bryan Hickson to Kaka (#1)

Thanks for the recruitment consultancy survey thread. However, we would like to keep all specific feedback on individual firms in one place and would ask that you reserve these specific comments/gradings for the annual poll: http://www.top-consultant.com/rc_questionnaire_2006-7.asp Thanks - Bryan.

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#3 RE: Recruitment consultants: the good and the bad
14/12/2006 12:23

Crabbit to Bryan Hickson (#2)

..a decision which has nothing to do offending your advertisers, of course!

Curious that people are allowed to criticise the consulting firms themselves, but not the agencies?

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#4 RE: Recruitment consultants: the good and the bad
14/12/2006 13:34

Musicalnotes to Kaka (#1)

Kaka, you must work at Ajilon to say they are good - look at other threads here and you will see they are not held in high regard.

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#5 RE: Recruitment consultants: the good and the bad
14/12/2006 14:52

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com) to Crabbit (#3)

Crabbit - the very fact that we allow a lot of negative comments to be posted about our advertisers I hope would prove that this is an open forum and that we encourage open debate.

Bryan's point is simply that our annual reader survey is taking place right now and in that we do ask readers to name and shame the worst recruiters and to praise the best. This produces a much more coherent and useful output than a few ranting forum posts. You can contribute (and slate firms) at:

<a href=http://www.top-consultant.com/rc_questionnaire_2006-7.asp>http://www.top-consultant.com/rc_questionnaire_2006-7.asp</a>

But of course if you just want to get something off your chest then the forum is always here.

Tony

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