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Attracting Talent in Today's Permanent Recruitment Sector

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If a candidate goes through your hiring and recruiting process and seems to be a perfect for for the company's culture - offering them the job is typically the next option, right? After spending all that time, effort and resource having a candidate turn down an offer can be pretty disappointing. 

There are a variety of reasons why a candidate might turn down your job offer. The most common being they accepted a job offer from a different company. Perhaps that company offers a salary and benefits package that is outside your current salary structure. However, if candidates are repeatedly rejecting your offers, you might want to consider this as being a learning opportunity as to why this is happening.

Candidate declination in the permanent recruitment sector 

With the CIPD reporting 41% of employers stating that it has become harder to fill vacancies during the past year and with 33% also stating that it has become more difficult to retain staff, what should organisations be doing to attract and maintain a permanent workforce?

What should you do to attract and maintain your permanent workforce?

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Redline offer knowledge-led, tailor-made recruitment programmes to suit clients’ specific needs. We adopt a ‘partnership’ approach to ensure a detailed understanding of clients’ objectives and requirements. If you'd like to understand how to implement strategies to implement strategies to improve you offer to acceptance ratios, or more general information regarding how we can help, please contact David Collins on 01582 878804 or email