How to build trust in recruitment

A debate held in London flags up the ‘toxic’ results caused by a commission-led culture.

Clients are the ultimate regulator for the recruitment industry, as the sector’s basic business model dictates that many of those employed work for commission only, a London audience heard in a panel debate on 9 October.

Panelists and audience members argued that as a result, the multi-agency scramble for commission, stemming from clients giving a single vacancy...

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