Let’s face it, recruiting is one of the toughest jobs out there. I’m sure you’ve experienced this first-hand. Whether you’ve been a recruiter yourself or you’ve been in staffing long enough to know the ropes…there is no doubt that recruiting is a stressful, round-the-clock, no-days-off kind of role. But does it have to be?
Some old-school staffing folks might argue, “It’s what separates the good recruiters from the bad and allows the best of the best to rise to the top!” But as new, innovative technologies continue to come on the scene and young people begin to enter the workforce – it might be time to take a look at your internal team and how your processes are impacting them.
There is obviously an infinite number of reasons why a recruiter might choose to leave your agency, but after talking to hundreds of firms and spending countless hours in the trenches with people in this role, we’ve distilled it down to three key challenges that are likely causing a majority of your turnover:
1. Demands of the Job
Recruiters are often the type of people who thrive under immense pressure, but even people who love that environment need a day