We may not always be in agreement with someone who claims that his or her job is a very hard one; but I am sure such a claim by a recruiter will generally pass unchallenged. After all, look at all that is involved in recruiting – starting with tracking vacant positions, creating appropriate job descriptions, finding talent pipelines, screening the candidates, verifying their credentials and getting the candidate on board – trained and ready to fit into the company and its culture. Only, it is not about one candidate or one job; it is an ongoing and never-ending effort.
As companies turn increasingly to hiring contingent workers, it becomes an organizational imperative to set effective processes for recruiting good quality contingent workers.
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