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Wednesday 15 June 2011

Employers 'struggling to fill job vacancies'

The nation's employers are increasingly encountering difficulties with filling job positions, largely due to a wealth of unsuitable candidates and the fact that many suitable workers are reluctant to move, a new survey has found.

A poll carried out by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) found that three-quarters of organisations have reported an increase in the number of unsuitable candidates for job vacancies – a problem which could be solved by using a recruitment agency to find the best possible candidates.

Overall this year, 75 per cent of firms have encountered recruitment difficulties, citing candidates' lack of specialist or necessary skills as the main reason.

Claire McCartney, resourcing and talent planning adviser at the CIPD, said there is an "ongoing struggle" for employers to find staff with the skills and experience needed to drive their businesses forward.

It comes after a recent study carried out by Manpower showed that sales professionals are the second most in-demand workers on the planet, with their roles being the second hardest to fill, something described as "no surprise" by Rob Scott, managing director of Aaron Wallis Sales Recruitment.

He explained that, unlike the hiring of other staff, recruiting the right sales professionals requires a combination of the right spirit and attitude, along with the necessary skills, personality, working methods and experience.

Aaron Wallis are a Milton Keynes Sales Recruitment agency with a unique service offering that includes 12 months rebate. Psychometric profiling and online skills testing are also included within a fixed recruitment price.

Posted by Nikki Barrister ADNFCR-1617-ID-800580179-ADNFCR

Source: The Sales Director News

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