Who have you got on your books?

Marr, Hamish
May 2012
FMCG;May2012, p15
Trade Publication
The article offers the author's opinion on recruiters with the who have you got on your books mentality when searching for managers. The author is critical on recruiters having this mentality because they often brief candidates quickly. He states that the approach is flawed because often the candidates have either been sacked, made redundant or resigned. He also outlines the approach of OCG Consulting Ltd. when recruiting for managers within the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry.


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