“How Far Will You Go?” Available Winter 2017


 

“How Far Will You Go?”

Economic Structures In an Industry Where Recruitment Agencies Lead; Clientele Challenge You in Ways Where One Couldn’t Have Possibly Foreseen…

Author and Reasonable Note to Readers:

How each reader chooses to exercise or apply information found in this work, or any other information that may come forth, is the essence of one’s own determination. The information presented in this work provides for the educational benefits of those seeking such knowledge based on this author’s belief. The best decisions are usually those based upon knowledge and information rather than assumption of the facts not in evidence. Therefore, it is imperative for this author to present the following statement to clarify the intent of this work. This material is made available and intended to be read for enjoyment created by this author’s expressions and opinions. All corporate, affiliate & character names in this book are fiction.

Introduction:

I began to find charismatic notions to be somewhat oblivious to many within society when it came to knowledge in recruitment agencies. In this book one may find terminology when referenced towards recruitment and/or staffing agencies to be similar terms used. These terms would be underlying source of economic shifts of how one may find value in relations that factor into unemployment rates. Whereas if it were lack thereof knowledge within recruitment agencies, it was within this realm of recruitment and clientele that appeared to mimic avoidance; problematic flaws.

However, when it came to unemployed workers trying to attain gainful employment, recruitment agencies provided idealism with a solution. A solution where the idealist (recruitment) within an industry that utilizes humanity as a trade investment and give employers solutions to opt out of undesired outcomes. Recruitment agencies are a stock in trade investment growing rapidly right in our own backyard. Like sheep in a herd, the herds get shuffled till they are no longer needed and the sheep’s final days are placed elsewhere.

Contracts through a recruitment agency for possible permanent hiring status with clientele often render contract employees with a false sense of hope. This would be due to a higher turnover in contracts not being met through honorable intention and systematically delivered to contract employees in a way that might appear to be somewhat flawed.

We’re talking about multi-billion dollar recruitment industry within staffing agencies. There are various ways to cite examples in research and statistics. In this book terminology of findings will demonstrated in layman terms. This will allow readers to clearly find reasons within themselves to further explore their own personal views per fact findings in written literature and/or statistical exploration. Financial records based on stock exchange provide documentation that is matter of public records. There one would find valuable information by researching under quarterly and annual reviews. As individualized searches begin in depths, one may find top contenders, as well performance reviews indicated in statistics.

Further research indicates where one may follow statistics under poverty and the great recent recession. Recruitment agencies have capitalized on unemployment rates, branding a new strategic era for generations to come. Recruitment strategies factor into an industry quite favorable among employers.

Employers whom choose to optimize and utilize recruitment agencies have essentially developed the ability to strategize in ways where employers can steer away from circumstances that they may find undesirable. This concept would imply measures within economic structures per profitable gains. It is under these terms within recruitment agencies as to why unemployment factors under economical shifts; why employment became more attainable.

Whereas, one might come to realization that not all things appear as what might otherwise be capitalism. Economical shifts will show how unemployment factors into unemployed workers attaining employment. Given the nature of these circumstances, recruitment agencies have been a keen interest for many following an ongoing systematic interest through past and/or recent, ongoing American recession.

Recruitment agencies have capitalized on the American economy and improved unemployment rates. Recruitment has capitalized on unemployment by laying down a new foundation that paves way for employers to lean more on the reliance of recruitment agencies to fill gaps during times employment is needed in shorter durations. High demands for contract workers have become an asset for clientele during profitable and/or increased revenues.

These economic changes will most certainly impact the Millennium generation and generations to come. However this book will allow readers to gain insight and put forth their own determinations.

Throughout this book, short stories will be embedded as part of written content to illustrate examples.

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Copyrights © Marsha Beede (2015)

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