Recruitment forerunner changing its approaches to fit a shrinking world

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 30 Apr 2012   Posted by admin


THE Hatfield Recruitment point of difference is its experience and strong reputation in the market place, which it stated could not be imitated and must be earned.
With locations in Perth and London, Hatfield has been established for nearly 30 years; specialising in civil and mining industry professional appointments. The company’s experience – from the coal face through to the board room – has forged its reputation for producing unparalleled results for new and long-term clients.
Hatfield has adopted an international approach to talent identification and selection in response to the tightness of the local market.
Hatfield director Glenn Swift said the world was “shrinking”, and therefore changing the fundamentals of recruitment.
He said this had come about as a result of increased globalisation, the evolution and adoption of new technologies, and the rapid speed of this change: influencing the way organisations were planning for their current and future people needs.
“The barriers to an international approach have lowered, and simple economics will demand we look past our backyards to ensure the best people are identified and recruited into today’s increasingly knowledge-based organisations,” Mr Swift said.


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