2013-03-07 16:29:00 - This month sees the launch of a new online magazine aimed at senior recruitment professionals: Recruitment Agency Now.
Recruitment Agency Now (RA Now) has been developed to meet the business growth and development needs of UK recruitment agency professionals.
Online job board, CV-Library, is providing RA Now with a unique jobs feed supplying readers with quick links to recruitment agency vacancies from across the UK. Jobs will be available from all sectors and locations with starter positions all the way up to director vacancies. In just a few minutes the RA Now audience will be able to perform a job search and apply to a position that suits them.
With the industry set to grow faster than the rest of the economy this year, the online magazine aims to support recruitment agency owners and senior managers to set effective
business strategies and capture that growth.
RA Now’s editorial team is made up of experienced HR and Recruitment Journalist Jo Faragher, award-winning Journalist Peter Crush and published by Velvet Apple Media.
Joanna Burke, Director of Velvet Apple Media, said: “We wanted to create an online magazine that is accessible and supported by all professionals in the recruitment industry, including the key industry associations and suppliers.”
The magazine will be broken down into news, reviews, best practice, analysis of industry trends, opinion from key industry figures and the CV-Library jobs feed.
Editor Jo Faragher said: “The recruitment industry is in constant flux thanks to technological developments such as social media, and legislative changes such as the Agency Workers Regulations. We want to help senior recruitment professionals navigate these complex developments and give them the tools to grow their business.”
The new magazine will be launching very soon, watch this space: www.recruitmentagencynow.com
Written and distributed for CV-Library by Amanda le Gros.
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Notes to Editors:
Founded in September 2000 by Directors Lee Biggins and Brian Wakem, CV-Library has over 5.7 million CVs in over 70 industry sectors. The site has approximately 3,200 clients, 65,000 live vacancies and over 1.5 million monthly job applications.