To answer this big question, let’s first cover what is freelance recruitment which would gradually unfold why more and more intelligent recruiters are not leaving any chances to take on freelance recruitment work.
Freelance recruiters work as independent contractors acting as intermediaries / matchmakers between businesses and potential employees, finding them the best possible candidates for open jobs within the firm. The largest percentage of freelance recruiters is made up of what we would most commonly think of as head hunters.
Being recruiter is a very specialised position and to be successful you need a range of expertise, experience and knowledge. A freelance recruiter will build their business by recruiting, sourcing and screening candidates on behalf of many businesses. They will find candidates from multiple sources including; social networking sites, headhunting, recruitment portals etc. Most freelance recruiters work from home and can fit their work
Being recruiter is a very specialised position and to be successful you need a range of expertise, experience and knowledge. A freelance recruiter will build their business by recruiting, sourcing and screening candidates on behalf of many businesses. They will find candidates from multiple sources including; social networking sites, headhunting, recruitment portals etc. Most freelance recruiters work from home and can fit their work round their family life, or around their ‘day’ job.
It wasn’t that long ago that most people’s working lives revolved around a 9 to 5 office based job. In today’s increasingly mobile world more and more people are discovering the benefits of becoming freelancers. This freelance economy also known as On Demand economy has been steadily growing in recent years and is set to continue increasing through 2016. The growth in the freelance economy today is not about people looking for temp work but more experienced professionals looking for a more flexible way of working or looking to increase potential earnings by working outside of the day job.
Advances in digital technology – smart phone, apps and other forms of technology mean we can be connected to each other, around the world 24/7. They have opened up the reality of being able to work virtually anywhere in the world. All you need is a computer, access to the internet, a professional email address and an online call/video facility – like Skype is useful. This is pretty much everything you need to work as freelance recruiter from anywhere in the world & deliver resources for organisations in any country.
Here are few of many reasons why all capable & intelligent recruiters are choosing to become a freelance recruiter, including:
• Being able to choose what jobs you want to work on.
• Create your own private network of candidates.
• Keep 100% of the fee – no agency or other recruiters to split the fee with.
• Set your own hours – be in charge of what hours you work.
• An end to long commutes to the office and back each day.
• Flexibility to work from wherever you have internet success.
• Use your talents to work for yourself.
• Work the hours that fit in with your work/life balance.
If you are already a freelance recruiter then here is how to get started working with UKs biggest freelance recruitment platform, Talendrone:
You can register with us by filling in in a simple form. This will then allow you to post the CVs of your suitable candidates.
We give you the chance to upload your own CV giving details of the areas you have recruitment experience in. This allows us to closely match you with the businesses we have on our system. You can easily check the site for all our current job vacancies and upload and share your candidates’ CVs. Working with Talendrone offers you the potential to earn significant revenue.
To create a Freelance Recruiter account on Talendrone go to the Talendrone website or if you’d like more information call us on +44 (0) 208 1503 682