Accountancy Staff Finding High Quality Companies Made Easier

By: Jay Edwards

Jumping jobs is not easy for most of us and finding the perfect job is something that incurs time, energy and stress so getting it right for the candidate and the company is essential and this is where specialist accountancy recruitment firms earn their fees.

The primary role of recruitment agencies is to identify loyal and career-oriented candidates for their clients. Employers also need to partner with the right calibre of job consultants to overcome their specific recruitment problems.

Forties People http://www.fortiespeople.com based in Hertfordshire and London are one such specialised recruitment agency providing the latest permanent and contract/freelance accountancy vacancies.

Candidates supplied by this specialist recruitment services are extremely capable and are keen on furthering their accountancy careers.

Forties People offer a service which offers tremendous value for employers who are looking to recruit high quality candidates and for both temporary and permanent positions and with Forties People professional and high quality service comes as standard every time.
Ensuring the right candidate is put forward to the right company is essential otherwise the objectives and culture could be very different and expectations are missed. By understanding the company, the role and the culture combined with meeting every potential candidate ensures the match is successful but years of experience has developed this skill not just a clever computer database.

Computers certainly help with tracking jobs and candidates but the real work is very manual and this also ensures communication is frequent and very personal.

Accountancy is a very skilled profession and therefore like many industries understanding the skills, experiences, software systems proficiency enables specialist recruiters to help get it right otherwise you could be trying to match a round peg in a square hole.

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