Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Executive Search Recruiters industry has grown at a relatively strong rate since the global financial crisis. The industry rebounded after Australian businesses focused on restructuring and cost minimising to remain profitable in the post-financial crisis landscape. Businesses have increasingly outsourced recruitment to find the best employees, and executive recruitment has been no exception.
Industry clients use specialised executive search recruiters to find executive and senior management staff that can develop business strategies, achieve more with less, understand emerging markets, and drive change and efficiency processes... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
The Executive Search Recruiters industry is characterised by a low capital intensity level. Although industry participants require numerous information technology requirements, such as computers, internet connections and other communication products, labour remains the dominant industry input. Data from the industry cost structure show that in 2014-15 approximately $55.18 of labour is required per $1.00 of capital invested. Industry participants are required to have extensive experience in the industry and backgrounds in professional services of some kind. The main service provided by the industry is the ability to source and evaluate the correct client to meet job standards. Therefore, technology plays a limited role... purchase to read more