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Recruit CRM's Recruitment Entrepreneurs Series Ft. Greg Savage

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Recruit CRM Published on Aug 27, 2021

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Greg Savage, the Founder of four successful recruitment businesses, a trusted advisor, author of The Savage Truth, a keynote speaker and a respected voice across the globe is in the recruitment sector now for more than forty years!

Sitting on the advisory board of 15+ recruitment and HR tech companies as of now (among which he had invested in a few), Greg spilled some major secrets about the recruitment industry in our podcast.

Greg has been holding masterclasses, online trainings and webinars for people who want to make it big in the recruitment sector.

For instance, he mentions in our podcast how majority of the recruitment companies in the world (at least 80%) have less staff. This means that the owner is billing, managing and trying to train. As a result, it leads to poor training of agency recruiters, slowing down productivity and employee retention. Savage has been trying to solve this via his eclectic and highly rated training programs.

With the type of content Savage is pushing out, he says how that's just a small contribution to this sector because there are still loads of areas where agency recruiters can improve upon. Subscribe to Greg's Sixty Savage Seconds to access a range of videos on recruitment. Trust us on this, his website is a goldmine for any recruiter!

Tune into our 20th episode of Recruitment Entrepreneurs series below and hear everything about Greg Savage's journey in recruitment— from investing in the recruitment business to setting up high-quality recruitment training programs for companies.

Recruitment Entrepreneurs- Episode 20- Ft. Greg Savage

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