Unravelling the UK Recruitment Industry

Where companies find their perfect professional

Why Welfound?

A 2018 Bullhorn study revealed that talent shortage was the number one ranked challenge in the UK recruitment industry. That same study found that candidate referrals were recruitment agencies’ best source of quality talent. This is not a new revelation, but it does beg the question – why pay exorbitant recruitment fees when it’s the Accounting and Finance professionals themselves who have the best networks?

 

Professionals from Australia and New Zealand have been coming to London for many decades. They have proved to be a valuable resource within the Accounting and Finance industry, having both a similar skillset to their British counterparts as well as a strong work ethic. Welfound is building a community of professionals, who will have the ability to refer each other directly to your roles.  

Challenging the recruitment norm to help you build a team

How Welfound Works?

Welfound is a recruitment referral platform that facilitates a better and more transparent experience for both companies and candidates.

 

Welfound’s community of Accounting and Finance professionals will have the ability to refer colleagues and friends they believe are suited to roles within your company. This means that the job of finding the best possible candidates is put in the hands of industry professionals. The community are held accountable for their referrals by a rating system, ensuring you only receive the most relevant candidates.

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What’s in it for you?

More Efficient Recruitment

Referred candidates are 55% faster to hire and are retained at 40% after 2 years in comparison to 20% when hired through a career site (Source: FirstBird, HR technologist)). On top of that, once you’ve found the best person you want to hire, referred candidates are more likely to accept your job offer by up to 6.6%(Source: Glassdoor) .

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