Senior Manager at DisneyStore
27 April 2007 11:03am
Hi , a little advice if possible. I am after recommendations for the best recruitment agencies for e-commerce professionals, particularly in relation to retail, multi-channel placements. There seems to be many out there but have any of you had an outstanding experience in the quality of candidates that have been put forward to you? The location would be London for the placement.
Retired at Retired
27 April 2007 11:21am
If you want to look at alternatives to agencies you might want to look at these.
www.webrecruit.co.uk and www.easywebrecruitment.com will put your ad on dozens of general and specialist websites for a relatively modest fixed fee and do some filtering.
On the DIY front, I get fantastic results from Gumtree for 20 quid. The Job centre web site is free and surprisingly you sometimes get good candidates. The problem with Gumtree and The Job centre site is you have to filter yourself.
SEO Recruiter at BD recruitment
27 April 2007 13:59pm
I recruit for most of the top SEO companies. Please feel free to call to discuss.
Paul Lewis 08448009390
On 11:03:34 27 April 2007 billmaginn wrote:
Hi , a little advice if possible. I am after recommendations for the best recruitment agencies for e-commerce professionals, particularly in relation to retail, multi-channel placements. There seems to be many out there but have any of you had an outstanding experience in the quality of candidates that have been put forward to you? The location would be London for the placement.Cheers
Director at Beringer Tame
30 April 2007 10:30am
Please take a look at us at www.beringertame.com
We specialise in clientside e-commerce and online marketing recruitment/search, mostly at middle managment and senior management level.
Office number is 08452 606010,
e-Recruitment Consultant at EasyWebRecruitment.com
09 May 2007 15:21pm
www.easywebrecruitment.com, work with over 300 companies helping them recuce there recruitment costs and save time in the process. The UK's leading flat fee recruitment agency; no placement fees.
Website Developer at World First
30 June 2010 15:22pm
If you struggle to get good results with an agency, or find them too pricey, then you could always try an employers only job board. NoAgenciesPlease.com and NoRecruitmentAgencies.com are both pretty good examples of cheap/free employer only jobs boards. Or like an earlier post in this thread suggests, Gumtree is a good low cost solution. I'd also suggest Craigslist - it's pretty similar to gumtree and has a lot of web traffic.
Director at Just Digital
06 July 2010 11:44am
Sorry, a little late to reply on this one!. Hopefully you have seen our advertising on econsultancy amongst other places. If not, check us out at www.justsearchgroup.co.uk.
We are a client-side only, digital marketing/e-commerce recruiter, so if you have yet to find the level of quality you are looking for I am sure we can help.
Tel: 020 7492 1847
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