Laing & Buisson launches new recruitment service


Posted on August 19th, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

Caring Times, September 2012

Healthcare market intelligence provider Laing & Buisson has formed a joint venture with specialist healthcare recruiter James Rumfitt to create Laing & Buisson Recruitment.

Drawing upon both parties’ extensive knowledge of UK healthcare, the new company will provide search and selection recruitment services for senior management and main board roles. In addition a full range of talent management, tracking and evaluation services will be offered.

Making the announcement, Laing & Buisson chief executive William Laing said: “James’ strategic insight and the company’s unique market knowledge will deliver superior results. At a time of unprecedented change in healthcare this new venture has the ability to deliver the best possible leaders for healthcare now and identify and deliver the next generation.”

Commenting on the new venture, James said: “Too often head-hunting is seen as a ‘black art’ from which both the clients and the candidates are excluded. Laing & Buisson Recruitment is different – it is an inclusive, open and clear minded organisation where processes, strategies and goals are wholly directed to delivering successful results for both clients and candidates.”

Laing & Buisson Recruitment says it will develop strategic partnerships with its clients where the level of mutual trust and understanding ensures that the placements made are not just the best people looking for a role but the very best people in their field.





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