The landscape of Recruitment is going to be vastly different in 20 years’ time.

According to PwC up to 30% of existing UK jobs could be impacted by automation by the early 2030s.

In a rapidly changing world, embracing the human element and putting it at the core of one’s recruitment strategy is the only way to navigate the disruptive digital tempest that is brewing.

Agencies that fail to focus on the needs of their clients from technical skills needed in their client’s businesses to the nuances of character fit will inevitably be less prepared for the future of automation.

With the rise of AI and a decreasing need for a human workforce, providing our clients with exceptional candidates for the human positions that remain will be more important than ever.

As Consultants we have the responsibility to prepare clients and candidates with the tools necessary to thrive in the world of 2050 and we do this in a number of ways. Firstly, with our extensive market knowledge we partner with our clients to create sustainable strategies when it comes to retaining key talent. We also support clients with the development of a bespoke recruitment process.

Here at Aldrich our dedication to the human element of talent acquisition and retention sets us apart and puts us in a unique position to thrive in this disruptive era.

‘The human spirit must prevail over technology’- Albert Einstein

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