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This article has been submitted by The Recruit Venture Group.

Power up by switching some negatives into positives!

As a recruitment professional you’re probably familiar with it, but there’s quite a lot of research into why people leave a job. And much of it points to five key reasons:

  1. They don’t feel good about what they do.
  2. They don’t feel important.
  3. They don’t feel they are growing.
  4. They don’t get the support they need.
  5. They don’t feel they are getting paid enough.

Let’s be honest here. There have been times, have there not, when you’ve ticked some of those boxes yourself? Or maybe all of them? You’re only human!

The point is, that with that ‘self starter’ entrepreneur streak embedded in your DNA, as it is with so many recruitment consultants, you’ve probably turned your thoughts to starting up on your own as the alternative.

And when you’re thinking about starting your own business, it’s worth thinking about those five negatives. Because, when you switch them to positives, you’ll find it very empowering.

If you don’t feel good about what you do now, you’re never going to feel better about it than when it’s yours. You’re definitely going to feel important. You’ll be running the show! If you can’t feel you’re growing when you launch your own business, you never will. Now you’ll have the chance to grow personally and professionally. And your efforts will make your business grow.

Support? Well, you’ll need to be a good manager to get the best out of your people, so that they support you. But, in the early stages you’ll need support to set up, get your systems running, and have the finances in place. Outside support is there if you look. Choose wisely and you’ll have not just sound backing but the autonomy to feel good about yourself, and feel important.

And when it comes to pay, you’ll be your own master. Of course you’ll need to be prudent at the start, but the main thing is the harder you work the more you’ll earn. And that’s not always true when you’re an employee.

So, if you’re in the recruitment business, and you’re not completely happy about what you’re doing, take a look at those five negative feelings; the reasons why people leave jobs. Then turn them into positives – power up, and start on your own. It could be exactly what you’re destined for.

The Recruit Venture Group offers entrepreneurial recruiters with five years + experience within the industry, a truly risk-free, and fully funded way to help launch their own recruitment business. Find out more at www.recruitventures.com  or email info@recruitventures.com

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The Recruit Venture Group offers entrepreneurial recruiters a truly risk-free, fully funded way to help them launch their own recruitment business.

The Recruit Venture Group has over 40 Joint Venture Partner businesses and a combined joint venture turnover of £131million.

The Recruit Venture Group enables successful recruiters become business owners, focus all their time and resources on recruitment and grow their business fast. The group invests heavily in back office infrastructure to support their Joint Venture Partners allowing owners to expand without any restrictions which may prevent them reaching their full potential.

Their unique recruitment business model is simple and risk-free. There is no personal outlay, and it gives financial security from the outset to allow recruiters to retain their current lifestyle. It provides 100% funding, no limitations on location or number of branches, full back office support services including HR, IT, Accounts, Payroll, Credit Control and Marketing.

Established in 2017, following the acquisition of Recruit Ventures Ltd by Jark Holdings Ltd, the parent company of Jark Ventures PLC.

With a ten-year business plan in place to grow the largest joint venture recruitment operation in the UK, the group aims to help launch a further 56 NEW joint venture recruitment business and a generate a combined turnover of £250m by 2027.

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