Market Reports  

These articles are written by members of the Jigsaw TM team and have been designed to highlight topics of debate within the industry and how they may affect you as a candidate or potential employer within this space.

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Market Reports

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The Misconception of Recruitment - 01/02/2012
In 2005 Jigsaw Search was established to offer a different recruitment experience to both procurement professionals and businesses seeking to hire. At the time we knew that the recruitment industry was undernourished with experienced recruitment professionals

Head of Procurement Market Update - January 2012 - 19/01/2012
Reporting to the CEO, CFO or Supply Chain Director, the Head of Procurement role is an integral part of the Executive leadership team and is responsible for directing a strategic Procurement organisation

NSW Interim & Contract Market Update - December 2011 - 15/12/2011
Increasingly within Procurement, contract and interim assignments are highly becoming favourable for both employees and organisations. Employees hired on a contract or interim basis, as the names suggest, are hired for a limited or defined period of time

Market Update Adelaide - November 2011 - 18/11/2011
There is an apparent skills shortage in this area so Jigsaw is working hard to identify candidates who will relocate both within Australia and from overseas.

Should Labour be Categorised as Indirect Spend? - November 2011 - 18/11/2011
A lot of time is spent by CPO’s discussing the high level structure of a procurement framework but little time seems to be devoted to the categorisation of spend, especially with regards to how critical that spend may be to the ongoing success of the organisation

Procurement Analysts Market Data - Market Snapshot October 2011 - 29/10/2011
Focused analytical capability based within the procurement function providing key data to assist sourcing and process re-engineering projects