Join Frontline Recruitment for the culture, stay for the success

By Sponsored | 20 Nov 2020 View comments

You’ve excelled in business and now you’re ready to go out on your own. That doesn’t mean doing it alone – with Frontline Recruitment, you’ll be building your business within a community of fellow business owners and internal professionals who offer learning, experience, development, structure, systems and support.

“I chose to join Frontline because of the culture,” says Rory Manwaring, who started out as a recruitment consultant and now owns multiple agencies across a number of States in Australia. “We’re a really great team. We like to work together. We’ve got the same goal, the same objective, and we provide and share a lot of information to better help our customers.”

No recruitment experience necessary

With Frontline, experience in recruitment would be valuable but it’s not essential. More important is expertise in one of Frontline’s areas of specialisation – which are currently hospitality, health, education, construction, retail, IT and digital, finance. Frontline is also expanding into mining, property and manufacturing. You also need a history of high achievement, to be sales driven and have a passion for building an effective team. And, underpinning it all, you must be the kind of person who draws their energy from being around people.

“Our franchisees are generally extroverts, they are hands-on leaders who thrive on networking, building relationships and developing contacts,” says Mandy Jacobsen, Head of Franchise Sales and Development. “Recruitment is all about people, so we take care of the sales and marketing, finance, human resources, contracts and operations, legal and IT and support, which leaves our franchisees free to do what they do best, having conversations with clients and candidates and filling roles.”

You also have the flexibility and freedom to work on your own terms.

“You don’t need a physical location until the business is mature, so all you need to get started is a laptop and a phone,” says Mandy. “That means, as long as you’re not afraid of hard work, you have control of when, how and where you work. This can be ideal for franchisees with a family or who are looking for a better work-life balance.”

A 25-year history of success 

Founded 25 years ago, Frontline Recruitment Group has grown from a grassroots organisation in Australia and New Zealand to recently becoming part of Express Employment Professionals. A global leader in the sector, Express Employment Professionals has 825 franchise locations employing over 552,000 worldwide.

Today’s Frontline franchisees have the backing of the Frontline Agency Support Team (FAST). This is led by CEO Arthur McColl, a very experienced franchise specialist who previously headed up the highly-successful Anytime Fitness Group Australia. As part of the support package, you receive all the business tools you need to manage, monitor and grow value in your business including systems, training, budgeting and financial analysis. Franchisees even have access to a database of 80,000 clients and 1.2 million candidates.

Flexible pricing options

You can invest in a Frontline franchise for between $45,000 to $75,000 depending on the territory, your areas of specialisation and your personal goals for business growth goals. As with all new businesses, you will also need working capital.

If this sounds like the right business for you, visit www.frontlinefranchising.com and request our Franchise Pack for more details and to hear what some of our franchisees have to say. Your new career as a successful business owner could start right here.