Is your approach to recruitment stuck in 2016? It’s time to take some expert advice from Sharon Davies - Founding Director.
No matter how skilled, educated and well networked you are, it’s hard to be across every changing nuance that affects your organisation. If you are summoned to Court, you would hire a Lawyer and follow their advice. You engage a real estate agent to present your home in the best possible light and most of us don’t do our own plumbing. The saying ‘why keep a dog and bark yourself’ is equally applicable in business That’s where there’s value in professional partners – but only if you listen to them!
Working day in, day out to help businesses of all shapes and sizes to attract candidates with a whole gamut of different skills puts me at the pointy end of what’s happening out there. I like to think I learn a thing or two every day that makes me an expert. For example, did you know it takes on average, less than 4 weeks to find a new job in NZ right now? Or that there were over 3300 job adverts for BDMs in Melbourne last week?
As your Recruitment Guru, staying up to date with market trends, the competitive landscape and having insights into what’s working means that I can help you avoid pitfalls, wasted money and weeks of wasted time. Which is of course what you would expect from an expert!
Unless recruitment is your day job and you do it weekly, there’s no reason to hesitate to ask for advice. HR itself is a complex area that’s changing all the time and yes, a lot has changed since 2016. Whether you are a busy HR Manager covering everything, or a Business Owner who takes charge of your own hiring, here’s a snapshot of 4 key things you need to know:
If you don’t have a recruitment guru on your side, feel free to reach out and let’s chat. email@example.com