Recruitment Marketing: Why a change in thinking is needed

by AIMEE CARMICHAEL, Group Communications Lead at Morgan McKinley and Director at Carmichael Communications carmichaelcommunications.com Digital recruitment represents both a blessing and a curse for the modern recruiter. Gaining access to an endless pool of talent on a global basis may have never been easier – snaring the cream of the crop being a different …

10 phenomenally powerful reasons why all businesses should have an internal comms plan

Without an effective internal communications strategy, organisations risk losing talent to their competitors, devalue their employee value proposition, increase the prevalence of a silo mentality persisting within the organisation which reduces cohesion, and they will have a workforce that is relatively misinformed and ignorant of where the organisation is going and their role within it. …

Q & A: Zest Recruitment & Consultancy on starting up and getting their name ‘out there’

WHEN DID YOU START THE BUSINESS? The idea for the business was a long time in the making, with the seeds sewn a year or so previously when we were both working at the same legal practice in Cardiff. We have both practised law for around 20 years as Solicitors and we were each responsible …

Q & A: Lucid Recruitment on starting up and getting their name ‘out there’

WHEN DID YOU START THE BUSINESS? I have always worked in sales and for as long as I can remember I always wanted to run my own business. It was during the last three years before starting Lucid Recruitment that I realised there was a gap in the Welsh market for a recruitment firm specialising …

Q & A: Bowen Eldridge on starting up and getting their name ‘out there’

WHEN DID YOU START THE BUSINESS? The idea for the business was conceived some two years before we actually started it. We had worked together for over seven years for a well-known recruitment agency, so we ‘got’ the way in which each other works. However, it was important to get the timing of the new …