It’s a difficult time for businesses and recruitment. Brexit uncertainty is still looming and EU immigration is at its lowest level since 2013, resulting in fewer candidates and greater competition, particularly for high-volume recruiters.
Rapid technological advances are also disrupting businesses and candidates have higher expectations of all digital interactions, including recruitment. The new generation of candidates are also more demanding, putting greater importance on what their employers stand for, benefits and flexibility.
Combined with this the cost of recruitment, high turnover rates and under-staffed teams are costly (£3,000 avg cost per hire in the UK). Businesses therefore need to apply the same service design approach to their recruitment as they do to their consumer products and services.
And this doesn’t stop on their first day, the cost of recruiting, combined with training means the first 90 days are critical for recruiters and this needs to be considered as part of the user journey.
At this exclusive breakfast event we’ll be sharing Great State’s market insights into the future of recruitment and discussing our award-winning strategic approach to candidate engagement at scale for the Royal Navy.
We’ll be considering how you can keep pace with candidate expectations and on track with the rapidly changing culture of the workplace, focusing on five key building blocks:
The candidate experience
Setting candidates up for success
Testing and refining your process
Please join us to hear our insights and award-winning Royal Navy case study about recruiting at scale - and to share in your own experiences and challenges with other senior brand leaders.
Spaces are limited so please register now to avoid disappointment.