Futures For Business can help you to hire the best people
Are you thinking about hiring new staff in 2020? Futures can help.
2020 is now just one month away and we’re continuing to help businesses in Nottingham get ready to achieve more in the New Year. In the second of our four-part blog series, we're focusing on recruitment and how we can help you to find, train and retain the right people for your company.
Why is finding the right people so important? Making the right decisions at the beginning of recruitment can save you and your business time, money and resources in the long run. Employees who aren't a good fit are more likely to leave, meaning you'll need to go through the whole process again.
At Futures, we’re passionate about making sure businesses welcome the right people on board. Our people are experts in recruitment, offering a range of solutions tailored to meet the needs of your business and existing employees, these might include:
One of the great ways to recruit new staff is through a pre-employment course. We find suitable people and equip them with skills which suit the roles you need to fill through training course. Once they've completed the course, we pass them to you ready for interview so that the final decision lies with you.
We hold recruitment events for companies looking to fill specific roles. At these events, people who are interested in applying for the position come along, meet the employer, ask questions about the role and register their interest in applying. It’s a good opportunity for both candidates and employers to meet each other and prepare for the recruitment process.
course, you’re not limited to recruiting permanent staff members. We
can also help you provide work experience placements to local
students, as well as offering a full apprenticeship support service,
which is the focus of the first blog.
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