ResourceBank offers a unique “health-check” to help your recruitment department analyse its strengths and weaknesses and identify actions to make you become more effective and competitive.
The latest statistics from the ONS show that the UK currently has the highest ever number of job vacancies. Your recruitment function has to be efficient, proactive and innovative in order to attract and engage candidates in this marketplace.
ResourceBank are currently offering a unique independent “health-check” to help your recruitment department analyse its strengths and weaknesses and identify actions to make you become more effective and competitive. The "health-check" is undertaken by Melody Hermon, an experienced consultant within the HR and recruitment sectors, who will visit your business and perform an audit of your current activities.
Health-checks can be completed in less than a month and give you with an actionable five-point plan to improve your recruitment activity. We can also provide ongoing support and mentoring to ensure that the actions identified are completed effectively
Recruitment Health-check areas
- Attraction channels
- Employer branding and reputation
- Candidate Engagement
- The recruitment process
- Hiring manager capability
- Approaches to selection and assessment
We have just provided this service to a UK mental health charity, Recovery Focus, and have identified several immediate actions that will help them be more cost effective and efficient. Tim Anderson, Group Director People & Organisation Development at Recovery Focus said:
“We were delighted with the recruitment audit undertaken by ResourceBank. Having an independent expert to look over our activities with a fresh pair of eyes has given us a very valuable insight into what we can do better. Melody was very thorough and provided us with a detailed report with around 30 recommendations, both short and long term, to improve our talent attraction and engagement activities. We are now working through these recommendations and are confident we will have a much more effective recruitment function as a result.”