Head Resourcing: hiring, without firing
August 5, 2013
We don’t want to come across as big-headed or overly confident by any means, but we really do pride ourselves on our employee retention. It would be foolish of us to think that we’ll keep everyone that is with us currently for the next ten years as that just doesn’t happen in any company – and as for recruitment, generally less so – but we try to provide a great place to work and we are committed to giving our people the tools and support to be successful.
At Head Resourcing we have a culture of hard work, in a positive atmosphere, with the company values at the heart of what we do. We try to develop and retain our best talent for years to come; it’s something that we’re getting better at and something that we’re really proud of being able to talk about to our customers about – the longevity of a consultant being with us is a key factor in long-lasting relationships with candidates and clients.
With this in mind, we’re delighted to welcome four new employees to our growing company. Since June, we’ve hired two new resource consultants to join our large contracts team (Malcolm Stocks & Megan McCreesh) and one consultant and a resource consultant for our Edinburgh permanent team (Nicola MacKay & Layla Abdulrahman). They’re all in the process of being inducted into the ‘Head way’ of doing things; understanding what drives us as a company, our values and ethos, and learning what it means to be part of the Head Resourcing family.
At our core we strive to be a great company that cares about the development of our people and the relationships we can bring together. What we do – recruitment – is similar to a lot of other companies out there, but we believe it is how we do it that separates us from the norm.
We’re thrilled to welcome the new additions to our company, and are totally confident that with hard work and the dedication to do the right thing by our clients and candidates, they will be with us for years to come and be part of our growth as a positive example of what a good recruitment company should be.
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