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About this event
Are you struggling to recruit the right employees?
The recruitment market place has never been so competitive, following a phenomenon called “The Great Resignation”.
The market place is flooded with businesses out there who can afford to offer fantastic benefits packages, and who are already established employers.
So how can you possibly compete?
This workshop will show you how.
It's all about selling yourself as an employer. Really communicating what makes you so fantastic – why your dream hire should choose to work for you. And, this is all done through the job advert. Powerful stuff eh?
We will cover:
– Revolutionising your recruitment strategy
– Establishing your employer brand
– Identifying your ‘ideal' candidate
– Hacks for engaging content
Can you afford not to attend?
About Heidi – Heidi is a chartered member of the CIPD and has over 20 years of experience working as an HR professional. Prior to founding Cheviot HR, she worked for a number of organisations in the public and private sector, as an HR professional.
She has experience advising businesses in a number of different industries from leisure and hospitality, catering, cleaning and facilities management, professional services, health care, social care, education, engineering and manufacturing and more!
She has excellent communication skills and can explain complex issues simply and effectively at all levels, and she prides herself in building strong, friendly relationships with her peers and clients.
She is highly experienced in all areas of HR, including writing policies and procedures ensuring compliance with ever changing legislation, handling large scale TUPE transfers following acquisitions and mergers, advising on complex appeals and at employment tribunals and settlement agreements.
Date: Friday, May 27, 2022
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Timezone: UTC+1 (check your local time here)
Registration required? Yes
Full event details: How to Write Compelling Job Adverts
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