Pure Resourcing Solutions is proud to once again be supporting the Cambridge Business Excellence Awards and is reminding local organisations not miss out on a chance of winning a prestigious accolade.
The New Year is a great time to research the relevant business and industry awards you’d like to put your organisation forward for during 2016, so we’ve put together a timely reminder as to why it’s really worth the time and effort involved.
The New Year is an excellent time for businesses to begin proactively planning their recruitment strategy for 2016, and beyond, and a good recruitment agency can add real value to this process. In depth recruitment planning could become increasingly crucial in 2016, as employers potentially face an ‘applicant drought’.
Sharron Pomells, Head of People Operations for Virgin Management Ltd has been announced as the keynote speaker at the Best Employers Eastern Region 2016 launch to be held at Paddocks House, Newmarket on Thursday 28 January 2016.
This programme will develop your talented, aspiring female leaders and equip them to evolve your culture and work with you to remove the workplace barriers to gender equality. This programme is different to standard women’s development programmes in that it seeks to develop organisations in parallel with developing women!
Pure hosted the latest Women’s leadership Programme graduation with event on Thursday 12 November 2015 at Paddocks House Newmarket.
Pure has launched the Finance Leadership Programme designed for finance professionals focused on developing their careers, in collaboration with Grant Thornton. The Finance Leadership Programme will be a small, invite-only group aimed to introduce a balance of business insight and leadership development within a relaxed and neutral environment.
We always enjoy being asked to judge the Best Employer category at the Eastern Daily Press Business awards. It always proves to be extremely inspiring and it’s a fantastic way to find out more about the exceptional examples of employee engagement being implemented by businesses in our region.
Today (Monday 9 November) is Equal Pay Day. This date moves each year and is used to mark the point in the calendar where the difference between the average male and female salaries means that only men will get paid for the rest of the year, and that women will effectively be working for free.
Here at Pure we’re looking ahead to Professions Week and highlighting a profession very close to our hearts: recruitment! Professions Week takes place from 9th November, and is designed to increase awareness among young people about different professional careers and the routes into them.