Candidate Attraction 

Our multi-channel resourcing strategy provides us with access to a large diverse talent pool.

These channels include:
Job Boards

We have access to specialist and mainstream job boards which enables us to pro-actively target and source suitable candidates.
Events and Networking

We attend and exhibit at a number of events throughout the year with the key aim of attracting candidates.

Attending careers fairs and networking forums is pivotal to our candidate attraction strategy.  As developing key relationships with various institutions, ensures a strong talent pipeline for the future.

Client Branded Advertising
We are able to offer our clients branded advertising campaigns across all forms of media due to extensive marketing reach. 

Email Marketing

We raise our clients’ employer profiles by targeting passive job seekers using branded emails.

These are sent to relevant candidates within our database, and the interest that they generate amongst job seekers increases the quality and choice of the candidates available to you.

SMS Advertising

We can instantly send out SMS text alerts to relevant candidates alerting them to current HR opportunities.​

This is especially useful for urgent temporary requirements requiring a fast turnaround. 
Our Website

We have developed our website internally so we can promptly identify, shortlist and contact suitable candidates regarding appropriate vacancies,


Current working and registered temporary workers are an invaluable source of market intelligence, particularly as they often belong to societies or consortiums and provide us with access to a large network of potential candidates.

In addition to this, we work hard to build and maintain strong relationships and gain loyalty from our clients, who are often pleased to recommend potential candidates to us.
Social Media 

Our social media strategy enables us to engage with both active and passive job seekers.

We interact and source candidates from a number of networking sites including Twitter and LinkedIn,