“Mass public sector redundancies and recent fears about a slide back into recession have pushed UK unemployment to its highest for 17 years.”
This is where RBLI can help: We are able to work with businesses on a day to day basis and use our skills and expertise to analyse recruitment needs, source candidates, ensure that they have the requisite skills and experience, provide training and support them into the workplace. We can even work with them once they are in work to ensure that they settle into the role and are a good match for the business. And the greatest thing about this tailored service? It’s entirely free to businesses. Our specialist teams are currently working across Kent and Sussex, led by David Jessop, supporting local and national businesses with their recruitment needs.
“I believe that this vital service will provide valuable support to businesses throughout the region and will ensure that we remain at the heart of the economic recovery. ”
For more information on how we can support your business with your recruitment needs, contact Claire Bonthrone who will be delighted to help.
I read with interest the recently published CIPD report on Absence Management. This annual survey often shows some interesting developments and this years was no different. It seems now that stress is the leading cause of absence for both manual and non-manual workers and that mental health problems have also increased within the workplace.
I recently attended a study day for the Army Recovery Capability. Chaired by Colonel Paul Mitchell of 4th Division in Aldershot, the delegates heard how the Personnel Recovery Units are developing to meet the challenges of this programme.