The purpose of this article is not to discuss the if’s, buts and wherefore’s of whether Brexit is the right decision. We are going to leave that old chestnut to the politicians. We want to focus on what you as employers need to put in place now to counteract the impact of the uncertainty which is being created as a result of the ongoing deal no deal discussions.
This is clearly generating a lot of uncertainty not only to the business community but to individuals from the EU where a number of people are taking the decision to leave the UK.
Whilst the Government is putting in place provisions to encourage EU citizens to stay by inviting them to apply for permanent residency in the UK, the fact remains that individuals are still feeling very uncertain which has meant that more companies are going to be competing for a smaller pool of workers.
This is why it is key that a robust recruitment and retention strategy is put in place to plan for, attract and retain the necessary skillset you require your teams of the future to have.
So what factors do you need to consider in developing your recruitment strategy?
Here are our Top Hot Tips:
Every employee is an individual with their own motivations and reasons to come to work. It’s a given that money, whilst important isn’t the prime reason people come to work. As employers we’d like to think that people actually enjoy being at work and some even measure employee satisfaction through employee opinion surveys.
So what would be our Top Hot Tips?
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