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We have already covered what is unique about SEAO Talent Partners – the sweats of remotely looking to be selling SEAO have now passed, phew! – so I think it’s now important to write about what we actually do and the difference between traditional ‘placement focused’ recruitment and professional outsourced partnerships. Commonly the term “Outsourced
We are delighted to announce that we have formed a strategic partnership with Narrative Communications in order to achieve growth through shared expertise. SEAO and Narrative will work together to support each other with strategic marketing and tailored recruitment. As experts in marketing, design, media buying, public relations and social media, Narrative supported SEAO throughout its launch
We keep shouting about how unique we think we are – so what is it that actually make us different from a traditional recruitment agency?
Over the past few months I have been banging on about the difference SEAO brings to the external recruitment market. My Relationship Manager made a super point (while we sat around the kitchen table on our Christmas family holiday in the Lakes)… How do we effectively articulate the benefits to the client? We promote that
Setting up SEAO Talent Partners was always a dream of mine. After spending over ten years in recruitment consultancies and then five years internally for a National £1.35B business – leading one of the largest recruitment teams in the North East – it was truly time. Alongside my career, I was very fortunate and blessed to have also
Everyone knows that most things don’t just happen. You have to plan, work at it, put everything into it and in most cases… own it! For instance, you wouldn’t say to a car salesman ‘I am looking for a car’ and then be happy to part with your well-earned cash purely on his/her options. Likewise, you wouldn’t necessarily go into
In my experience, each year businesses discuss the exciting new proposition for the following year’s graduate scheme and approach it with enthusiasm and excitement. To be fair…why would they not? I have experienced the success of finding and appointing top quality graduate candidates and have seen first-hand the benefit of their approach, determination and fresh outlook.
Well I did it…I decided to bite the bullet and leave a fabulous business to do something for myself. Something new, something slightly risky…but something for my family…the future of my family. Leading an in-house recruitment team has provided me with such an insight into business, that I believe that what I’ve been able to achieve could
One thing that is certain in today’s business climate is that change is the new constant, indicative of the VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world in which we operate. It is no surprise then that recruitment continues to evolve in line with rapidly changing market dynamics and demands. The traditional, transactional vendor model has been