Ryde-based Isle of Wight Jobs have launched ‘The Hub’, a unique, high value and free to join recruitment service for employers, that gives them a single point of contact and trusted partner for all their current and future recruitment needs.
This new service, launched today (Thursday), is aimed at saving time and money for employers, in addition to removing many of the frustrations associated with the recruitment process – helping companies to more rapidly secure the very best candidates for any vacancy.
Isle of Wight Jobs is well known for its jobs website, which was launched in 2013. It’s a site that rapidly became the #1 website for Isle of Wight recruitment, with in excess of 28,000 registered candidates on its database, over 12,000 unique visitors each month and used by almost 1,000 employers across the Island to advertise their vacancies.
Reuben Loake, Managing Director of Isle of Wight Jobs comments:
“This new service reflects our commitment to work in close collaboration with clients across all sectors and sizes of business on the Island. As a specialist recruitment agency our team have the experience needed to understand a client’s business and their more specific needs. Something that makes all the difference in identifying the best candidates for them, and as a digital agency our technology enables us to access these people, to fulfil a vacancy more rapidly.”
‘The Hub’ is free to join and provides a range of key benefits, including a flat rate on recruitment fees, free recruitment consultancy and substantial discounts on advertising on isleofwightjobs.com all aimed at saving businesses time and money. In addition, the service provides all clients with speculative candidate screening together with invitations to exclusive events and more as standard; providing clients with professional advice and access to expert insights and the very best candidates.
“The Hub provides an opportunity for employers to enhance their approach to recruitment and as a result attract, recruit and retain the talented staff that will help their businesses grow.”
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