Accessing talent at the University of Sheffield

9th January 2018

People are what make businesses successful and employees are probably the most important investment you will ever make in your business.

You may be a new start-up looking to grow and aren't sure where to start with recruiting that first employee. You may be an established business with expansion plans and need more resource to make it happen. You may have a business problem that you need specific expertise to help solve. You may just need an extra pair of hands! On February 22nd, our business networking breakfast at Inox Dine will provide you with an opportunity to hear from the University of Sheffield Careers Service about how to access talent at the University. You will have the opportunity to find out about the support available to help you plan your recruitment so that it is timely for both yourself and potential applicants. You will learn about the routes for promoting your organisation, as well as understand how engaging with students whilst at University can help you recruit the right people and find that ideal candidate. You will have the chance to investigate how you can develop a relationship with the University to create a talent pipeline for your business. As always you can expect fantastic networking opportunities within a relaxed & informal setting, along with a complimentary breakfast, other empowered business people in attendance & the opportunity to positively talk about your business with people who collectively want to work together within Sheffield City Region & beyond. Book here

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