Attract and Develop More Talent in Your Business!

27th June 2019

Do you struggle to attract the talent you need to make your business successful? Are you unsure how to appeal to the best candidates who might not currently be looking for a new job, but who could be just right for you? Are you maximising your brand and its power to attract top talent? Are you tapping into all the local support which can help you access talent in all of Sheffield's communities and create 'job -ready' employees? Are you developing your workforce to their maximum potential, using a range of programmes and utilising the Apprenticeship Levy? Why not come along to this informative event, hosted by Talent Sheffield, which will provide you with some practical help and solutions to these issues and many more.

Hayley Robinson from the end-to-end recruitment expert Networx will join us to share some hints and tip on attracting passive candidates in today's difficult recruitment market and improve your employer brand. She has a wealth of experience from working with over 200 businesses and will provide a host of practical tips to take away and use. John Powell and Gareth Urwin from Opportunity Sheffield, the City's Employment and Skills Service will explain how their vast experience of working with employers in the City can help you access these programmes and develop local talent. A light breakfast will be provided. Once you have booked your ticket(s) via the Eventbrite link, if you have any dietary requirements, please can you email these to

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