RECRUITMENT
SUPPORT

In conjunction with carefully selected partners, we can help you find the very best people through a full recruitment and selection service.

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Businesses are a sum of their people, and you need to attract, filter and recruit the very best applicants out there – all without the process eating into the time you need to spend running your day-to-day business.

As a Crispin Rhodes client, we’re able to help you with:

  • Designing job descriptions and person specifications
  • Advertising your vacancies and searching recruitment websites
  • Help with interviews and short-listing
  • Training managers on interview skills
  • Psychometric profiling
  • Motivational maps

And as well as helping make the process as easy and stress-free as possible, by working with Crispin Rhodes you can be sure that you’ll not only get the best candidates – but we’ll also make sure you avoid any claims of unfair selection.

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