Recruitment, when handled correctly, can boost efficiency within an enterprise, leading to increased profitability. By the same token, however, a poor recruitment process can actually become a drain on existing resources. It’s easy to fall into the trap of spending too much time reading through a broad set of CVs, before interviewing unsuitable candidates and then taking an ill-judged recruitment decision.

Job seekers are provided with lots of advice on how to position themselves to find their ideal role. There is information available on writing a great CV, how to conduct oneself within the context of an interview and how to present previous work history.

Many of those tips are undoubtedly useful and plenty of candidates will be grateful for the availability of such advice, which will have enabled them to secure positions that might otherwise have been filled by others.

But what about the preparations that should be made by organisations, prior to recruiting? This is an area that appears to receive considerably less attention, although it’s clearly a critical topic to consider.

Before you decide to recruit, it’s important that you should carry out an appropriate level of preparation to clarify the role, consider the appropriate salary and benefits and decide on the cultural fit of the person for the role.

I have a wealth of Facilities Management experience having worked for an FM Service Provider for many years where I recruited and managed teams across diverse geographies, I am an expert at understanding the cultural differences from country to country, as well as matching clients and candidates through their skills and experience. I really understand what makes a great FM in these environments and can source the very best talent.

This, coupled with my extensive network of experienced FM professionals across EMEA, makes me the ideal choice to source for your Facility Management team. My industry knowledge and my passion to deliver you the right candidate, first time and every time will definitely save you time and money!

I succeed in my role as I take time to really understand my client’s needs and I believe in building effective long term relationships.

I will not overload you with CV’s or annoy you with relentless calls however I will take the time to understand your business and culture to provide you with an outstanding candidate every time.

I do not like to waste anyone’s time in business and understand how limited your time is. I work with honesty, integrity and commitment to providing you with the service you need.

So whether you need people for your team or are searching for a new job, I look forward to hearing from you –