Employer Advice

MRK Associates prides itself on being a career consultancy, whose ethos has always been about building long term partnerships to develop people’s careers – either personal job seeking or company workforce planning.

As a result, our ‘employer’ section is not about selling our services and what we do, it is about offering companies advice on tricky and challenging areas of career related issues that can help them to keep their staff, increase their productivity or recruit top quality talent!

There topics are:

– How to run the ideal recruitment process
– How and Why to write job descriptions
– How to lead a good interview
– How to think about succession planning
– How to manage poor performance

In the ever competitive world of seeking top talent for your organisation, it is often the smaller details that can make the difference between winning the battle for a new employee or being left with no one and back at square one.

Remember, you may be doing these things well but if your competitor is doing them better, your business will not have as good a reputation as theirs in the market – therefore will look less appealing to work for.

So ensure your job descriptions do you justice, your recruitment and interview management is smooth, your succession planning is in place and poor performance is eradicated.

Please contact us should you wish a confidential discussion on any of the matters in this section or about any specific vacancies for which you are currently recruiting.

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