We have already seen plenty of headlines related to the recruitment sector post-Brexit, and by no means is this relevant only to logistics recruitment in which we have a particular interest here at Bis Henderson.
Finding candidates for your vacancies is rarely easy, regardless of the given sector. In such areas as supply chain, procurement and logistics recruitment, however, the process can be even more difficult.
As you prepare to enter a new trading year and the competition to secure the best candidates to fill vacant Chief Procurement Officer roles increases, it’s essential for procurement recruitment campaigns to be not only pro-active, but also imaginative.
It would be rare to find a supply chain operation that has no need to recruit new additions to the workforce in the year ahead. Bis Henderson regularly advise clients on the importance of forward planning
Bis Henderson’s consultants appreciate that procurement recruitment requires a long-term hiring strategy, with forward planning being equally important as a rapid response to client’s urgent need to fill a vacant role.
NOVUS, the degree scheme designed to encourage tomorrow’s supply chain professionals, is a proud recipient of a European Supply Chain Excellence Award – winning in the Training & Professional Development category.
Good news from London last night. The Novus Trust has won the “Training and Professional Development” Award at the Logistics and Supply Chain Awards. Fantastic achievement moving Novus forward in training students to be supply chain professionals.
Although a relatively new position, there is now a growing recognition of the importance of a Chief Procurement Officer within the supply chain organisation. Many employers are aware that the centralisation of expenditure and the tight control of expenses is paramount.
2000; the year of the Millennium. Gladiator was in the cinema, Steve Redgrave won his fifth consecutive Olympic gold medal, Britney Spears reached Number 1 in the charts with Oops, I did it again and Bis Henderson was formed!!