Are you an employer who is concerned that losing a key team member may affect the smooth running of your supply chain? Bis Henderson has found that HR departments or managers responsible for recruiting, are looking ahead at key areas where the operation may be vulnerable in the future. They are aware that it’s crucial to make preparations to have a new starter waiting in the wings ready to fill a vacancy when it occurs.
As specialist consultants in supply chain recruitment, Bis Henderson appreciate that it isn’t viable to have the best talent on standby for a permanent position should there be an opening. However, by liaising closely on a regular basis with the client, an in-depth supply job specification can be drawn up with a full profile of the ideal candidate. Searches on the extensive database will identify applicants who have shown an interest in making a career move but are biding their time for an attractive offer with the right company.
This means the Bis Henderson supply chain recruitment team can ensure that potential candidates have been fully referenced and profile matching has taken place should the client need to move quickly to fill a position at short notice. It is essential that when interviewing for the supply chain workforce there are no snap decisions that may be regretted later.
This applies even more when hiring for executive and managerial roles or positions that require a high level of technical expertise. With increasing competition in a candidate-driven market, having a specialist supply chain recruitment consultant such as Bis Henderson scouting for the highest achievers gives a head start.
Close collaboration throughout the hiring process eliminates unnecessary delays and costly errors of judgement. Supply chain jobs may of course become available due to company growth or expansion into a global market. This recruitment takes careful planning and specialist industry knowledge.
Bis Henderson know where the top supply chain professionals can be found and how best to approach them with an initial briefing of the position on offer. Time and expense in selecting the right staff members can be reduced, whatever the specific area of expertise.