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The Dairy Crest Candidate Factory

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Transcript of The Dairy Crest Candidate Factory

The Candidate Factory
Caroline Vooght & Liz Harris
Search & Selection
The Candidate Factory
Busting Recruitment Myths – Perception & Reality
What people say about Dairy Crest
Fertile Ground – Accessing the competition
‘Open to Opportunities?’
Going for Gold!
The Candidate Factory
Workshop designed to support hiring managers to recruit
We’ll share market insight
We’ll discuss experiences and best practice
We can help you to develop partnerships
And hire the right people, at the right time and before your competition
Busting Recruitment Myths –
‘There are many people who’d like to work here…’
‘Surely an advert will bring the right candidate?’
‘There are plenty of people in the market who can do this job!’
‘Of course candidates will relocate to this area, it’s a great place to live’
‘This is a brilliant place to work’
Busting Recruitment Myths –
The Reality
'The market is candidate driven and there is a growing skills shortage'
‘Great Brands, Great People, Poor Leadership’
‘Mixed bag…..great in places, bad in others’
What Your Employees Say About Dairy Crest
Fertile Ground…​Where Do Your Staff Come From?
Who In Dairy Crest Is… ‘Open To Opportunities’
There are over 1,000 Dairy Crest employees listed on LinkedIn.

Nearly 140 are active on LinkedIn.
… this figure is likely to be much higher – many individuals aren’t aware of the functionality, or reluctant to use
Will they come to you?
There are 1,832 employees listed for Kerry Foods in the UK.
Over 300 are active on LinkedIn listed as ‘Open to Opportunities’
There are 1220 Arla employees listed in the UK.
Over 150 are active on LinkedIn
There are over 170 RSSL employees listed in the UK. Nearly 20 are active on LinkedIn
What Candidates Tell Us About The Recruitment Process
Recruitment processes are slow, with unforeseen obstacles and delays
Lack of feedback on CV and after interview – most frustrated by ‘there was another candidate who was stronger’
Testing and assessment centres take considerable time, and can be off putting to some candidates
Lack of clarity on the brief and the role
Going For Gold!
Clearly defined process with predetermined interview dates
Clear job brief and company information
Correct information on the company benefits and package
Use a recruitment or coaching partner to support you
Going For Gold!
Caroline Vooght
18 years recruiting senior level candidates for the Food & FMCG industry

Experience of managing and advising businesses within FMCG on recruitment strategy and process

Liz Harris
20+ years coaching and training across a wide range of sectors

Experience of delivering Selection, Appraisal and Performance Management Interview workshops

About Us
dedicated operational
to be
short term’
‘Great Company
work for’

to work for’
This is a sample of the workshop we’d like to run for you and your hiring managers.

Please call us to book your free workshop.

Liz: 07803 678678

Caroline:07730 888491

We look forward to meeting you
Search & Selection
'The rise of counter-offers means that businesses prefer to keep their staff, than go through the process of replacing leavers'
'The demand for candidates is driving salaries upwards, and candidate expectations need to be managed carefully'
'Candidates of calibre are well looked after by their current employers, and are often not actively looking to leave'
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