Our latest appointment has been announced in this months Aftermarket Magazine!
A small snippet on purchases and moves within the aftermarket this week
Glen Callum Associates were honoured when Aftermarket Magazine requested to join us for a “day in the life….” article.
Alex Wells the editor of Aftermarket magazine is a familiar face in the industry. Prior to joining Aftermarket he ran a number of magazines in the industry including Garage & Bodyshop Professional and Automotive Industry Magazine as well as BODY Magazine, covering the crash repair sector.
Alex says: “Aftermarket is a great publication. I’ve greatly admired it as a reader over the years and I’m delighted to be its editor. There are many challenges ahead for the sector and it is vital that the leading publication in the industry covers the serious issues facing garages and suppliers. I will make sure Aftermarket continues to be the destination publication for news and views in our industry.”
He adds: “I’m looking forward to getting out and seeing everyone with my new Aftermarket hat on.”
And that’s exactly what Alex did when he joined the Glen Callum Team! Continue reading full article
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The team at Glen Callum are proud to announce that Jenny Harris (Formerly Jenny Danks) of JD Recruitment has joined the Glen Callum Team. Further strengthening our Automotive Aftermarket knowledge and expertise.
Job openings in the automotive industry have rocketed by 12.3% in the last month, with the Automotive industry placed at number six in the top ten according to the latest CV library report.
However, it’s not all good news…
This is a newly created role with exciting times ahead…
Have you heard who’s on the front page of this issues Aftermarket magazine?
In addition to this you might be wondering Hoo are our latest recruits, Harry and Tom? You can find out on page 64.
Keep an eye out in the next issue for another Hoo-gue announcement!
Do you have the latest copy of Aftermarket Magazine? If so have you had a look at our feature on page 64?
The feature introduces the latest additions to the growing Glen Callum team, Harry Wardrop, our social media superstar (I can call myself that can’t I?) who is taking care of our growing online presence and Tom Gould, who had a taster of recruitment for a temporary agency and is looking to use his fantastic customer service skills he learnt as a retail manager to deliver a world class talent finding service.
Keep an eye out in the next issue for another huge announcement!
Why do some recruiters approach candidates they have previously placed and been paid for?
We are asked this question often by clients and our proud response is “We guarantee that is not our approach! We do not actively contact any of our current clients’ staff and we do not solicit candidates we have placed unless they have approached us directly requesting a move”.
Why do some recruiters send a batch of CV’s to employers without having spoken to the candidates or without having been instructed by the employer to work on the role?
Our view on this is two fold…”the recruiters that do this are acting unethically towards their candidates by sending out their CV details without checking their interest, gaining their permission or even assessing their suitability for the role. Likewise they are also acting unethically by creating “a race” between recruiters. An unfair position for an ethical recruiter who has obtained their candidates permission, spent time briefing the candidate only to find an unscrupulous recruiter has just gathered CV’s, pressed the send button and thus beaten them to it! Hopefully employers who advocate this practise will understand over time that selecting unscreened candidates could very well be a time consuming and costly exercise. Continue reading full article
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