Automotive and engineering recruitment specialist Glen Callum Associates (GCA) has highlighted what it calls “the Middle Skills Gap” as it looks to raise awareness of wider issues in the skills and recruitment shortage crisis.
The latest news from Glen Callum Associates, specialist worldwide Automotive, Industrial and Engineering recruiters.
70 percent of candidates prefer telephone discussions over email and automation
The Glen Callum Associates (GCA) Automotive Aftermarket Recruitment Survey 2022 has highlighted the importance of personal contact and how the process of recruitment should be a key tool in the sales activity of any business. Continue reading full article
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The Glen Callum Team are poised to attend the March 2022 IAAF briefing on the future of the EV Market held at the headquarters of aftermarket components supplier Corteco.
Steve Carter of Train 4 Auto Consultancy will speak about what’s driving the Electric Vehicle market today and beyond. As an expert in the automotive sector Steve will explore the continued increase of electrification of vehicles, sharing key facts and figures while discovering the effects on the aftermarket supply chain.
There’s no denying that the recruitment market is currently tight, with almost two-thirds of employers expected to experience difficulties when hiring in the upcoming six months, according to a survey of more than 1,000 recruitment and human resources workers by YouGov for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Continue reading full article
Glen Callum Associates (GCA) is enjoying the increased number of job roles that follow a downturn but is warning that the boom from the pandemic doesn’t come without challenges for companies looking to hire. Continue reading full article
The team at Glen Callum Associates (GCA) are enjoying the increased number of job roles that follow a downturn. However, the boom the pandemic has gifted recruiters doesn’t come without challenges for the companies that require their service.
Part of the GCA team were furloughed during the early days of the pandemic, as companies started to pull back their recruitment activities, but after a very a short period, GCA saw its clients work around the difficulties of the pandemic by creating new roles in areas such as Customer Engagement, IT, Buying, Product and Quality management and Internal Sales.
Representatives from the newly formed Automotive Recruitment Alliance (ARA) took part in the first Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) service provider webinar, which addressed the major issues the automotive aftermarket supply chain faces around recruitment and skills.
The webinar which was hosted by the IAAF on Thursday 27 January via Go To Webinar saw representatives from ARA take part in the “question time” panel for a series of topical discussions and questions. Continue reading full article
Well done, you have been offered a job……now what next?
With January being a busy time for job offers we are asked more than ever by successful job seekers what to do after they have landed a job. Therefore, we have written a guide, using our experience of the process, to ensure that the transition from job offer to start date goes as smoothly as possible.
THE JOB OFFER
Firstly congratulations! You have suitably impressed and it is important at this stage that you continue to do so. It is still imperative that you enter into any post offer communications in a professional and timely way. Continue reading full article
A survey undertaken by automotive and engineering recruitment specialist, Glen Callum Associates (GCA), indicates a massive sea-change in the world of recruitment for both employee and employer.
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