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Something to shout about: Glen Callum join the IAAF: The voice of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket

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Automotive aftermarket recruitment specialist, Glen Callum Associates have joined the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF).

The IAAF is a trade association that represent its members on both a national and international platform, lobbying on behalf of the independent automotive sector. They are passionate in their aims to promote the future of the independent automotive aftermarket and offer a wealth of networking opportunities enabling its members to share ideas; keep abreast of current developments, whilst also keeping on the pulse with the latest industry news.

What can Glen Callum offer the IAAF Members?

A name you can trust

Given that Glen Callum Associates have recently celebrated 21 years as a specialist automotive, manufacturing and technical engineering recruiter, their specialism is their ability to quickly find in demand skills and talent, drawing on vast experience, advertising reach and innovative search technology.Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation, General Meeting, Julian Curtis, Kerrie Richards, Glen Callum Associates, Recruitment Practises, ethical recruiters, ethical recruiting, IAAF, Glen Callum Ethical recruiting, News, Industry, Continue reading full article

How to recruit staff simply and effectively

Attracting and retaining the right people to your business is key to your success. Ensuring managers and hirers are accessing a recruitment method that enables them to recruit quickly, cost effectively and successfully is crucial.

At Glen Callum Associates we have a tried and tested recruitment method offering a service that has guaranteed us top results, continued repeat clients and most importantly candidates who are happy and successful in their roles. Continue reading full article