At Sirona Consulting, we specialise in recruitment. We help and advise companies struggling to recruit talent effectively to leverage social media and different technologies to improve their recruitment strategy and recruitment process.
Without the right talent companies cannot deliver on their business objectives and keep their shareholders and customers happy.
We help you re-align your recruitment strategy to deliver the talent your company needs both now and in the future.
Competition for the best talent is the highest it has been for many years, and is only going to get worse.
We guide you through the process of successfully integrating social media into your recruitment strategy to reach new audiences.
Recruitment systems, technologies and processes have been forgotten, neglected or are no longer fit for purpose.
Our knowledge in recruitment process and technologies allow us to help you find improvements, efficiencies and time savings.
Over the last few months we have all seen LinkedIn reduce the capability to easily connect and network with people. While I have no issue with them doing this (they are a business after all), it gets a little frustrating when methods you have used for ages suddenly disappear without warning (or explanation). I […]
Google+ and Twitter are still being under-used by recruiters and sourcers looking to identify and engage with new candidates. There are huge advantages – 2.6 billion - in using these platforms to identify prospective talent across all sectors, industries and in different countries. Yesterday I delivered a live webinar for Sourcecon (ERE), on the […]
As a recruiter or a sourcer, you want people (applicants, candidates, referrals etc) to find you, don’t you? You are at the very least using LinkedIn and maybe even some other social networks, so it isn’t as if you are being bashful with your digital presence, is it? So why are so many recruiters still playing […]
Hands-up if you subscribe to the theory, ‘Facebook is rubbish for recruiting’. Well you won’t be the only one, the majority of recruiters I come across seem to adopt this approach to the world’s largest social network. For many (especially Europeans), it is ‘private’ and restricted to their friends and family, and they leave […]