Services for Employers

I enjoyed the session and found the tips very useful.  - Undergraduate attending Sian's seminar

  • Employability support for schools and colleges

    Nail that Job at careers fair

    How effective is your school at supporting your students into the world of work? Did you know that Ofsted's latest definition of 'careers guidance' includes the need for schools to provide 'work search programmes and transition services'?

    Employers commonly express dissatisfaction with young peoples' work readiness as they enter the labour market, but with the impending changes in school leaving ages, is your school or college fully equipped to help all your students become work ready? Student leaver destinations will increasingly be used as one success marker of educational settings- have you got the capacity to ensure that those measures are as effective as they could be?Click here to find out more...

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  • Recruitment services and training for employers

    select the right candidate for you

    If you are planning to grow your business and  need to recruit new people now, do you have the necessary selection expertise ready to start?  It has probably been a long time since anyone in your business recruited and you can expect a high number of applicants to any advertisement, which does not necessarily guarantee a strong field. Nail That Job can help you manage the entire recruitment process from drawing up your job descriptions to  helping you  interview shortlisted candidates or training your staff in modern recruitment processes. Click here to read more.....

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  • Redundancy planning

    Do you need to let staff go in order to keep your organisation viable in difficult times? Are you uncertain of how to plan the process, deliver the bad news and manage morale for all those involved?

    Nail That Job offers an effective, professional and discreet service to support organisations needing to make staff redundant. Click here for more information.....

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