PINNACLE CONSULTINGRecruitment for the Building Products sector
Employer Recruitment and Development Guides
A series of guides designed to help Construction product manufactures and distributors make all the right moves when recruiting and developing existing employees.

Recruitment and Development Guides for Employers

We have produced a number of construction industry guides for employers in the building and construction products industry. These are designed to to help you maximise the potential from your current and future staff. 

One of the ways we do this is by speaking to people within the industry and getting their thoughts and opinion based on actual industry experience, in addition to our many years of recruitment experience.

The below resources will assist in your recruitment or restructuring decisions and help to achieve an environment where your staff are able to develop and add real value to the company.

How the ‘inside sales’ department is revolutionising manufacturers
How to achieve and benefit from a positive environment in the workplace
What should employers expect from a recruitment consultant?
Why do employers sometimes make poor appointments?
Do you look for industry experience or superior selling skills?
The relationship between Operations and Sales departments

You may also find useful our guides aimed at Sales and Marketing professionals in the building products industry. These guides are designed to help them develop in their current roles or for their plans to find a new job to achieve their career goals. Click here to find out more…

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