July 22, 2019
As with any relationship, be it business or personal, finding a partner that is the right fit can be a tricky business. It is important to get it right and that isn’t always an easy process. This is particularly true when it comes to selecting a recruitment partner.
As a candidate, you want to be confident that your recruitment partner will have your back, fight your corner and show you off in the absolute best light possible. The right partner will know how to enhance your assets and will understand you and your strengths. They will know instinctively which roles you will excel in and be mindful of your potential – pushing you to be the best that you can be, not allowing you to settle.
At Chrysalis we are committed to attracting high-quality candidates that will enhance our customer's businesses, adding value and moving them forwards. We recognise that it is in our interests to ensure that we look after our candidates all the way through the recruitment process – a positive candidate experience is essential.
We work with our candidates and add value to their job search experience;
We treat our candidates in the same way that we treat our customers – they deserve the utmost care and effort and that is why we have appointed a Talent Manager to simply focus on our candidate experience and ensure that their relationship with Chrysalis is nothing but positive.
Emer is our Talent Manager, she joined Chrysalis in an administrative role however it very quickly became evident that her drive and quality of people skills meant she was destined for a much more interactive role within the business. Emer takes care of candidate support to ensure that the candidate experience is of the highest quality.
“My role as Talent Manager at Chrysalis Recruitment Solutions is extremely rewarding, I thoroughly enjoy supporting our candidates, managing their journey and helping to place them in their dream jobs. It is extremely important to me and the rest of the team to provide every candidate we work with a positive experience of the recruitment process.”