The Talent FM philosophy and approach is simple - our strength and success comes from working uniquely to support you through your process - tailoring our approach to suit your needs and catering for your requirements at any stage of the recruitment journey.
We take a holistic view of your talent management strategy and advise on all aspects of the people life cycle.
Consultancy, Soft Services Recruitment, Property Management Recruitment, Facilities
To help you to identify and engage the best talent in the FM marketplace we provide :
|Assessment Centres||Database Search||Open Days|
|Search and Selection||Headhunting Campaigns||Networking Events|
We are FM recruitment specialists and each of our consultants work within their own specialisms as well, so we are industry and sector experts.
This unique approach approach saves our clients significant amount of time and money as we always get it right, first time and every time. And it ensures that our candidates get informed, expert advice.
We put our customers at the forefront of all we do and work hard to make sure that your Talent FM experience is a positive and successful one.
Our specialisms include:
|Senior FM Appointments||Global Stars in FM||FM in Managing Agents|
|Building Services / M&E||FM in Legal Practices||FM in Shopping Centres|
To help you develop and retain your talent we partner with the some of the best executive coaches and occupational psychologists in the market. Utilising our extensive industry knowledge we offer all our clients impartial and informed advice on all aspects of rewards and benefits, including salary benchmarking.
If you need to make people redundant, we offer exceptional outplacement support to those whose contracts are under threat.
A report conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development identified that 86% of companies experience difficulties recruiting new people. 80% of companies believe that the departure of a new employee has a negative effect on business performance. With these alarming statistics; can you afford to get it wrong?