We’ve been asking In-House recruiters what their biggest recruitment frustrations are. So far, providing an engaging candidate experience, improving recruitment efficiency, and reducing cost to hire came out on top. Sound familiar?
In this webinar with Narinder Hammond, LaunchPad and Alastair Frater, Arctic Shores, we explored how to solve recruitment challenges using the latest in recruitment tech, automation and gamification.
Narinder Hammond, Channel Partnerships Director, LaunchPad
With over 25 years of working in the recruitment industry, Narinder has a wealth of knowledge and experience helping customers to develop and deliver forward thinking recruitment strategies.
This includes working with RPO's, direct/in-house recruitment, assessment providers, technology providers, and consultancies to build customised and integrated end to end automated recruitment processes within a rapidly evolving candidate led market.
Partners and customers work with Narinder knowing that she has built up a very credible reputation and is exceptionally well connected within the industry, something that is invaluable in order to build truly great solutions.
Alastair Frater, Head of Sales, Arctic Shoresbr>>Alastair is Head of Sales at Arctic Shores and leads the Sales and Marketing Functions. Alastair manages a number of the business’ key accounts, including PwC, KPMG and Siemens, as well as a network of third-party partners.
With a background as a Business Psychologist, Alastair uses a consultative approach with clients and prospects to promote best practice in organisational selection and assessment. Alastair is passionate about next generation psychometric assessment and embracing innovation in the assessment space to improve client ROI and to boost candidate experience.
Prior to joining Arctic Shores Alastair led the Sales team at a leading traditional psychometric provider – so he has a wealth of assessment experience covering deploying aptitude assessments, personality questionnaires, situational judgment tests and assessment centre design projects. Prior to working in psychometrics Alastair spent a decade in advertising and marketing, specialising in consumer analytics.