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Red Carpet Direct Winning the Recruitment War by Offering Development Opportunities


Updated: Oct 29

Running a prosperous business is dependent on attracting and retaining top talent. Southampton-based, Red Carpet Direct proclaims they are winning the recruitment war by offering development opportunities.

Managing Director at Red Carpet Direct, Amy Bushell, is dedicated to helping everyone who comes through the door the opportunity to achieve their goals and reach their potential.

A report from City & Guilds Group found that a third of employees have not received workplace training in the last five years or have never had any such training. At Red Carpet Direct, they have cultivated a culture of development, where learning and education are at the forefront. The event sales and marketing specialists are committed to offering regular up-skilling opportunities through workshops and seminars to enable their workforce to expand their knowledge and skill-set to progress their business development.

Only 33% of the 5,000 working-age people surveyed reported feeling positive about their future career prospects. Red Carpet Direct believe that many companies lose ambitious and talented individuals because they don't provide them with the chance to learn, grow and develop. At Red Carpet Direct, they are committed to offering development opportunities to those looking to take their careers to the next level. The firm has created a unique business development programme that teaches students all elements of Red Carpet Direct’s business fundamentals, including campaign management, client relations, sales and marketing techniques, team leadership, public speaking, and business management.

Everyone who joins the company is supported by a personal mentor and has access to a wide network of like-minded professionals, as well as the opportunity to attend worldwide industry conferences. Managing Director, Amy Bushell, is determined to help everyone to achieve their goals, no matter how big or small they are;

"One of the things I take the most satisfaction from is seeing people achieve their goals and fulfil their potential. I am incredibly proud of our business development programme, and I firmly believe it helps us to win the recruitment war."


SOURCE: https://workplaceinsight.net/uk-squandering-workers-potential-through-lack-of-training/




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