February, the month of love and overindulging in pancakes, was also a month of coverage success for the BlueSky PR Team. With so much happening in the recruitment world, from IR35 changes to shifting talent demands, we’ve been extremely busy getting our clients in front of the right people. Here are some highlights from February.
The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) secured over 40 pieces of quality coverage in sector, recruitment and HR press, including People Management, Staffing Industry Analysts, Global Recruiter, Contractor UK and more.
We worked with Guidant Global to share its messaging on the importance of a people-first strategy to drive employee performance. Our partnership resulted in coverage across Corporate INTL, TALiNT International, Incentive & Motivation and many more leading publications.
In February, Alexander Mann Solutions shared insight on 3D diversity, which is a core segment of the firm’s new whitepaper that focuses on early careers recruitment. Our on-going support for the company resulted in press releases and features covered in Facilities Management Journal, HR Director, IT Supply Chain and in other key press.
Our team helped IR35 recruitment specialist, Kingsbridge, share its warning of the potential loss of high-skilled contractors as a result of knee-jerk reactions to IR35. This was covered in the likes of London Loves Business, Staffing Industry Analysts, CCR Magazine and Business Money amongst others.
A press release from leading global background screening provider, Sterling, urging businesses to take background checks more seriously in light of a slew of recent incidents in the healthcare sector, was covered in Business Manager News, Corporate INTL, Business in the News and more.
After UK company, Salt Recruitment Group, part-acquired Recruit Digital to form “Salt South Africa”, we helped the brand share this news in key South African sector press and recruitment publications including Ventureburn, Biz Community, Recruiter, Staffing Industry Analysts to name a few.