BlueSky PR January 2018 Round Up

It’s been a busy start to the year for BlueSky PR with our team generating over 100 pieces of quality coverage for our clients in the recruitment, HR and talent management sectors. Below are just some of January's highlights.

Results from the fifth annual UK Recruitment Index from Deloitte and the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) featured in a number of business, HR and recruitment press including Economia, Staffing Industry Analysts and the Global Recruiter. APSCo chief executive Ann Swain also appeared on BBC 5 Live’s Breakfast Show and BBC London’s Drivetime to provide her thoughts on a controversial job advert which listed the ‘ability to deal with male banter’ as part of the job spec.

We secured the specialist executive search firm RBL Associates’ first guest blog for renowned sales training company Miller Heiman and founder Richard Lowe’s sixth column for the sales professionals website Sales Initiative was also published.

Boutique finance agency Global Accounting Network’s head of interim services Hugh Spurling was profiled in Recruitment Grapevine’s long-running ‘The CV of…’ feature, whilst the interview advice of  founding partner Adrian O’Connor was featured in The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants’ (AICPA) Financial Management magazine.

Alexander Mann Solutions’ recommendations to HR leaders concerning the benefits of robotic automation were picked up by press including Recruitment Buzz and Sync NI. The talent management edition of current affairs publication Raconteur featured the expert opinions of global head of talent acquisition Lisa Forrest and director Jeremy Tipper for articles on performance related pay and the senior management gap that is being left behind by retiring baby-boomers.

Read some of our clients’ testimonials to discover what they have to say about us.

Interested in finding out how we can secure quality PR coverage for your recruitment business? Get in touch today.

Subscribe to the BlueSky Blog

The personal information you provide will help us to deliver, develop and promote our products and services. Submitting your details indicates that you have read and agree to our privacy policy and cookie policy.

And don’t worry, we hate spam too! You can unsubscribe at any time.

Related post

BlueSky PR May 2019 PR Highlights

It has definitely been a turbulent month for the...

BlueSky PR April 2019 PR Highlights

It has been a busy April here at BlueSky PR, with...

BlueSky PR March 2019 PR Highlights

There’s never a dull moment here at BlueSky PR....

BlueSky PR January 2019 PR Highlights

The BlueSky PR team kicked off the New Year in...

0 thoughts on “BlueSky PR January 2018 Round Up