VMA Group – Value ‘Matching’ Add
With an aptitude for talking and writing, and a real desire to collaborate for success, I found myself an internal communication practitioner before I even knew what internal communication was! Eight years on and I now wholly believe that internal communication is one of the most powerful ways to boost individual, team and organisational performance, in an increasingly competitive world.
In February 2011, I made the move from in-house Internal Communication into specialist Internal Communication Recruitment, and VMA Group.
VMA Group had always supported me as both a client, with my recruitment needs, and a candidate, acting as a career partner.
As internal communication professionals often describe themselves as operating in the ‘white spaces between the boxes of their organisational charts’, I have always understood that good recruiters operate in the spaces between an organisation and its prospective employee, and a candidate and its prospective employer. Our role is to tease out the candidate’s true personality, expertise and skills, strengths and development areas, while also really getting under the skin of an organisation’s culture; truly understanding the challenges the business faces and the opportunities they present. We expertly match people and jobs.
This ‘matching’ process is the true value-add and where VMA Group, with its mix of recruitment and industry experts and focus on relationship building and insight, really excels.
But don’t just take my word for it. It’s not just about the number of successful placements we’ve made, but also the number of candidates who, having found their own roles, return to us needing support to find the RIGHT role. And our clients who turn to us time and time again, knowing that we’ll find them the RIGHT person – that special someone who’ll add real value to their business.
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