LAUNCH OF EXECUTIVE TALENT
LAUNCH OF EXECUTIVE TALENT SEARCH DIVISION MARKS TENTH ANNIVERSARY FOR RUBICON
Rubicon Search and Selection, the specialist recruiter for the Leisure Sector has reached ten years of age, but there is precious little time to party. Co Founder and Managing Director Emma Barton comments It has been a rollercoaster ride over the last ten years. We have dealt with the highs and lows of a volatile market over the last ten years and now we have the crunch. We have to stay focused for our candidates and our commercial accounts. There is a lot of fear and uncertainty in the market and we have found that offering a consultative ear to both can settle nerves and stimulate opportunities.
Through supporting some of the biggest brands in the Leisure Sector the company has gradually built its coverage and now boasts over 18,000 candidates. It recently launched a new corporate web site (www.rubicon.co.uk), expanded its services to offer consultancy, training and interim support and this month brings the launch of its latest venture RADAR Executive Search.
We work with some of the most respected business leaders in the industry and have taken their counsel over the last few months comments Emma. It is apparent that with the current market conditions people want to work with companies they can trust and the introduction of RADAR provides our customers a one stop shop for all their recruitment needs.
RADAR Executive Search and its sister brand RADAR Elite will offer a vehicle to tap exceptional talent currently secure in employment but not visible to the market. The Elite brand offers the additional service of fast track Executive Recruitment with an Interim Executive support function for companies with immediate support needs. RADAR Director Karen Brodie comments We have the industry knowledge and a support network of exceptional Interim Executives with proven track records in profit delivery during poor trading conditions.
There is no doubt that the next two years will be extremely challenging for the Leisure Sector but Emma believes opportunities wont dry up. Companies have been focusing on cost initiatives over the last few months but focus is now switching to revenue generation. Talent is required to secure a bigger slice of a declining pie and this is starting to stimulate revenue focused vacancies at all levels.