Whitehall Resources launch new website
The site is designed with the company’s focus to deliver an exceptional service for both candidates & clients. The new website is accessible at www.whitehallresources.co.uk.
The core purpose of the new site is to make it easier for candidates and clients to navigate, to make it faster and to give WHR full control of content with a bespoke Content Management System. The CMS will allow for the latest SAP & Oracle vacancies, content and industry news to be accessible straight from the site. Smaller improvements include a quicker and easier job search function simple CV upload tool capability for users to email a job back to themselves for future reference and multiple ways in which visitors can connect with Whitehall Resources’ and their Specialist Consultant’s via social media. Whitehallresources.de and whitehallresources.fr have also been integrated into the site, and will be fully functional later on in the year.
The new site is fully compatible on a mobile device, expanding Whitehall Resources’ reach across platforms. The homepage brings the WHR brand to life with full page and vibrant photos representing a number of the core industries they operate within.
Managing director, Tremayne Hall commented, “At the eve of our seventh Year I am very happy to announce the launch of our new website and SAP corporate video. I would like to thank our loyal employees, candidates and clients for their support and look forward to the next 10 Years!”
He added, “If I had to pick just one thing that sets Whitehall Resources apart, it's our people. The knowledge they hold, the embodiment of our culture of collaborative teamwork to share that knowledge, their skill as recruiters, their loyalty, honesty... But mostly it’s our passion our passion to deliver the very best service, experience and quality for our clients and candidates. I hope you’ll agree our new website reflects that”.
Whitehall Resources’ welcome visitors to the new website and encourage that you provide your thoughts and experience whilst navigating the content.