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The world is changing. Businesses within most major industries are experiencing an age of digital transformation. Here at Blue Octopus, change doesn’t scare us. Change drives us. We are constantly listening, challenging and leading industry change.
Established in 2010, Blue Octopus recognised how critical talent acquisition and management is to all successful businesses, no matter the size. We also recognised how expensive and time-consuming recruitment can be to any business. As a result, Blue Octopus was formed with the central premise of always offering a next generation, tech-led online recruitment management solution.
Octo Recruitment Technology
Technology to streamline recruitment and HR practises Octo is our next generation talent acquisition platform which uses advanced technology to both streamline and elevate your recruitment and HR practices. Octo, enables you to work faster and more efficiently. And, it’s available across all devices – a must in today’s fast paced world.
Gain deeper insight Octo smart technology allows you to manage and track all your recruitment processes from one central hub. Our technology allows you to use analytics and generate custom-built reports so you can keep track of each role, candidate and where they are in your recruitment process.
Tech solutions to suit your budgetWe all need good people, yet recruitment is seen to be expensive. With Blue Octopus, it’s not. There are too many applicant tracking systems out there that make unrealistic claims. We provide scalable solutions to suit you; working to your needs and budget.
Technology driven brand engagementAs an employer, engaging potential employees with your brand is essential to the recruitment process. With our services, we help you attract new talent by showing them what your business stands for, from the first interaction.
Increase Attraction of Top TalentAs the world grows, we recognise the fight for talent is becoming more competitive, so we act boldly and quickly to help the businesses we partner with stand out from the crowd. With access to the best job boards, leading online platforms and CV databases, we expand your reach and find the talent you need quickly and efficiently.
Get in touch today to find out how Blue Octopus can change the way you connect and find the best talent for your business and the future of your brand.
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In light of changing market dynamics, the UK Manufacturing industry is currently facing many new challenges – as well as opportunities. The current global environment is unhelpful, and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit is certainly also a big consideration for many businesses right now.
The UK is due to leave the European Union on 31 October, with Boris Johnson promising this deadline will be met even without a deal. While the impact on the Education sector is likely to be less than on other areas of the economy, no longer being a member of the EU – a relationship established 45 years ago – will certainly bring changes and challenges to negotiate.
With increasingly demanding customers, technology disturbance and globalpossibilities, the retail, consumer and leisure industries are undergoing extraordinary changes.
As the uncertainty of Brexit continues to dominate the news, many industries are preparing for the likely changes coming. The Not-For-Profit sector is not excluded, as many charities are making plans ahead of October 31st.
The construction and infrastructure industry play a key strategic role in the UK economy. Not only is it a significant employer and driver of economic growth in itself, it is also at the core of the Government's plans to reinforce the economy by implementing ambitious infrastructure plans set out in the National Infrastructure Pipeline.
In the coming months, decisions relating to Brexit have the potential to deliver significant changes to the political and economic context we are all operating in; this will affect many industries - including the social housing sector.