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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.
At Blue Octopus, we understand how essential industry knowledge and up to date market information is to stay relevant in an ever-changing, shifting world. With over 10 years’ experience, we are dedicated to driving progression – for both our clients, and their potential talent.
The current uncertainty, both around the long-term outcome and the short-term risks, in itself makes the operating environment for Social Housing associations increasingly difficult. Whilst there may be challenging times ahead, there are however, positive changes happening in 2019 and beyond.
At Blue Octopus, we understand that getting recruitment and HR practices right is simultaneously more important and more challenging than ever before. Attracting the right talent for your organisation is essential – we all need good people, especially in today’s ever-changing world.
Blue Octopus listens to the market and we use our knowledge, experience and insights to develop smart solutions and next generation technology to address end users’ needs.
To find out how we can help change the way you connect with the best talent within the Social Housing sector and how we can support your organisation both now and, in the future, get in touch today or book a demo.
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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.