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We understand that talent acquisition and management is crucial to success. Every industry needs good people to help it succeed; no matter what that industry or sector might be.
With over a decade of experience and knowledge, Blue Octopus continues to lead the way in talent acquisition within the Social Housing sector. In an ever-growing, competitive market, we listen, understand and use our market knowledge to develop smart solutions using next generation technology to address end users’ needs.
Social housing in 2019
Social housing doesn’t just give people somewhere to live, it gives individuals and families a home. Social Housing usually provides renters long-term tenancy, providing them the chance to put down roots. Throughout 2019 we have seen changes to Social Housing, and these changes are set to continue.
Blue Octopus works with clients across the Social Housing sector, providing forward-thinking talent solutions and helping them stay relevant in a world that’s moving at pace.
Get in touch with our team today on 0113 532 3418 or email email@example.com and find out how we could support you.
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