About us


Companies become increasingly more strategic in their approach to Supply Chain, as such the need for qualified and experienced personnel in the areas of Supply Chain Planning, Procurement and Logistics is considered instrumental.

RoCHe Recruitment Solutions Ltd emerged out of a desire to set up a recruitment practice focused solely on delivering quality tailor made recruitment solutions to both candidates and clients in the ever developing Supply Chain market. Working with a network of professional candidates, relationships are long-standing and our candidates often become our clients.

RoCHe Recruitment Solutions predominantly sources its candidates by networking and acting on recommendations. Our consultancy team, experienced professionals in both Supply Chain and Recruitment, specialise in Permanent and Contract opportunities uniquely within Supply Chain.

For information on how to place a vacancy or register as a candidate, please contact us on 0207 207 3482 or email us on info@rocherecruitment.com.

We look forward to working with you!
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Supply Chain News


How Employers can Attract New Supply Chain Talent:  

Fewer supply chain candidates appear to be looking to change employers due to the uncertainty about the future, and international candidates are less likely to commit to permanent roles in the UK as a result of Brexit. This means that companies have to work harder than ever to attract talent in this candidate driven market. 

1. Network
Whether you're networking on LinkedIn, Facebook, or at the latest conference, it's important to network in the passive candidate market as well as the active. Some of the best candidates in the market are not actively looking for opportunities and so, if you want to be the one to find them, set some time aside to do just that.

2. Invest in a Great Job Advertisement
With so many fantastic opportunities out there, it's more important than ever to immerse the candidate in the role on offer, and to give them a sense of the everyday; which stakeholders they will be working with? Where does the role sit in the organisation? Remember, a job description is not the same as a job advert and it is important to distinguish the two as each has a difference purpose entirely.

3. Review the Salary
Keep up to date with salaries in the market. Do they remain competitive?  A brand name isn’t everything in a candidate driven market.

4. Bring the Benefit
Ensure benefits are current and reflective of today’s working environment. Flexible working is fast becoming a crucial soft benefit - is your business embracing this? If you have a start up environment, there are several ‘off the shelf’ benefits packages available. 

5. Use a Niche Recruiter
A great recruiter will offer insight and advice on each of the above as part of their recruitment service. Niche recruiters hold a plethora of useful information on their sector and they will work with you to map where your roles sit in the job market. 


 
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