Wren had significant staffing challenges and needed to increased their headcount. They were also wanting to change their shift patterns to two different shifts. Locally they had been using recruitment agencies to source candidates for them, however they were running low on talent having all sourced from the same availability. We very quickly understood their internal staffing concerns and knew we could support them with this. It was clear that without addressing these challenges their already stretch lead times would be further stretched meaning customer service and output would also be impacted. It really was a problem they needed solving.
We took time with Wren Bev TBC Vice President Kes TBC Production Manager and other key stakeholders to understand and learn’t the culture and values of Wren what they needed from their employees, how they structure works to ensure we had the in-depth knowledge of the business and roles required.
Our marketing and social media team ran a dedicated Wren marketing campaign across Facebook platforms in three languages, English, Polish and Romanian. Our recruitment team, many of which are international speaking numerous languages with networks of people across various channels sourced talent from all over the UK and even from the local area around Wren that had already been previously reviewed demonstrating our skills of finding that hidden talent!
Dual branding across all marketing on all
campaigns that ran
Wren factory is in a challenging location for non-drivers which Wren recognised and were very keen to work with us on. They provided a subsided bus from Doncaster which has proved to be an immense pull for candidates
XX candidates have been attracted and relocated from all over the UK by our placement team, we have assisted in finding accommodation and relocated them utilising Workforce fleet of cars
Enhanced pay at 12 weeks
Gender nutural wording used in advertising to find the correct target audience for the roles