Business Networking - Does it Pay?Posted in : HR Updates on 24 January 2011
Linzi Conway writes:
How often were we told as children, ‘Don’t talk to strangers’? I wonder is this why some people find networking so difficult? Being surrounded by the right business support networks can open a lot of doors. As an HR Specialist, being able to tap into forums, groups and networks for advice and guidance is very important. However, networking is also key to the success of the business, building the employer brand, attracting the right employees, understanding the competition and the marketplace and being able to use this information to help place HR policy and procedure at a strategic level. Business networking also gives you vital information on new initiatives, funding
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