Write "yes" on the following text-area to display the CTA section
Following our successful shortlisting in the APSCo Awards for Excellence, CEO of Volcanic, Rob Wilde, this week joins a panel discussion with the APSCo judges in the run up to the finalist announcement on 18 October 2017.
Celebrating outstanding achievement in the professional recruitment sector, the APSCo Awards are firmly established as the most prestigious accolade in recruitment and set the benchmark of excellence in the industry.
Rob said: “The awards recognise not only innovation, best practice and outstanding achievement in the recruitment sector, but also highlight the value of a trusted recruitment partner who can help recruitment agencies and job boards build their brand amongst their stakeholders.
"Volcanic has levelled the playing field in recruitment technology allowing businesses of all sizes to access a market-leading platform and to compete using the same technology. Volcanic delivers innovative services, acting as a website and job board builder, and a recruitment specialist that supports the industry in its key challenges. The sector has the technology to realise the competitive advantage that has made the UK labour market one of the most viable and progressive in the world. No other technology business has been developed to sustain and grow a sector in the way that Volcanic supports the recruitment industry.
“One example of our forward-thinking in the recruitment sector is our GDPR-compliant website that we launched to more than 90 stakeholders and partners at our industry event, Volcanic Erupt, in London last month. We believe we’re ahead of the curve in having a GDPR-compliant platform, which will be available to all clients.
“We continually update our easy-to-buy, all-inclusive SaaS platform to bring best-in-class technology to all our clients.”
Volcanic is supporting the recruitment industry towards GDPR compliance ahead of the May 2018 deadine. Download your free guide to GDPR for recruitment agencies that walks you through the 12 principles set out by the ICO and gives pragmatic advice on how to deal with them, or contact us for more information.