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Having worked both in-house and supplier side, Natalie Cannon – Head of Client Services for Green Park’s People Solutions Practice explains how collaboration and a flexible service help Green Park keep pace with a fast-changing market. With an exceptional insight into both clients’ and candidates’ needs, she has an impressive track record in developing strong strategic partnerships.
Watch this video, to discover what sets Green Park apart for Natalie as she discusses the factor that makes the business different.
ABOUT NATALIE CANNON
Green Park welcomed Natalie to the business in 2018. Since then, her 15 years in the recruitment industry have proved invaluable. Drawing on experience spanning both the private and public sector, Natalie has shaped the People Solutions Practice as well as countless bespoke recruitment solutions.
ABOUT PEOPLE SOLUTIONS
People Solutions was established to tackle the growing complexity of our client’s needs. We provide organisations with a scalable approach to address the key issues affecting their talent attraction,retention and management processes.
Our team can manage the delivery of people strategy as an outsourced partner or alternatively, we can deliver flexible solutions targeting specific business issues. With an in-depth understanding of key industry challenges/trends and unique collective expertise, we have a proven track of delivering long-lasting, sustainable results.
Only established in 2016, People Solutions have placed over 700 roles across a broad range of functions including: Programme/Project Management; Digital, Data & Technology; Communications & Marketing; HR; Policy; Finance; Commercial and Administration.
We operate across the UK, Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East and North and South America. International placements include Peru, USA, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, China, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Kenya, Kazakhstan and Switzerland.