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Weploy helping VHA members to build leaner and more agile businesses

Posted 08 August 2018

Weploy, administrative recruitment partner of the VHA, has worked with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre to help build a leaner and more agile organisation. It accomplished this by not only understanding the specific recruitment needs of its client, but by developing a flexible approach that aligns with the culture of the organisation.

As a leading cancer research not-for profit organisation, aside from experience and qualifications, the organisation places a high value in the attitude and approach of its employees and an understanding of the impact of the work they do.

‘We don’t have the resources like an internal recruitment team to constantly vet workers, so we benefit enormously when the first candidate is the right person for the job,’ Carl Young, Fundraising Director at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre said.

Having an agile workforce for a lean operation is also a priority for Peter Mac, particularly when responding to crucial times throughout its operation. Weploy demonstrated that it was quick to respond and willing to collaborate with Peter Mac on this.

‘Weploy helps us maintain quality service delivery while going through spikes in workload, but also to then scale down to conserve our resources once peak periods pass,’ said Mr Young.

A part of the Weploy approach is to effectively understand and identify the needs of its clients, so that ‘Weployees’ become a part of the fabric of an organisation.

‘The people that we get via Weploy are very much Peter Mac people - willing to learn and hardworking.’

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