Business Tv Show Asks, Where Has All The Talent Gone

England,, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 17, 2008 -- It's a cliché, but the most important resource a business has is its people. As a consequence, finding and recruiting top talent can be a perennial headache for business owners and managers. With great staff a business will thrive, but mistakes in recruiting soon become incredibly costly.

Meanwhile, every week thousands of candidates are scanning the market each week looking for great career opportunities. So why, when there is such high demand, is it so tough to connect top talent with the businesses who need it?

In a new and highly collaborative business TV series , leading online business TV network yourBusinessChannel speaks to top talent recruitment consultants and business experts [http://www.yourbusinesschannel.com/experts.aspx?scope=section&section=sales&m=4] to get the latest, most powerful, practical thinking and advice on attracting and retaining brilliant staff. The business TV series will also talk to candidates about their experiences with recruitment and job hunting.

Recruiting talent is a key challenge for small business, according to Features Editor with the business TV network [http://www.yourbusinesschannel.com/syndicatorpanel.aspx?sn=yBC_channels] , Mark Sinclair. “Attracting talent rates right up there with boosting sales as a key area of concern for our viewers. At at a time like this when there is huge uncertainty in the business world, the decisions business people make are crucial.”

“Naturally business experts tend to focus on the best way for employers to brand themselves in a way that is attractive to talent, and to locate that talent. That’s valuable expert business advice for entrepreneurs. But with this series we also want to talk to candidates themselves to hear their side of the story. That should give us fantastic insight into what businesses should be doing, and it also gives us the opportunity to assist candidates at the same time.”

Business experts and candidates interested in contributing to the business TV series can contact the yourBusinessChannel editorial team at editorial.g@ybc.tv for further information. The series will be promoted to over ten million businesspeople and business television [http://www.yourbusinesschannel.com/section.aspx?section=theweb&m=2] viewers worldwide through yourBusinessChannel’s syndication network.

Further links/information:

* View this and other business TV shows featuring business experts. http://www.yourbusinesschannel.com

* News about the latest expert business advice and upcoming business TV shows. [http://www.yourbusinesschannel.com/blog.aspx]

* Business television on your website or blog. [http://www.yourbusinesschannel.com/partner.aspx]

Contact :

David Chandler

yourBusinessChannel

England, UK

+44 (0) 870 041 0459

david@ybc.tv

http://www.yourbusinesschannel.com

About yourBusinessChannel

Business experts and candidates interested in contributing to the business TV series can contact the yourBusinessChannel editorial team for further information.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 16, 2008 at 1:04 am
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