How Manufacturers Can Save Money with Made Futures

How Manufacturers Can Save Money with Made Futures

How Manufacturers Can Save Money with Made Futures

Manufacturers should always be looking at where they can cut costs without cutting quality. As recruitment fees continue to rise across the country and job seekers look for a higher wage due to the rise in cost of living, manufacturers are experiencing pressure to pay out more than usual. With Made Futures, manufacturing members of the Made in Group can recruit for free* and promote their vacancies to over 1000+ aspiring manufacturing professionals. 

Highly intelligent, interactive platform madefutures.com was created by leading trade association for manufacturers - The Made in Group. Like many well known jobs boards, such as Indeed or Total Jobs, Made Futures allows job seekers to discover the array of opportunities in and around their area, specifically in manufacturing and engineering. The platform was created to encourage talented individuals to consider a role in manufacturing. 

Developed during the height of the pandemic, Made in Group launched the project to help bridge the skills gap in the sector and help people get back to work after the societal effects of COVID 19. 

Unlike recruitment agencies who charge employers ‘through the roof’ for finding their next talented recruit, Made Futures allows users to post their vacancies to an aggregated jobs board with over 1000 job seekers signed up. In just a few steps, employers can advertise their vacancies on madefutures.com, their made microsite and popular websites for free. 

*You must be a paying member of the Made in Group in order to access the Made Futures jobs board

Go to madefutures.com to find out more. If you are a member, find out how you post jobs here.