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TPP - Putting the PPL back into Principles

By Nadia Owen, 4MAT Business Communications Executive

By Nadia Owen, 4MAT Business Communications Executive

If youíre a candidate looking for a job with good karma, TPP is there to help. One of the original charity recruiters, founded in 1996, TPP prides itself on its dedication towards placing the right person in the right charity or not for profit job. To facilitate this, TPP recently upgraded their website, which is now powered by recruitment web specialists 4MAT.

With 2 interfaces (Not For Profit and TPP Newman), this easy to use website reinforces the well-known TPP brand and encourages interaction from both a client and candidate perspective. With a massive focus on ensuring the candidate service is first-rate, TPPís consultants stick to their principles when it comes to candidate relationship management, as they know that todayís candidates are tomorrowís clients. This dedication is further demonstrated with the vast amount of advice in the Candidate section of the website, ranging from standard CV advice to advice for new members of the charitable sector, to specific area advice (PR, Marketing, HR, Medical, Finance, Volunteering etc.)

TPPís digital marketing executive, Stewart Young said: ìAs our old site was built on dated technology it was vital that we revamp our online strategy. We therefore turned to 4Mat to help us really make our website work for us once more and weíre delighted with the results.î

TPP run numerous events throughout the year, and their Events section of the website exemplifies this, with a variety of content-managed pages added and adapted as these events come and go. The subject matter is all applicable to TPPís existing and potential clients and candidates, and all with the goal of education and improvement. Add to this TPPís corporate social responsibility notes, this really is an agency that lives up to its commitment claims. Let the competition have their over-the-top websites: TPPís content shines their way to the top.