Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (RBG Kew) is a globally-renowned centre for botanical knowledge.

Before implementing Unit4 Recruitment, delivered by Hireserve, the RBG Kew in-house recruitment team looked a little like this:

  • 10,000 applications received annual
  • All processes manual and paper-based
  • Physical shortlisting packages sent to panel members
  • Paper folders created for each candidate

Read the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew case study to discover how the organisation automated its processes, enhanced its screening processes and save circa. £16,000 a year.

“Treat your ATS provider as a partner. You want a proactive and inventive ATS partner – a team which is open to your ideas and processes and can always think up a work-around or new solution. We’re continually evolving our use of Unit4 Recruitment and work closely with Hireserve to keep tweaking it. In a way, they have become like an extension of my own team!”

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About the author

Tristan Potter

Tristan has a decade's worth of experience writing content and copy for organisations across Bristol and the Southwest of England. He has written on a diverse range of topics, including technology, philosophy, politics, and recruitment. His writing has appeared in The Drum, HR Grapevine, and The Guardian, among other publications. He joined Hireserve in March 2022.