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Candidate Experience: The 10 Commandments

With employment at a record high and a growing skills shortage across many sectors, providing a positive candidate experience is more important than ever. As competition for talent increases, jobseekers can be more selective about the roles they apply for and the companies they choose to work for. If a candidate has a poor experience ...more

5 tips for implementing recruitment technology successfully

Even market-leading recruitment technology won’t do much to serve your business’s hiring needs if it isn’t implemented well. The below five tips should help you to avoid the most common pitfalls. 1.Ask questions before signing a contract Before agreeing to take on any given software package, it’s well worth asking the vendor for testimonials from ...more

5 unhelpful misconceptions about performance management

Recruiting staff is one thing, but gaining the utmost worth from them is quite another – and for that, your firm will need the right performance management approach. However, it’s also fair to say that performance management has had a bit of a bad rap over the years. It doesn’t help that there are so ...more

5 Reasons Why You Should Invest in an Applicant Tracking System

Many companies are currently struggling to manage their recruitment process; is yours one of them? Whether you’re overspending on recruitment agencies, taking months to make a hire or neglecting to nurture your candidates, a poorly thought-out recruitment process can add hours of work to your week (and drain thousands of pounds from your budget). We’re ...more

Make sure your company attracts more graduates in 2017

It’s tricky enough for most businesses to lure the right people in the first place, without the state of the job market making their job harder – but that’s precisely what’s happening in 2017. If you think back to the years immediately following the late 2000s financial crash, you may recall that companies were generally ...more