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For Recruiters

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  • How to help your candidates relax at an interview

    22 Mar 2019

    Interviews for anyone, at any level, can be intimidating. Nerves can be shot, confidence can be faltering, their fear of the question they haven't prepared for can be preying on their mind, and they can't work out what you are thinking as they answer your questions. All are real issues for the majority of interviews, and if this is the job of their dreams, they will feel like they've got too much to lose if they get it wrong.

  • Keeping Your Candidates Happy - Even When There's Bad News

    19 Mar 2019

    Us employers have difficult decisions to make when we’re recruiting: who to shortlist and interview, and who to hire. Recruitment can be a tough process, and it’s just as tough for the candidates searching for their next career move, or their first rung on the ladder.

  • Preventing Discrimination in Recruitment

    01 Mar 2019

    It’s very easy to slip into informal conversation mode during job interviews when things are going well, and when that happens, it’s just as easy to start asking questions that you wouldn’t have planned to on a formal basis.

  • Securing Top Talent

    01 Mar 2019

    As recruiters, we all want to hire the best people possible, and we all know it’s not easy. Many think it’s all about offering the highest amount of cash possible to entice people away from the competition, but there’s so much more than money to think about - things that can make a major difference to your recruitment. Here are some pointers for the things we know are truly important:

  • Probation, Trial Period or Fixed Term Contract: Which is Best?

    23 Jul 2018

    You’ve made the decision to advertise a job, but you know that a critical issue in the appointment of whoever you choose is that they deliver the goods, otherwise their appointment isn’t a good use of company cash. Whether that’s about meeting targets quickly, delivering the sales income they need to, or turning your business around, it’s all about setting, monitoring and meeting objectives. Whichever option you choose, make sure your employment contract reflects reality! That aside, read on: