Monthly Archives: November 2017

Why Proper Recruitment Techniques Are Essential for a New Business

It’s a common misconception that recruitment software and campaign management are reserved only for large, established companies. This notion couldn’t be further from the truth. Instead, any business that plans to take on new staff should be focused on optimising their hiring process. When proper recruitment practices are in place, owners of small, medium and large businesses […]

5 Benefits of Hiring Part-Time Employees

Part-time employees provide countless benefits to start-ups, small business, SME’s, and even multi-national behemoths. Whether you lack the resources to hire an experienced professional full-time, or don’t need a full-time member of staff, a part-time hire could fill your needs whilst bringing an array of benefits to your business. The secret that many employers are […]

RESEARCH REVEALS! The 8 most common challenges facing UK In-house recruiters

In the last 18 months, we have surveyed hiring managers and recruiters from over 2000 companies in the UK – Asking each of them to highlight their biggest recruitment pains and challenges. ….And the results are in! In descending order, here are the most common recruitment challenges currently faced! According to you the in-house recruiter […]

The Real Benefits to Hiring Seniors

Employees are a business’s most important commodity. Without employees, the business won’t move. The best employees are honest, mature, focused, loyal, and dependable, and often hard to find. Employers spend millions  annually trying to find the perfect worker, only to discover that the worker lasts a few short months before making upward moves in his […]

Understanding why Recruitment Agencies are resistant to change

I have attended several site meetings with representatives from the agency Recruitment space recently and presented some compelling evidence of the dramatic changes taking place in the online world. It has been really interesting to see the diverse reactions you get, varying from surprise, to disbelief, to denial and responses that are sometimes positive and […]