Monthly Archives: October 2019

Workplace

Ways HR Can Improve Workplace Creativity

Article by Chandler C. Creativity in the workplace is often considered to be a key element in driving the growth of a business. There are many reasons why creativity could be stifled in an office work environment. There are ways to improve ingenuity and inspiration that should always exist when working in a corporate environment […]

Events

Upcoming SRO Events For 2019

Smart Recruit Online has a fully booked events calendar for the rest of 2019! If you are attending any of the events let us know, we’d love to see you there. If you havent yet got your tickets then see below for links to free registration for every event. Festival of Enterprise – 23rd – 24th […]

Customer

Is this the most highly endorsed recruitment service in the UK?

Article by Mark Stephens. Having successfully completed more than 500 customer feedback surveys in the last 5 years, we can now confirm that 98% of all Smart Recruit Online (SRO) customers gave the maximum 5 out of 5 ratings against their onboarding and customer support services. 94% of all SRO users gave a 5 out […]

cv

Is the traditional CV now dead?

By Mark Stephens. An article that I read this morning encouraged me to share a few thoughts and insights on this topic. Increases in attrition levels and longer bedding in periods before new hires become productive are becoming more commonplace, and can often be traced back to poor or inadequate recruitment practices. The limitations of […]

Hypnotherapy

The Power of Hypnotherapy

By Amanda Coles. Hello! My name is Amanda Coles and I spent over 20 years working in Corporate HR before retraining as an NLP Hypnotherapist and Life/Business Coach. But I have a confession to make, and it took me years to confront it. Throughout my 20’s and 30’s I suffered with anxiety, stress and panic […]

Health

Health, Wellbeing & Mental Health Community goes live

By Mark Stephens Its time to take action As a nation, we are travelling head-first into a national crisis around mental health, with the NHS and GP’s already overloaded beyond their capacity. Subsequently, without the resources to cope, individuals are being signed off work and prescribed antidepressants at an alarming rate. This is leading to […]