For most businesses today, remote work benefits are no longer an outlier. Even if full-time remote positions aren’t an option for your company, most of the workforce would prefer to work with some deviation from a standard 9 to 5 office schedule. Flexible work hours, part-time work from home and even coworking spaces are all becoming key components of the overall business landscape. (more…)
We start off mental health awareness week with a post covering the most important topic that faces Recruiters at the earliest stages of the recruitment process – the legality of mental health related questions during the interview process. (more…)
As unemployment remained at its lowest levels since records began throughout 2018, many businesses recruiting staff felt the impact in the form of reduced applications and fewer ‘quality’ applicants. However, you may be surprised by the type of roles that struggled most last year and thanks to data provided by Indeed, we can now reveal the 10 jobs that proved most difficult to fill last year, based on the length of time that they remained ‘open’ or ‘vacant’. And also the 10 job titles with the highest number of hard to fill vacancies. (more…)
The recruitment sector is changing like never before and at a significant rate, with lots of new emerging technology and tools, a growing number of rare skills, demanding customers with varying objectives and significant changes to the way that candidates behave within the process. (more…)
A new Breed of Recruiter for 2019 by Mark Stephens.
The recruitment agency sector has always enjoyed growth expansion, as a constant flow of recruiters breaks away from their parent companies to set up on their own.
A Talent Community is a great way to engage passive candidates and build warm pipelines of talented, thoughtful job seekers. However, they are full of various pitfalls that can hamstring their performance. We’ve studied what makes a talent community succeed and fail. With that in mind, we wanted to share the best practices that any talent community strategy should follow. But first, the basics: