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February 28, 2013

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Video Interviewing and the Graduate Recruitment Campaign

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The interview is a central part of the recruitment process for all organisations. It’s an exchange between you and each applicant. An opportunity for them to sell themselves as the best candidate for the job and for you to mark your stall as the employer of choice. But when it comes to graduate recruitment, employers […]

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August 9, 2012

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L&D is your greatest currency

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I’d like to take a moment and talk about on the job learning. We’re in a period of time where learning and development is now the greatest currency a company has to offer. Consider that for a moment. Companies are facing the toughest times they’ve had to worry about for the last 20 years. The […]

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August 2, 2012

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Recruiter’s Tips – Countering Counter Offers

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 I recently wrote a blog about candidate control. This is a follow up around the subject of counter offers; every recruiters nightmare.  Firstly quoting the dubious “within 18 months, 93% of those accepting a counter offer leave” stat is NOT a counter offer strategy! Combating a counter offer starts right back at the very first […]

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July 26, 2012

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Referrals are Great…. BUT….

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 Over 30 years in recruitment and yes I’m a big fan of referral programmes and below are some links to some of my “best of” recruitment referral blogs and articles. Today, new social media referral programmes are being built that utilize the power of an individual’s network. The rise and potential of referral programmes knows […]

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June 15, 2012

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Junk the Jargon

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Writing a job advert can be tricky. Not only do you want to make it exciting enough to get the right candidates to apply, but a versatile balance of terminology needs to be achieved to convey your brand message and the responsibilities of the role. So what exactly do job seekers think of the job […]

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