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August 6, 2013

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The psychic recruiter! How can you read between the lines of a CV?

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Everyone wants their CV on the top of the pile. If they’ve added a few fictitious interests, or lied about their debating society days to help them get there, how can you tell? It’s an unfortunate sign of the times that, now, more than ever, you must be vigilant and not too trusting. Some estimates say that […]

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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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December 11, 2012

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Where does the Candidate Experience so often go wrong?

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There has been much written about the Candidate Experience and it really has been a topic of much debate over the last year, we see the references to the Employer Brand, the fact that candidates can be consumer and your customers potential candidates and so much more. So we have decided that the next MonsterBuzz […]

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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 20, 2012

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Monster Buzz Debate Recap – July 19th

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Last night was the first of our Monster Buzz debates, kicking off with the topic of ‘What’s more critical, talent acquisition or talent management?’ Joining us on the panel were Steve McNally, EB and Inclusivity Expert – Matt Jeffrey, Head of EMEA Talent – Acquisition & Global Talent Brand at Autodesk – Jon Ingham, HR […]

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