Pre-employment testing is a method used widely by businesses to find out applicants’ suitability for a given role. Tests vary from technical to psychometric, ‘day in the life’ job previews and a whole variety in-between – depending on the type of role the business is recruiting for. So, what’s the best approach? To test, or […]
According to research by LinkedIn, approximately 65% of the global workforce was classed as passive candidates in 2016. What defines a passive candidate? In short, someone who isn’t actively seeking a new role. LinkedIn expands this into three categories: “Passive means someone is thinking of changing jobs, not looking but would be open to discussing […]
Businesses rely on collaboration to thrive, so we’ve put together some ways to encourage collaborative working within your teams.
If people are not engaged in their work you get a less productive workforce. The key is to keep people interested, and we’ve got some suggestions of how you can do this.
In any industry, the right people are the lifeblood of success, and a bad hire will soon impact on this. Without the right team, your business may survive, but it is more likely to be ticking over than reaching new heights.
Benefits can influence whether or not someone takes a job. How important are the other benefits wrapped up in the remuneration package you offer?
Understand your people and know their needs and you can match the two in a way that suits the intrepid new starter with raw talent, and the experienced recruit wherever they are on their career journey.
With the advent of the new GDPR in May 2018, every organisation needs to think about what it means for the data they hold and how they protect it.
Niche recruitment agencies are a bit like specialist and boutique shops. We specialise, we don’t try to cater for everyone; and we know our market and deliver a superior service to our clients. While a supermarket may sell meat amongst thousands of other products, only a butchers will offer you a bespoke service and be able to […]