Category: Recruitment Advice for companies

  • Advancement of Interviews

    If you consider the past 10 years or so, the largest change that comes to mind is the advancement and accessibility of technology. Not only have mobile phones improved, there is now a wider variety of equipment such as notebooks and virtual reality experiences. The majority of the population in first world countries are able…

  • Should you hire a job hopper?

    “Job hopper” is a term normally used to describe a professional who changes their job frequently, normally every 1 – 2 years. More recently millennials have been labelled as wandering job hoppers but this isn’t always the case, with the current market being so candidate driven anyone can be tempted to jump between roles, and…

  • How to attract passive candidates?

    Finding the right person for a job can be hard; you can write the best job description, post on all the best job boards, even put it on all your agencies social media platforms, but still… Nothing!! However, all the above strategies rely on one crucial thing; the right candidate has to actually be looking…

  • The Advantages of Temporary Recruitment

    While there is a continuous growth in new permanent opportunities, temporary ones have started to take over the UK. One of the biggest benefits to hiring a contracted worker is their inherent flexibility, and this keeps them in the forefront of staffing solutions. Companies are no longer employing temporary workers for their short term needs…

  • Why you should hire potential over experience

    Working in a busy recruitment office, we see a lot of people pass through each day – all will be looking for different jobs, and for different reasons; but do you hire somebody with less experience, but a lot of potential, over somebody with a lot of experience, but not as much about them? I…

  • Top Interview Questions!

    7 questions you should be asking during an interview The first interview between a recruiter and a candidate can be crucial in sending the correct person over to your client. Posing a variety of particular questions will help you uncover the passion, cultural fit, work ethic, knowledge, skills, problem-solving abilities, strengths and weaknesses while also…

  • Top Talent VS Top Tenants – Finding the best people.

     Having worked in the recruitment industry for a little over 3 months I am starting to see more and more similarities to the industry that I worked in and knew so well for so many years. Although the economy is repairing itself as we soar on from the credit crunch, this only makes the job…

  • Recruitment Fever – Qualities to Help You Select a Winning Team!

    Football fever has hit not only the nation, but the globe! With the world cup kicking off Thursday 12th June excitement fills everyone; even those like myself, with no interest what so ever in football (unless its soccer aid – who can say no to Olly Murs in shorts; and it’s for charity! Win!). This…

  • Our Service To Companies

    We believe that a recruitment business should actually add value to your permanent, contract and temporary recruitment processes. Face-to-face job briefs Thoroughly pre-scanned candidates In-depth short-listing process Candidate profiling Planning and managing the interview process Offer management Aftercare Sector specific expertise and understanding Talent management & mapping Salary benchmarking, market intelligence and market analysis Bespoke…