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Recruitment: how Guy Fawkes did it

Ladies and gentlemen I invite you all to bask in my floundering attempt at drawing a legitimate comparison between the great tale of the gunpowder plot and that of recruitment. That's right, you read it correctly. In direct relation to their roles in the plot, we look at what positions the key conspirators would have held in a modern day organisation. Crucial information, I know. Aside from being curiously interesting though ...

Published: Tue 03 November 2015

What Halloween Can Teach Employers About Recruitment

Accompanied by gloomy nights and a supernatural chill, Halloween will soon be here to darken our doors and illuminate the occasional jack o'lantern.With the 9 to 5 zombies beginning to loosen their ties, it can be tempting to hide away under the blanket until first light. Even the scariest of experiences can prove to be life lessons though and employers may be able to learn a thing or two from All Hallows' Eve. Whether ...

Published: Fri 23 October 2015

Best Cities for Jobs

Before you up sticks to the capital and don your three-piece and brogues, consider this. While London is renowned nationwide (and globally) for providing exciting careers within the design and creative sectors, it might not necessarily be the best city for providing engineering or manufacturing opportunities. If you work in the Oil & Gas industry for example, opportunities in Scotland are much stronger than elsewhere ...

Published: Tue 20 October 2015

How to Design Effective Interview Questions

The same dreary interview questions have been popular in Britain for many years now - but things are changing. "Why do you want to work for us?" is fast becoming "how many balls do you think will be used in the Rugby World Cup", or "describe the colour yellow to someone who's blind". But what do these questions really tell us about a candidate - and could they actually be dangerous? We spoke to an Organisational Psychologist ...

Published: Tue 13 October 2015

5 crazy rules that drive great employees away

Retaining top talent is a constant challenge for employers, especially when staff turnover can cost a company upwards of £30K per employee. While some departures are unavoidable, others can be attributed to overzealous management and authoritarian policies can sometimes be the reason why valued staff feel it's fit to hand in their notice. What are these rules that drive away great employees though? And are companies ...

Published: Tue 06 October 2015

SSI Teesside Plant: What Next for Workers?

After the shock announcement on Monday that the SSI steel plant in Redcar is closing down, leaving 1,700 people without a job, anxious voices from thousands of families are wondering what's next for their future. Some workers will have been at the plant since leaving school, whilst others relied on it as a local saviour of their specialist profession. Either way, it has had a devastating impact on the manufacturing industry ...

Published: Fri 02 October 2015

Reasons why you haven't heard back from a recruiter

Silence isn't always golden. We all have that friend who replies to your texts rather late, if at all. But a friend forgetting to reply with 'yes, let's get a takeaway' is more forgivable than a recruiter not replying to your job application. So, in an age where communication is a cinch,  why are candidates pumping hours into perfecting an application form and CV, only to receive nothing but silence?No feedback. No email ...

Published: Tue 29 September 2015

Contingency vs. Retained Recruitment: Which is Better?

If you're looking for new staff for your business, then there's a question that may well be on your mind. What is the difference between contingency recruitment and retained recruitment, and which is better for you? The answer is surprisingly simple - so let us explain.To someone who isn't from a recruitment background, the terms 'contingency' and 'retained' probably mean very little. Today, we're going to cut through the jargon ...

Published: Thu 17 September 2015

Seasonal Recruitment Trends

Cutting edge hiring techniques are nothing without timing and being aware of seasonal recruitment trends can make all the difference when planning your next foray into the labour market. The peaks and troughs of the calendar year can cause a headache for employers and candidates alike, leading to a number of external factors that are worthy of consideration before embarking on any recruitment campaign. Perhaps you're ...

Published: Tue 15 September 2015

Students: How to Find Part-Time Work

As a student, having money is probably high priority on your long list of concerns during your time at university (behind studying, exams and deadlines of course). After all, money is a necessity if you're to make your time there enjoyable rather than endurable. If you want the social life of a rockstar, which most students do, having a steady income will help to supply the shots well into the early hours oh and it'll also help ...

Published: Tue 08 September 2015
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