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The Olympics: can job candidates learn from athletes?

Ever wondered if sports skills are transferable to the world of job hunting? Kriss Akabusi and Owen Livesey tell Agency Central what candidates can learn from professional athletes.  In a matter of days, the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will commence, bringing with it a marathon of sport and tension, along with the promise of fulfilled hopes and dreams…
Published: 01/08/2016

How Can Social Media Benefit SMEs?

With 271 million Twitter users, 1.2 billion Facebook users and 300 million LinkedIn accounts, it's safe to say that social media is a powerful tool for business as well as personal use. Despite this, there are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) who are unsure of its importance.  We're here to tell you that, on the contrary, using social media…
Published: 01/08/2016

Remote Working: Could You Be a Digital Nomad?

I don't know about you, but for me the term 'remote working' evokes the image of being on a beach in Fiji - complete with cocktail, laptop and one hell of a Wi-Fi signal. The reality of remote working is actually much less exciting, but still very appealing. In a world where employees want to have a greater work / life balance, we take a comprehensive…
Published: 25/07/2016

Pokmon Go and Recruiting's AR Future: Gotta Recruit 'Em All!

Do you struggle to tell a Jigglypuff from a Bulbasaur? Does augmented reality still sound like something from a sci-fi movie? Find out why Pokemon Go is taking the world by storm, and learn what it will mean for recruitment agencies in the very near future...  Although augmented reality (AR) has been around for a while, well, it's kind of a thing…
Published: 20/07/2016

How can HR avoid being the weakest link?

The Human Resources (HR) department has long proven its importance in the workplace, so it's perhaps surprising to hear that many quarters fail to recognise how instrumental it can be to the success of a business. Contrary to this, HR departments and staff carry out a number of functions that are crucial to any workplace. What can be done then, to…
Published: 19/07/2016

Construction industry job increase: What this means for recruitment agencies

The number of construction workforce jobs increased by 117,000 between March 2015 and March 2016.  While it is good to see a rise in vacancies, it poses challenges to all areas of the industry. Here, we focus on the challenges this increase is posing to construction recruitment agencies and how they are changing the way they work in order to fill the…
Published: 18/07/2016

Incentives Staff Love: Discover the Perks That Work

Depending on the company you work for, the concept of staff perks may or may not be foreign to your ears. But incentivising employees to give their best can actually be a cost-effective way to improve motivation and productivity within your workforce. With this in mind, we look at the perks that work, the ones that don't, and why this is. "Where bees…
Published: 12/07/2016

Technological Progress And Why It Will Never Destroy Recruitment

Technology: Builder of relationships. Giver of knowledge. Portal to ubiquity.  There's no question that computers are perpetually altering the way that we live, but have you ever stopped to think about how technology has changed recruitment and whether or not it will make recruiters obsolete? No? Well before we continue on this path towards an…
Published: 04/07/2016

Age-related bias still unmonitored in recruitment

Imagine a world in which you were perfect for a job, but your application was unsuccessful. That world exists, indeed it is something many of us have experienced. You may have been given constructive feedback which, while no real consolation, gives you something to work on. Now imagine a world in which you were unsuccessful applying for a vacancy…
Published: 04/07/2016

Why Recruiting Generation Z is Different to Hiring Millennials

As a 25 year-old Millennial who remembers the excitement of Myspace and MSN, never have I felt so old when writing an article. My heydays are gone, my expiry date has passed. Prepare my bed Satan, I'm coming home. No sooner have I entered the big wide world through a post-university haze, I now have to contend with these young upstarts, waging war…
Published: 04/07/2016

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