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Panel Interviews - can these work for your business?

by Richard Hayden

/ Employers

Panel interviews are becoming an increasingly popular way of finding talent but they do come with potential pit-falls, which could end up costing your business.

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Why business partnerships deliver better results...

by Richard Hayden

/ Employers

There are not many industries that work in the same way as the recruitment industry.

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Make sure you stand out in a competitive market

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates

In a competitive market, its tough to find the right job opportunities and even tougher to stand out.

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Never underestimate the value of older, experienced workers

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

While the recruitment industry's buzz is often focused on graduates, we must never underestimate how much value an older and more experienced worker could bring to your organisation.

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Employment Law Update: October Changes – What you need to know

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

The latest employment law changes came into force on 1st October 2014, here’s a summary of what you need to know:Time Off to Accompany a Pregnant Woman to Ante-Natal AppointmentsFrom 1st October 2014 an expectant father or partner (including same sex) of a pregnant woman will be entitled to take time off work to attend 2 ante-natal appointments.

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What is the real cost of a poor recruitment decision?

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

When it comes to hiring time, more and more organisations are bolstering their recruitment processes with a thorough programme of interviews, relevant workplace tests and internal vetting procedures in an effort to secure the right candidate.

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20 Top Tips for recruitment success

by Richard Hayden

/ Employers

When a business is looking to recruit, there are many factors to consider - the role, the salary, the benefits, your budget etc.

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Unemployment in biggest annual fall since 1988

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates

Unemployment fell by 468,000 from July 2013 to July 2014, the biggest year-on-year decrease since 1988, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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Attitude is the most important factor in employment

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates

A recent survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation has found that attitude is the most important factor for employers in the selection process.

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Communication most valued graduate skill, say SME employers

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates

More than two-thirds (69%) of SME employers consider good communication a key skill for graduates, according to research by Marbella International University Centre (MIUC).

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