So you’ve read their CV’s and application letters and they look good on paper, but just who is it you are really recruiting and how can you tell?
Second interview questions should develop on what you have already discussed with the candidate. The interview is likely to be competency based, digging deeper into what you have learnt at the first interview.
At long last, we all might be able to say goodbye to a fall in sales, squeezed profitability and an endless effort to keep our heads above water.
When are you most likely to recruit? If you’re like most businesses then it’ll be when business is good.
Despite the current economic gloom, forward-thinking businesses are recruiting more and more permanent staff. And the recent trend is set to continue for the near future.
There’s a reason why the best F1 teams are based in the UK. We’ve always been a nation of inventors and engineers. But, right now, it looks like demand is starting to outstrip supply.
Employers in today’s marketplace are struggling to find quality candidates. Recent results from XpertHR’s survey of recruitment trends shows that 95% of employers that faced problems in their recruitment processes in the last year cited the low quality of candidates applying for posts as a barrier to recruitment.
Stop the press! The Local Business Accelerators Scheme working in partnership with the Basingstoke Gazette and RSM Tenon have announced their winners – and we’re one of them!
The excitement at the prospect of the London 2012 Olympics is rippling through the business world. 2012 is important for the UK’s growth and it’s paramount that we start the year on a positive note