Looking to excel in your performance as a recruiter but not sure where to start? In our new series of blogs, Enabling Change brings together Tony Byrne’s 30 Steps in the Placement Process and Brian Tracy’s Winning Edges to help you define a clear process for achieving recruiting success
Are you using Job Boards as a recruiter? – If you are, then you must read our advice about how to make the most out of them.
For a number of years now, eLearning, as an educational platform, has been widely discussed and developed, but the evolution of electronic training has its origins further back than many of us initially think.
It is with great sadness to hear the news of Sir Roger Bannister's death.
Recruitment open training courses have many benefits for both the organisation and the individual. Not only are they a cost-effective solution, but they also minimise disruption to the day-to-day work in your office.
Virtual Training has seen a rise in popularity over the last 5 years and is increasingly being adopted by organisations to supplement more traditional methods for a number of reasons.
January can make even the most spirited of us feel low and miserable. Tackling those New Year’s resolutions, ‘Dry January’, Christmas debts, and as if that isn’t enough, the addition of cold and miserable weather, it’s no wonder many of us can’t wait for January to end.
As 2018 dawns on us, we thought it was a great time to look at what trends are poised to dominant the recruitment space in the coming 12 months.
We are all guilty of procrastinating at work on occasion – putting off that phone call for a tea break, or not completing reports because your desk really needed a tidy. Whatever your excuse may be, recent reports show that this behaviour is actually costing British business an incredible £76bn a year!
It’s recently been revealed that high proportions of the country are experiencing the ‘Monday blues’ when it comes to going back to work after the weekend. The research, conducted by Bestinvest, also showed that people have now commonly started to dread the dawn of Monday by as early as 16:22pm on Sunday afternoon!
Recent polls have measured exactly what grinds the gears of employees across the UK and the results are in. Are you guilty of causing any of these?
Virtual reality (VR) is set to be the next big thing in the recruitment world, so we are taking a look at the new and exciting opportunities this is opening up for businesses’ recruitment processes. While a lot of what’s being tried is still firmly in the trialling stages, early indications suggest VR has the potential to revolutionise the recruitment and training process.
It’s fair to say that interviews can be a stressful time for candidates and even for the person holding the interview at times. With this in mind, we take a look at some of the benefits of asking the odd curveball question.
Great news! Employment in the UK hit a fresh record last month, according to statistics from the Office for National Statistics.
In a survey conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, it’s no surprise to see that 75% of employees say that the benefits package associated with a job is one of the most important factors. But don’t worry businesses; it doesn’t have to be expensive.
As recruitment training professionals, we believe the success to recruiting is simple – plan!
In a bid to try and attract the best talent, UK employers are increasingly offering unusual perks to employees. Would you offer these?
Now that we’ve all settled in to 2017 (just!), we feel the time is right to share, in case you missed it, the recruiting trends that LinkedIn reported on in their Global Recruitment Trends 2017 Report.
The historic decision to leave the EU hit has hit some UK businesses hard; however, recent economic indicators suggest the majority have been unaffected thus far.
Last year, there were 22.98 million people working full-time, 387,000 more than the previous year. The working environment faced by us workers today is markedly different to what we could have expected to experience 60 years ago.