Please Don’t Headhunt My Staff…..

I work in Recruitment, I have for 11 years and I love the career it has given me! Yep we are an industry that has a certain reputation and there’s even now a common phrase on social media…. “Recruiter Bashing”. People from outside our industry that raise a lot of discussion points and obviously are 

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Why I took my own career advice…

On any given day, as a Professional Recruitment Consultant & Manager, it is a major part of my role to offer career advice to candidates, help clients with their career aspirations and mentor peers and direct reports to achieve their career goals. Although these conversations are unique to the individuals concerned, it is fair to 

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Why it is important to have a kick-ass website

Hiring good developers & designers does cost money but your short & long term gains of bringing these Guns in will make the cost seem minimal. If you pay the money once, you should only need tweaks and twerks down the line, you know the saying “you buy cheap you buy twice” this is definitely 

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4 Tips On How To Impress During Your Interview 

I have always been a strong believer that the most exciting part of the recruitment process is securing an interview (yes, even more exciting than securing a role). It means that thanks to you, and your recruiter, you have managed to make your CV stand out and already made an impression on the client without 

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Making Your Business “Intelligent”

Business Intelligence (BI) Adoption According to latest forecast from Gartner, global revenue in the BI and Analytics software market is forecasted to reach $18.3 billion in 2017, an increase of 7.3% from 2016. By the end of 2020, the market is forecasted to grow to $22.8 billion. Many companies have fallen into the trap of 

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3 Benefits of Continuing Employee Education

The first two decades of our lives are dedicated to learning. At first, we learn the basics: how to walk, how to eat, and how to use the toilet. Then we learn maths, and how to drive a car, and how to do a job. Around the age of 23, though, institutionalised learning comes to 

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