Why Lying on CV Is Just Not Worth It? More and more technologies are emerging in the market – is this a reason to up skill yourself or to lie on your CV? The answer to this question might seem like an obvious one, but too often than not we seem to be coming across
Most managers in IT have been there. No matter how good you are in retaining talent, it happens. One of your senior guys (or women) resigns. And there is still so much work to do, so many critical projects to be delivered on time. Counter-offering to keep them on didn’t do its magic. So now
I recently decided to move back into the recruitment industry after spending some time working for a Managed Service Provider back in the UK. The thought process was that I wanted to put the technical knowledge I gained while working closely with Infrastructure Engineers and Architects to good use when moving across the globe to
Having Trouble Finding Salesforce Experts? 3 Reasons Why Your Recruitment Process Could be to blame.
Working purely in the Salesforce market for the past two and a half years, I have experienced many good recruitment processes with clients. However, I have also come across many common mistakes that could easily be rectified to improve recruitment strategies thus enabling the organisation to ultimately secure that hard to find professional in a
How many times have you received a phone call from your Recruiter regarding a job, but you never heard from them again? Are all Recruiters liars? Why are they even calling me? Yes, there are still some bad practices in our industry but we are not all the same! Here is the truth dear candidate!
I’ve been in recruitment now for over 5 years and one thing that never ceases to amaze me is why someone who you have submitted for a role, and is going through the process with a client, then decides to go AWOL and not pick up their phone. I’ve heard a lot of reasons in my
Why should you consider contract work? I have decided to write this article for 2 main reasons: 1. The market here in Singapore/SEA (and Globally) is definitely seeing a surge in demand for contract/flexible work and demand for contractors is definitely higher than the supply (particularly in the IT Sector) 2. Since my arrival in Asia in 2011,
Getting the cultural balance right when recruiting for startups can feel like managing a fragile ecosystem. The smaller the team the higher the % of accountability each person has in building & championing your culture. In a team of 4, one mediocre or toxic hire is 25% of your culture. And you feel it… Not surprisingly,