A lot of agency Founders understand retention’s importance. Some view it as critical a cog as hiring. But there’s a fairly strong argument for it being more crucial.
The F word’s a dirty one in Recruitment. Here are five TED Talks that prove it doesn’t have to be. And actually, embracing failure could be key to unlocking even greater success.
You don’t need me to tell you about the power of referrals.
You’ll already ask for one after a job well placed. You might even have a few on LinkedIn, proudly displayed like war medals on the lapel of your profile.
You ever find it’s the most surprising life events have the most profound repercussions? It’s never the stuff you plan, the things you work for or meticulously plot in detail. When I look back, the surprises have done the most to me. At the top of my ‘Things I Didn’t Expect’ list, would be a daft pedestrian stepping in front of me two years ago, cycling to work.
The first barrier for ‘work life balance’ is that most candidates are more available to speak after working hours. Arrive early and stay late, and you can reach people more easily. That’s common sense. But if you assume work life balance just means working less, read on.
If your morning routine currently involves lugging a hangover onto a packed train with something beige stuffed in your mouth, or if the only thing keeping you sane as you shuffle into the office is the steaming contents of a cardboard cup, today’s article’s for you.
Hunted’s Productivity Hacks series brings you the latest tech to upgrade your recruitment game. And this month, we’ve got a handful of branding hacks, recruitment tools, and handy apps for recruiters to add to their arsenal in the run up to Q2.
Seeing your candidate through their notice period’s just as important as securing an offer when it comes to doing deals. Here’s why that’s important to focus on with steps on managing the process from end to end.
You’ve breezed through the interview process, impressing everyone you need to at every turn. Only one thing stands in your way. The beer test. Here’s how to survive it.
It’s daunting when you have to quit your job. We’ve sought out some of the more high profile ways people have chosen to resign, and come up with a template for quitting yourself, if and when you need to use it.