Big Biller Energy is the recruitment equivalent of Big D*ck Energy. Big D*ck Energy (or BDE) is described by the Oxford English Dictionary as “someone who’s confident without cockiness.” It’s never misplaced and cannot be simulated.
Traditionally, office-based employees have been subjected to suits and strict dress codes.
Recruitment Agencies across the land are saying NO to itchy ties and pinstripes.
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.
Private Healthcare/Medical Insurance. Not the most glamorous of perks.
And hopefully it’s not one you’ll use often/ever.
Mid-sized companies. Not the behemoths and no longer startups – the best of both worlds.
Lucky enough to have grown to a size where there is structure and process in place to help you succeed.
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 been working in recruitment for a few years now. It’s all getting a bit samey.
Same sticky commute in summer. Same rain-laden dash to your client’s office in winter.
Whether you’re pitching a new client, a new business idea or as part of the process to secure a new role, smashing a presentation can make the difference between things going your way and not. This article gives practical and technical advice to tip the odds in your favour.
You’re hiring a Recruiter and it’s down to two. Both have the same amount of experience. Both their billings look tidy. One’s got a degree and the other doesn’t. Who are you hiring?
Are you taking home a fair share of the pie? You’re certainly putting the hours in for it. Your boss “says” your commission structure is industry leading but have you ever thought to check?
It wouldn’t hurt to know. Would it?