As the recruitment market continues to experience low unemployment and a tightening of candidate availability, I find myself having similar conversations with many clients, and increasingly prospect clients. It seems that even the savviest organisations tend to ignore economic principles, especially “scarcity” when they pick up the phone and call a recruitment agency. Is recruitment...
Stop and think about who you may be speaking to without your knowledge – everyone deserves the same respect as you.
We tend to forget what it is that makes a good company culture and that like people, it is always evolving.
A strong job description should be accurate, attractive – to the right people – and paint an honest picture.
Unfortunately for humans we are inefficient, mistake prone and expensive when compared to machines and there isn’t anything we can do about it.
The reputation of a recruiter has always been heavily dependent on our ability to fulfil the needs of both a candidate and a client.
A positive culture is not an easy thing to achieve but employers can start by asking themselves this – what are we doing differently for our staff?
Being in Recruitment, I can’t help but draw parallels between the Oscars and the industry I work in on a daily basis.
If you want to be a brand that people genuinely want to work for, don’t let some of the basic fundamentals of your recruitment process let you down.
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