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on 4th Jan 2016
Employee retention

Staff retention is the biggest single headache across HR departments and finding the key factors to keep your key staff onboard and grow with your company is not so difficult, it just needs more communication. Implementing some new strategies into your everyday business routine can dramatically reduce your staff turnover rate and greatly improve your reputation as an employer.

on 18th Dec 2015
Are you recruiting Jedi Knights?

The fate of the galaxy or perhaps the fate of your business can rest on making the right decision when it comes to hiring your Jedi Knights. Getting the recruitment of your Jedi force is critical to accelerate the growth of your business. However, get this element of your business strategy wrong and you could find great disturbance in your force.

on 7th Dec 2015
Don't miss out on the best IT candidates

A study stated that it is harder now to find qualified candidates. Is this the true picture though, or are employers missing out on their ideal candidates because bias and errors in their recruitment process.

on 2nd Dec 2015
Does recruitment need Snapchat

There are still many recruiters and HR teams who prefer the tried, tested and perhaps more costly methods in order to try and attract the top talent whereas others are adopting the modern, efficient and more cost effective methods such as social media and mobile recruitment as part of their recruitment mix.

on 23rd Nov 2015
How to recruit mobile app developers

If you’ve been tasked with your organisations mobile development project you may find you’ll be looking to expand your team to look for the specialists that are mobile developers. It may sound like an easy task, simply put an advert out there and watch the applications coming rolling in?

on 12th Nov 2015
is recruitment risky?

Despite your best efforts the perfect recruitment process simply doesn't exist. What you can do, however, is reduce the risk of hiring the wrong person for the job and avoiding those inevitable issues which come from a poor recruiting decision.

on 4th Nov 2015

Hiring the wrong person can actually be more costly than not hiring at all. Accepting a job that’s not right for you in terms of skills, knowledge and company fit is also a nightmare, so it’s no wonder interviews can be such a stomach churning time for all.

on 18th Oct 2015

Have you ever heard of the expression 'the Internet of things'? You know how we often talk about bringing dead things back to life using technology? Well the Internet of things means bringing devices most associated with being offline into the online world. That's it really, a simple explanation of a slightly more complex process.

on 29th Sep 2015

Finding and hiring a new employee costs a company in both time and money, and however good their credentials look on paper you have no idea how they will actually fit in the dynamics of your organisation. Taking the time during the actual recruitment and induction process gives you a better chance of hiring people who are not only fantastic at their jobs but who will be a real asset to the company

on 21st Sep 2015

One of the hardest things for an IT pro to do is try and find a way of telling their boss “I'm sorry but this can't be done”. It can be frustrating enough having to say it to a user but to the people who have complete control over your career it can actually feel almost dangerous!