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on 24th Apr 2018
animated employee leaving their job with belongings in cardboard box

With recently lost employees it can be difficult to realign your HR strategy to ensure that you’re retaining and attracting the best talent within your organisation. Here’s how you can learn from those lost employees.

on 12th Apr 2018
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Are you looking to make your next IT contractor hire? Here’s some things to think about before rushing in, and if you’re still unsure, just give us a call!

on 26th Mar 2018
pile of CVs with person using magnifying glass

Have you ever recruited in a rush, because you needed someone there and then? Here’s the truth to what a recruitment blunder could really cost your company. Read the full story here.

on 13th Mar 2018
virtual cloud with padlock through it signifying cloud safety

Is your business making the move to full cloud services? How do you know if your data is secure? Here are our top tips for staying safe in the cloud.

on 12th Feb 2018
Person on laptop job searching

Partnering with a specialist recruitment agency can get you far in switching jobs. Give Applause IT a call today to get your career moving!

on 30th Jan 2018
Red vacant recruitment chair

Are you about to graduate, or perhaps you already have? Do you know what’s next for you? Read our blog to see whether a career in recruitment could be for you.

on 4th Dec 2017
IT Sales

We’ve all heard the sayings about salespeople... A good salesman could sell ice cubes in a snowstorm, sawdust to a carpenter, stilettos to a snail...

on 24th Nov 2017
Arranging Time off for interviews

We asked our candidates what their biggest hurdle was when looking for a new role. No one said finding a new role comes without its stresses, so we hazarded a guess at what our candidates’ biggest bug-bear would be.

on 17th Nov 2017
Recruitment in the games industry

Recruiting in the games industry is one of the best parts of my job. I’ve seen numerous games companies go from strength to strength with new titles and growing teams of developers, designers, product managers and data scientists.