On the 17th October 2016 the Football governance in the UK was examined by parliamentary committee. During this session it was questioned whether it would be legal to advertise a person specification for the England role, in this case whether they could choose to employ someone of a particular nationality.
The big news of the week, the thing that has everyone in HR and Recruitment debating and discussing, is of course the news announced in LinkedIn’s blog that Microsoft has officially acquired LinkedIn. If you are among the recruiters for which LinkedIn is your go-to place for new talent, connections and industry information, you’ll be wondering what this means for you and the way you do your job. Will things change for the better? For the worse?
At Advorto we talk to a lot of recruiters, and we often hear the same complaint – that for certain roles the HR department is inundated with applications, but there are also roles that are seemingly impossible to fill.
Topics: recruitment management software
If you are thinking about moving from Excel spreadsheets to using recruitment software, it may seem sensible to task your internal IT team to build you a platform in-house. On the face of it, it may seem like this would save a great deal of money, as your IT team are already being paid their salary, and it would save someone researching the different options out there. In addition, it’s understandable to think that a home-grown system would be created to perfectly cater to your specific needs, maybe better than an external provider could provide.
Topics: HR software