Here's Why Qualified Candidates Aren't Applying To Your Job Posts

Posted by Kate Smedley on 1 Jun 2016

In today’s jobs market, how to attract the right type of applicants to your vacancies is a puzzle faced by many employers. If qualified candidates are dismissing your job posts, you’re probably making one (or more) of the following six mistakes:-

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Before You Post That Job Advert, Here's What You Should Know

Posted by Kate Smedley on 5 May 2016

Indeed was recently confirmed as the leading source of external hires for the fifth consecutive year. With 16 billion job posts and 8.2 jobs posted per second on the site, here’s what you need to know before you post your next job advert:-

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Talent Pools : Your 8 Point Checklist For Success

Posted by Kate Smedley on 21 Apr 2016

Competition for talent in the UK is expected to intensify. Two thirds of UK CEOs expect to increase their headcount, according to PwC’s 19th Annual CEO Global Survey[1], above the global average and higher than any other European country.

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The Changing Job Search : How To Attract More Candidates To Your Vacancies

Posted by Kate Smedley on 7 Apr 2016

Job search habits and priorities are changing. Two recent surveys offer new insight into the time of day candidates are most active and what attracts them to vacancies. UK job board, Jobsite this week revealed that the majority of employees are in fact ‘active’ candidates:-

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Topics: talent engagement

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