When it comes down to your recruitment needs or targeting a high-position candidate within your company, many will favour a younger and more dynamic person to join the team for the main reasons of interest in future growth with the company and having more energy and eagerness to over-perform. No doubt these are solid reasons
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Nowhere else within your business does the heart of culture beat louder than in your office space. It is the space for collaboration in meetings and group tasks, allows for enhanced relationship building across the business and is key towards in-house training and development. However, across the UK there are increasing numbers of professionals that
You may have heard of the term ‘quiet quitting’ around the financial industry over the last year. In workplace terms, it relates to those occasions when employees do the bare minimum in meeting job requirements and check out mentally. You may recognise this behaviour before hearing this term and identify it with what it truly
According to recent reports, the cost of replacing an employee is between 6-9 months’ salary on average. That figure covers recruitment costs and training expenses for the new employee also. When you factor in the additional costs from the loss of productivity between having to hire and train a new employee, it soon starts to
If there is one hugely appealing plus to a crucial candidate during your recruitment process, it will be a commitment to their growth once they accept an offer of employment. One reason that many new hires end up leaving a company after many years is that they have no further advancement opportunities with the company.
As a business, you will feel the pinch of today’s labour market and the thin avenue of filling top vacancies. No sooner have you found a top candidate than they are being snapped up by the competition, leading to a knowledge of their worth that has them comfortable rejecting excellent offers that they feel can
According to experts on Linkedin, the average time it takes companies to hire, after finding the right candidate, is steadily increasing to the level of forty days to make the right offer to an appealing candidate. Many companies point to the fact that skill shortages are behind the problem, but a large part also falls
Have you ever had the very best offer on the table for a desired candidate, then been baffled when they reject it in favour of something that offers less than the amount for a different employer? It happens more regularly than you think. Sometimes it can be the things you don’t consider an important factor
When in the market to hire a top candidate for an important role for your company, you may fall into that demographic that scans through candidate CVs and dismisses them purely on missing a few keywords. Many successful and burgeoning businesses make a crucial error when it comes to CV viewing – and that is