When recruiting retail workers, there will be lots of different things you are looking for, depending on the specific position you are hiring for. I have written before about great traits that interview candidate should have, however in this article I will identify 6 key traits to look for that will benefit anyone in a customer facing role.
Employee benefits are sometimes the thing that makes or breaks a job offer, so offering great ones is always a good idea. No matter what your budget there are options, and these are some of them.
There are lots of benefits to hiring graduates; they are keen to learn, they are able to adapt without pre-existing habits, and they’re comfortable with technology. Graduation is fast approaching, and graduates will be deciding on the industry they want to work for, the jobs they want to apply for and where (geographically) they want to work). These are a few tips on how to hire graduates which will benefit your recruitment process.
Interviews are vital when figuring out whether or not a candidate is right for the job and for your company. While a CV will give you an idea of experience and qualifications, these things alone aren’t a guarantee that they will be successful. There are so many interview questions that will assess different things, and there are a few obvious questions that always tend to feature. These are five interview questions you might not have thought of, that will help you get more of an idea of who your potential employee is.
Even at the busiest times of the year for recruitment it can be a struggle to fill vacancies. There are plenty of reasons that why your job offers might be being rejected, and here are five of them.
Working remotely can seem like the best thing ever; no commuting, no office distractions, unlimited access to coffee. However, working efficiently can be difficult when working remotely, and managing a team can be even trickier. To help you out, here are a few tips on how to stay productive when working remotely.
Looking back at past interviews, especially the nerves involved, gives you an idea of how candidates are feeling. The worst part is not hearing back, at all – while rejection hurts, being ignored is worse. Rejecting candidates can be super difficult, but properly dealing with the recruitment process by giving candidate feedback is great for both you and the candidate. This blog will tell you why you should give candidate feedback and how to do so.
Obviously when it comes to great candidates it is important that they have the right qualifications and experience needed for the role. However, there are certain skills that it is important for all candidates to have, and having these traits really makes a candidate stand out. This blog post will tell you some of the great traits that candidates should have.
We are nearing the end of winter, but beating the winter blues can be pretty difficult when it’s dark, cold, and everybody is sick. This blog post will tell you a few ways to beat the winter blues at work!