People often talk about “optimising” websites, adverts or even profiles, and it’s all for the benefit of “SEO”, and these things often sound like a completely made up language. So here I am! I’m going to tell you what these things mean and why they matter in my guide to SEO.
Job boards can be a great way of finding new candidates for your company, and can provide great success when recruiting. However, they don’t always work, and today I’m going to give you a few of the reasons why!
It’s not always easy being a recruiter, and there are plenty of skills that are needed for success, but lucky for you I’m going to tell you a few tips and tricks for how to be a successful recruiter!
Since 1991 when the world wide web was established there has been a shift towards online recruitment. Obviously there are tons of pros and cons to every recruitment method, and today I am going to tell you some of the benefits of this method of recruitment!
So Facebook is obviously one of the biggest sites on the internet, and since its birth in February 2004 it has continued to grow. With the billions of people who have profiles on the site, it can be a brilliant way to find your dream employees, so today I’m going to tell you how to recruit using Facebook.
When you leave school, college or university, you tend to swear to yourself that you will never study again. However, after a while of trying to find a job, or trying to progress in a job you have already secured, you might find that employers expect you to continue learning and improving your skills throughout your career. Because of this, training courses can be a great way to ensure that your career continues to grow, giving you the best opportunities within your industry.
So, this blog post will answer the question, why choose further training? I hope it helps!
HR Software is on the increase within the business world, and for all the right reasons. There are plenty of ways that this type of software can benefit your business, and today I’m going to tell you a few of them!
Millennials, or Generation Y, are defined as: The generation born in the 1980s and 1990s, comprising primarily the children of the baby boomers and typically perceived as increasingly familiar with digital and electronic technology.