Job apps are quickly on the rise, and could be the future of recruitment. These apps aid candidates in their recruitment search, and recruiters/employers benefit from an increased amount of people applying for jobs. So, in this blog I will be looking into them and trying to answer the question “are job apps the future of recruitment?”
Some industries have peak seasons, so it is more than understandable that seasonal employees are needed to deal with demand. If this applies to your business then it is important that you understand seasonal employment rights, and this blog post will give you an idea of what they are!
I’ve spoken a lot about Millennials on this blog, but as Generation Z start to filter into the workplace I decided they deserve their own time to shine. This generation includes people who were born from the mid-90s to the early 2000s, so as they begin to enter their 20s and start working, your workplace may have to make some adjustments to welcome them – and this blog post will tell you some of those changes!
We already know that candidates will look at around 16 sources when looking for a job. This means that, by investing in your career site, you can find and hire better candidates, spend less money on recruitment, and use your employer branding when recruiting. This blog post will tell you why you should be investing in your company careersite!
There are plenty of mistakes you can make when recruiting, especially when trying to hire graduates who have high standards. So, this blog post will tell you some of the mistakes to avoid when hiring graduates!
A passive candidate is someone who is currently employed and isn't currently searching for a new job. This type of candidate can be beneficial when it comes to recruitment, as not only are they rich in experience and vital skills, but they are unlikely to be interviewing with any other companies. So, today I'm going to tell you how to engage with passive candidates!
Employee benefits can be the make or break when it comes to whether candidates will apply for your role, and a company who reward their staff tend to generate a happier working environment. While I’ve talked about these benefits on this blog before, today I’m back to tell you some more that you should consider in order to attract and retain the best talent.
Internships can bring many benefits to a company, and are definitely something that should be considered. The intern that you hire will often be very determined to add more experience to their portfolio, so are very eager to impress you and learn all they can from your business. So, this blog post will give you an idea of how a paid internship could benefit your business!
Indeed is one of the biggest job sites in the world, meaning that it is a great tool when it comes to searching for your dream candidates. As well as this, it is great for finding insights on who your competitors are, salary levels, and even things like which job title will provide the best results. So, this blog will tell you how to find your dream candidates using Indeed!