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Many of you may have seen news of companies going down the virtual interview route such as LinkedIn changing their interviews to operate over BlueJean or waiting to reschedule them at a later date. This is a new platform for many but we think you’ll quickly grow to love it. One of the big advantages for companies and applicants alike is the time-saving aspect that an online interview offers.
Writen by: Helen Watson on 2020-03-30
Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn etc. are all readily available and important tools in the recruitment process. It’s important that we recognise this if we are searching for (or to fill) a new position. Social media ranks highly on internet searches so when a potential employer searches your name or reversely the job seeker searches the company / interviewer it is likely that they will get back social media items in their search results.
Writen by: Helen Watson on 2019-08-23
In any industry or commercial enterprise people tend to vote with their feet, meaning that if the service they receive is not up to standard they will not re-use that service or re-visit that site.
Writen by: Helen Watson on 2019-07-09
In the recruitment industry at the moment there is a buzz developing around the uptake of certain tech to automate the recruitment process using artificial intelligence to map candidate skills and requirements to the right roles.
Writen by: Helen Watson on 2019-05-29
Everyone will have undoubtedly received many emails in or around May of this year regarding changes to the Data Protection Act and its replacement with General Data Protection Regulation. At the heart of this act is essentially the protection of everyone’s personal information. I’m sure we can all agree that this is a positive and important reason for businesses to review the data they keep, how it is processed and highlight and resolve any areas for improvement (in terms of company employee, client and candidate data).
Writen by: Helen Watson on 2018-10-18
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