boyce recruitment updates

Recruitment Trends from the Media team

We have seen an increasing demand for temporary workers within content operations/traffic/post producers and schedulers.   This may be due to companies migrating systems from one CMS to another, or migrating channels to new playout facilities, the need for temps has been in much greater demand than we have seen in permanent roles of late and we [Read More]

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Le recrutement 2.0

LinkedIn un outil pertinent? L’impact du web a totalement changé les relations Clients/Candidats. Les nombreux sites internet de recherche d’emploi permettent aujourd’hui d’une part pour le client d’avoir une plus grande visibilité des offres, et pour le candidat de postuler directement sur le site de l’annonceur ou de l’entreprise. Les réseaux sociaux connaissent eux aussi [Read More]

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Whitechapel Mission : Fundraising Monopoly Challenge

Yesterday, Boyce Recruitment participated in the “Monopoly Challenge”, organised by the The Whitechapel Mission, a homeless charity in London. For those of you who know us, you will have hard about this wonderful charity before as they hold a very special place in our hearts. Under the London sun, the goal was to race to [Read More]

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Top 3 Critères de sélection d’une offre

C’est la première fois en France depuis 2012, que le taux de chômage repasse sous la barre des 10%. Une belle progression, mais qui est malheureusement moins belle lorsqu’elle est comparée á d’autres pays européens comme l’Allemagne ou le Royaume-Uni. Des facteurs socio-économiques, politiques… peuvent expliquait cela. Bien que, les chiffres concernant le chômage sont [Read More]

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Sector News: Broadcast & Media Recruitment

2017 hiring started well on the temporary/contract side across the broadcast industry for Content Operations, Scheduling and On-Air.  There has been lots of restructuring within the industry which has seen a higher demand in temps within these areas. There has been a slight increase in permanent recruitment since March which has been across multiple areas [Read More]

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3 skills PR firms always want from their Account Managers

  The PR job market is an extremely competitive one, with many small to medium sized agencies struggling to stand out from the crowd and many larger companies spending considerable amounts of money on brand advertising and recruitment. As we continue to see the rise in demand for talent there is an obvious recurrence of [Read More]

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6 things you should know about jobseekers.

  Successful recruiting depends on whether you understand job applicants. Over 85% of the candidates we have registered make their decision on who to join and which job offer to accept, based primarily on their recruitment journey i.e. how you sell your business, what their interview and application experience has been, not solely based on what [Read More]

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I Love My Job

Working in Recruitment is a great career option.

Talent attraction comes in many forms: recruitment agencies, employment businesses, search consultancies, in-house recruitment teams, career offices, job fairs, job boards, social media and word of mouth. As such our role of Consultant is constantly evolving and can be one of the most diverse and rewarding jobs around. Recruitment Consultants manage a variety of projects [Read More]

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