Posts Tagged ‘support London jobs’

Artificial Intelligence vs Emotional Intelligence OR Why recruitment agencies are still needed

These days, if there is one thing that keeps coming up everywhere it is… the booming artificial intelligence movement, aka AI (of course, aside from the recent political scandals!). As any new big thing, this is creating controversy amongst our societies, and mainly between the younger and the older generations. What is AI? It basically [Read More]

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How can recruiters make your life easier?

What does recruitment mean for most people? Generally, when people talk about recruitment, potential candidates think about the pain of interviewing, the hours spent trying to put a decent CV together, the “ghost” applications for which they never receive any type of feedback and of course the repetitive cover letters … If you’re on the [Read More]

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Why job offers fall through

You’ve found the perfect candidate for your opening after a 3 month search. You’ve been through such a long process to find that individual and are relieved that you have finally found someone. Juggling recruitment with the demands of work has been more than a challenge. So when you discover that, after all this time [Read More]

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Recruitment Due Diligence. What to expect.

The recruitment industry counts for over £26 billion in the UK * and is growing. However, hirers are facing a shrinking pool of candidates which is making the search for local talent difficult and time intensive. The latest employee outlook report, commissioned by the REC highlights that over 95% of employers feel they have no [Read More]

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You didn’t get the job? The most common reasons why.

Last week I asked our team of consultants to give me the reasons why companies had decided not to offer their candidates a job after after attending one or 2 interviews. There were some unusual responses and experiences from each consultant did vary; ranging from the not uncommon “came up against an internal applicant at [Read More]

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