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The Importance of Supporting a Charity

30 Jul 2015

In a recent survey, a staggering 82% of customers agreed that their decision to engage with a business would be affected by whether a company engaged with charities and their local community. So why is this and how can supporting a charity be great for your internal and external brand? Regardless of your business size, […]

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Recruit in a market you know

29 Jul 2015

Actually having some form of knowledge and understanding of the market you operate in, usually has a business advantage in every industry, especially when it come to recruitment. I myself am a Marketing and Advertising Recruiter who has a 2:1 Degree in Advertising. My University course covered design, visualisation, brand, media, analysis and of course […]

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How to improve the client relationship…

24 Jul 2015

The point of outsourcing any service is to partner with a specialist supplier who knows what they’re doing and can ultimately make your own life easier by providing a product or service that you don’t have the time or resources to achieve yourself. Such is the relationship between a recruitment agency and their clients; the […]

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How to find the very best temporary staff

24 Jul 2015

Temporary or contract staff may sometimes seem like a backup plan to hiring permanent staff, but there are many benefits, which we’ve discussed, in previous blogs. I’m here today to talk about how, once you’ve engaged with a recruitment partner, you can find the very best temporary/interim staff for your business Hiring temporary/interim can be […]

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Managing performance management

21 Jul 2015

Performance management will always be something that is part of the core business model, whether you’re being managed or doing the managing. Performance management is supposed to act as a more proactive method than a weekly/monthly/annual review. Well-structured performance management is the continuous process of objective setting, assessment of progress and continuous coaching and feedback […]

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Guest Blog: ‘Recruitment is not a dirty word’

17 Jul 2015

Before I begin, I wrote this article not because I like the guys at Adam because I don’t (actually I do but please don’t tell them), or because they are paying me (fat chance from the Mancunian mafia) but because I have seen a number of recruitment firms recently almost apologise for their chosen profession. […]

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So, what is DevOps?

16 Jul 2015

The emerging trend that is DevOps has taken IT, Business Development and Developers by storm. The beauty of DevOps is that it is designed to bridge the gap between software developers and IT professionals. DevOps allows never seen before collaboration, which prevents the development process becoming a one-way street of developers sending a product to […]

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Twitter Town

9 Jul 2015

Wouldn’t life be so much better if we left all of our bureaucracy to social media….. Well one town has decided to completely embrace Twitter. For the previous four years, a town in Spain has been relying on the American online social networking site for managing the town and life of the residents. The town, […]

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How to increase your chances of receiving a job offer

9 Jul 2015

If you’re currently on the recruitment ‘merry-go-round’, you may find yourself entering interview after interview, with no real idea of when you’ll land yourself in a new role. We’ve previously done a blog on how to make sure your job application actually gets read, but now I’m going to share my advice on how to […]

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Are you ready for data breaches?

7 Jul 2015

The continued innovation of cloud, data warehousing, analytics and ‘big data’ has inevitably led to the rise of new threats to your company and personal security. 2014 was unofficially known as the ‘year of the data breach’ with Sony, Target, Uber, Celebrities’ iCloud accounts and even the United States Government falling victim to ‘Data Breaching’. […]

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