The employment market is fierce with competition, so you need to know how to play to your strengths if you’re going to nab the best talent out there.
Who are you? What do you stand for? What makes you great? No, not you personally: your company. And moreover, your company brand. Because in a world of fierce competition (honestly, it’s like Game of Thrones out there) you need to know how to play to your strengths if you’re going to nab the best talent on the market.
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A job interview is the most important step in the recruitment process, and you’ll want to create a positive
interview experience for all candidates, whether or not they are successful. A recent LinkedIn survey found that
83 per cent of candidates would change their mind about a role due to an unsatisfactory interview, while 87 per
cent of candidates reported that a positive interview experience would make them more likely to accept the job.
If you’re recruiting staff, you might think that the coronavirus pandemic has totally ruined your onboarding procedure, now that everyone’s working from home. Yes, you’ve got to adapt, but you can still onboard new staff effectively without ever meeting your new recruit in person.