Archived content for the category: ‘Recruitment’

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A prospective new client told me last week that they may need our services as the person they have recently hired is a “dud” and they may need to let him go. This jolted my curiosity, as after 6 weeks in the role it sounded like they had already made… read more






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This week I was told an excruciating story of a senior executive going for two roles at the same time and the two very different experiences he had during his job search.  The end result was one happy employer and consultant who scored a top executive, the other consultancy and… read more






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12 years ago, I was asked by my business coach to write down a list of all my frustrations in business and in life. I wrote a solid two pages of whinges. It was the permission I needed to have my own little pity parade with on orchestra of violins. It… read more






Reference Checking




A natural step in the recruitment process is for employers to verify your employment history and job performance in previous roles before making you a formal offer of employment. Nothing new here. However, there are things that you should strongly consider before casually handing over your referee details. Talking to… read more






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Top talent can be hard to find and enticing them to consider your role may be even harder. Even though our unemployment rate is at 6.3%, A-class super stars are almost always gainfully employed and are rarely actively on the job seeking market. Finding them is tough enough, so this… read more






 
 
 
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