Facing interview facts

As we settle in to our new normal, we are starting to face the reality of business processes changing. Simple practices that we didn’t think twice about and probably took for granted are suddenly much more complex – or, at least they seem to be right now. We are being forced to change and adapt

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A call to arms

Flexible/Remote working – If you wanted it, then now’s your chance to keep it! While many of us will be used to working remotely there are huge numbers of people that are not.  For some this will be an adjustment that they never wanted to make and for others the most welcome of changes, albeit

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Have you thought about how your Recruiter and Employer Brands are affected by your Wellbeing strategy, or lack of?

Let’s start by clarifying how I define a recruiter brand vs an employer brand.  To me, a recruiter brand is how your business is perceived as a recruiter – this may include your reputation regarding  interview process, interviewers, how many roles you are hiring and why, your advertised salaries and benefits packages and various other

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My Anxiety & Me

To mark Mental Health Awareness Day, I wanted to share something with you all. There’s no satire or humour this time; no puns to hide behind. This is simply a story about a young man battling something he didn’t understand. It’s a true story and it’s taken 18 years to write, but maybe it helps

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Interview tips for the interviewer

Why hasn’t interview etiquette evolved with the rest of the world? We see hundreds of articles, posts, hints and tips about interview techniques. What to do and what not to do in an interview. From what to wear and the protocol of a ‘proper’ handshake through to the importance of body language, eye contact and

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