Having a recruitment strategy means taking a step back from urgently filling your roles, and creating a structured plan of action to reach, assess and hire the right people for your current and future organisational goals.

Recruitment budget: 7 ways to save money in 2020

Picture this. You’ve got a rising number of vacancies that need filling. You know how to reach the right candidates, but you’ve spent all your recruitment...

Predictive Hiring Analytics: How to Use Them

Companies have a wealth of information about their employees. Most HR systems can easily capture performance data, retention data and employee engagement....
Hiring Remotely: 9 Mistakes to Avoid

Hiring Remotely: 9 Mistakes to Avoid

Fully remote hiring can be a strange concept at first. After all, who we choose to work with is an important decision, and we like to weigh important decisions up carefully. We usually like to test drive our cars, view our homes and date our life partners but...

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High Yield Ratio Recruitment: What is it?

High Yield Ratio Recruitment: What is it?

If you’re a volume recruiter hiring can feel like a never-ending treadmill of ‘must-fill’ vacancies. Calculating your recruitment team's yield ratio will help you to demonstrate the value you are adding to the organisation and help allocate your recruitment marketing...

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New Hire Checklist: The Complete Guide

New Hire Checklist: The Complete Guide

Effective onboarding requires performing a plethora of tasks in a structured and organised way. A new hire checklist is useful to ensure all new recruits go through a consistent and first-rate onboarding process.  According to research, 20% of new hires quit within...

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