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.

5 Reasons to Integrate Pre-Hire Assessments with Your ATS

Why Should You Integrate Pre-Hire Assessments with Your ATS?  Integrating pre-hire assessments with your Applicant Tracking System (ATS) can help you...

How to Run Better Intake Meetings (For Recruiters)

What is an Intake Meeting?  The intake meeting marks the beginning of the hiring process. It's when the recruiter meets with the hiring manager to...
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 range of tasks in a structured way. A new hire checklist is useful to ensure all new recruits go through a consistent and first class onboarding process.  According to research, 20% of new hires quit within the first 45 days...

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Workforce Planning: The Ultimate Guide

Workforce Planning: The Ultimate Guide

Effective, strategic workforce planning is essential for any high-performing organisation. Evolving organisations typically walk a thin tightrope between the twin dangers of overstaffing and understaffing.  Too many staff and your company becomes bloated with...

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