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AI Recruiting: How to use AI in Recruitment

For many, AI conjures up images of Hal from 2001: A Space Odyssey. A good idea in theory, a dystopian nightmare in practice. But despite our apocalyptic fears, AI is strangely marketed as a recruiter’s new best friend. In fact, I can’t help but wonder that if they’d named it Augmented Intelligence and not Artificial […]

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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 with things moving online due to Coronavirus, hiring […]

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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 budget more effectively.  Yield ratios show the percentage of candidates that pass from one stage […]

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Candidate Selection Tools: The 8 Best To Use When Recruiting

The digital ecosystem of Talent Technology is complex. Lots of companies talk a good game, but finding out what they actually do and how they do it takes work. This article cuts through the noise (and empty marketing promises) to provide you with insight into 8 of the best candidate selection tools used when hiring. […]

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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 of employment, making both candidate selection and new hire onboarding […]

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The 13 Areas of Diversity Every Recruiter Needs to Know

Diversity often tends to be a buzzword many companies put at the forefront of their recruitment campaigns and employer branding strategies.  At the same time, the hunt for diversity first and foremost leans toward racial diversity. Many businesses believe they have diverse teams if it is diverse in the color of people’s skin.  Incorrect.  Diversity […]

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Seasonal Hiring: 10 Tips to Hire Temporary Workers

Seasonal hiring usually presents multiple challenges for recruiters. Not least, how to maintain a high quality of hire, whilst hiring temporary workers on short-term contracts? Better still, how to do this whilst simultaneously minimising time to hire and keeping recruitment costs down? These are just some of the issues we’ll explore in this article.  We’ll […]

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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 profit being lost on unnecessary salary costs. Too few, and you’re unable to sustain growth, or struggle to keep up with […]

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Preboarding: 8 Steps To Deliver An Awesome Experience

Investing in creating an excellent preboarding process is just as important as onboarding your new employees when it comes to improving new hire performance and reducing attrition. Candidates are applying for more jobs than ever before. As such it’s more likely that your candidate may still be engaged in other recruitment processes even after they’ve […]

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