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The Importance of Building Strong Internal Relationships

Posted by Guest Blogger on 01-Dec-2016 11:23:39

The Importance of Building Strong Internal Relationships

In-house recruiters need to build great internal relationships. The best approaches to sourcing and selection, and many effective strategies to reduce cost and time per hire need to be supported by a strong network of internal partnerships. They are the bedrock of successful recruitment. Hiring managers need to know that they can rely on their HR and recruitment team to find the people they need, and in-house recruiters need to be able to trust their internal clients to ‘sell’ opportunities and to make a good impression.

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Topics: Point of View

9 myths about recruitment software

Posted by Jay Staniforth on 09-Jul-2015 16:27:25


Recruitment software is relatively young in its existence, although there are variations and individual modules that make up a complete recruitment solution that have been around for much longer than today's recruitment software solutions.

Whether you're a fan of it or not, there are undeniable benefits to using this software, and as with any software, there can be some downfalls.

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Topics: Technology, Human Resources HR, Point of View

Hiring Now - Astronaut

Posted by Jay Staniforth on 22-Jun-2015 12:50:00


So, you want to be an astronaut?

A colleague of mine passed me a link to an interesting article about how NASA interviews candidates who would like to be an Astronaut.

They talk about “looking for the 'right stuff,' but also trying to get rid of people with the 'wrong stuff,' to summarise the process.

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Topics: Interviews, In the news, Point of View

Things are looking up for Graduate Recruitment in 2014/ 2015

Posted by Jay Staniforth on 22-Jun-2015 12:40:00


“2014 signals a boom in UK Graduate employment opportunities” claims Jason Staniforth – Digital Marketing Specialist for Vacancy Filler Recruitment Software.

“It has previously been understood that you go to university, graduate, and then enter the working world to become exactly what you studied for – the harsh reality is that  this has not been the case for a number of years, and many graduates are finding  out the  hard way. 

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Topics: In the news, Social Media, Point of View