We recently polled a collective audience on social media to discover how people begin their search for a new job and our findings were that by rather a large lead the majority of individuals connect with a recruiter to assist them finding work.
One of the biggest reasons why an individual chooses to work with a recruiter is the level of trust you put in them, as a candidate it’s hugely important to trust your recruiter.
We are proud to have our account manager Katie Roberts speaking out in support of Dyslexia Awareness Week.
Dyslexia is a lifelong condition that effects reading, writing and spelling, it is not a problem with intelligence, however people with dyslexia will require the right learning environment to progress.
“I was told at school in year seven, aged 11 that there’s no point putting me forward as I wouldn’t’ get any qualifications”.
Through my hard work to overcome any obstacles I achieved 12 GCSES’s grades A-C, then progressed to college where I achieved BTEC in Performing Arts with Distinction....
GDPR is a new EU regulation that will be enforced from 25 May 2018, it will strengthen and replace the current rules under the Data Protection Act (1998) by introducing new obligations for businesses and rights for individuals.
How GDPR will affect your recruitment process:
- Rights for individuals under GDPR will include having subject access, any inaccuracies correction and right to information erasure
- Individuals have the right not to be...
What does this mean for your business?
With unemployment rates at an all-time low and businesses spending more time on their employee engagement, the job market has become very candidate driven, meaning securing a high calibre candidate can be a struggle. It’s more important than ever to ensure your company and job vacancy appear attractive to candidates and once you have a candidate you react quickly. Our step by step guide to candidate driven markets can help:
- Make sure the job title is correct and relevant to the role
- Ensure your company benefits are...
Star Candidate for January 2018
Each month we will bring you our star candidate able to add value to your business.
Financial Director, based Wirral/Cheshire looking for a new role, £65-£80K per annum
- Group Financial Director
- Board level experience
- Commercially astute handling business strategy as well as managing financial banking, reporting and funding
- FTSE 100
- Multi sector background
If you wish to arrange an interview with this candidate, contact the team on 0151 601 5288 or email email@example.com
Our Support to you...
Charlotte’s Brightside was founded to support local children, young people and families and are based in New Brighton, Wirral in a purposely refurbished centre. They provide a wide range of activities to positively engage children aged 6–16 years.
- £5 per strip – winner wins all!
Thanks to our local friends and companies who have donated, the prize (WORTH £400!!!) includes:
Large Clarins gift box, £20 voucher for Rocks & Frocks, Oxton, Gift Voucher for a 1 hour Swedish or Sports massage from Wirral Mobile Massage, Breakfast for two at Charelles Café in Hoylake, Father Christmas Candy Canes, Katie Loxton scented tea lights, Christmas Skittles box, £20 voucher for Chutneys, Oxton, Along came Polly tin...