Tag: recruitment

Dealing with the Notion of ‘Useless Degrees’

| June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

After reading an article on how to sell your useless degree after graduating, I started thinking about the fresh-faced students who are about to embark on living in what many people like to refer to as ‘the real world.’ I read American Studies at University. When it comes to useless degrees, it’s not the craziest, […]

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Make the most of your recruitment consultant

| April 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Had a frustrating experience with a recruitment consultant? Are they not returning your calls? We’ve all been there. AAT career coach, Aimee Bateman, offers her top four tips for getting the most out of the relationship. And she should know – she was one once. Recruiters don’t always provoke happy thoughts in the minds of […]

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Video Recruiting on the Increase say UK HR Directors

| March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

With candidate shortages and recruitment challenges reportedly plaguing UK organisations, increasingly HR directors are relying on the advancement in technology to support their wider recruitment drive, according to new research1 from specialist recruitment consultancy OfficeTeam UK.  More than four in 10 (41%) UK HR directors say that compared to three years ago, they have increased […]

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