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    What Should Candidates STOP Doing?

    There’s probably a whole list of definite no-nos for candidates but this week our panel of experts share their advice on what they think should never be done in the hiring process. You might be telling your candidates some of this already, but if you’re not, feel free to add them on. Kerri-Ann Hargreaves STOP […] More

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    What Should Candidates Be Doing More Of?

    What else can we do? is probably one of the most common questions your candidates are asking you. There is always the risk of them doing too much so how do you make sure they should be doing more of the right things in order to land that job? Well this week our panel of […] More

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    The Must-do Interview Checklist for Your Candidates

    Preparation, preparation, and preparation – it’s something you’ve probably told your candidates a thousand times to do ahead of a job interview. We’ve heard of the saying, ‘If you fail to plan, you plan to fail’ and that’s something you definitely don’t want for your candidates. “We get more questions about interviews than anything else, […] More

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    How Should a Candidate Follow up After an Interview?

    It’s probably one of the most-asked questions from your employees. Should you call or email after being interviewed to see how you’ve done? How long should you wait before you make contact or do you sit it out and wait for them to get in touch like the famous saying “Don’t call us, we’ll call […] More

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    2020 the Year to Take Recruitment on the Road

    Although the British unemployment rate remains at its lowest since 1975, with only 3.9% of individuals out of work, the number of vacancies remains considerable with an estimated 800,000 job vacancies on the market. With so many vacancies and few candidates, the ‘Battle for Talent’ remains ruthless as companies struggle to find and retain skilled […] More

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    12 Things Your Candidate Should Say at Interviews

    Recruiters have a whole arsenal of advice for the candidates in their care. But a lot of this advice tends to be negative: don’t say this, don’t shake hands like that. As with most feedback, when critiquing a candidate’s mock-interview it is easier to address what went wrong than to cook up positive new ideas […] More