In-House Recruiting

Is it time to let your employees work from home?

In-House Recruiting
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Just over 13% of the UK’s workforce currently work from home, but is it time your business had an office shake up and introduced remote working? We explore the benefits of flexible working policies.Read More

You’re hired! Five reasons to take on an apprentice

In-House Recruiting, Recruitment Strategies
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With National Apprenticeship Week upon us, we explore why you should look to hire an apprentice for your team.Read More

Teamwork interview questions: How to find out if a candidate is a team player

In-House Recruiting
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Team work is a phrase that is cited a lot in the workplace for its importance but with the average teamwork interview questions it can often be difficult to gauge if a candidate is really a team player.Read More

Attracting the top graduate talent

In-House Recruiting
Attracting the top graduate talent

There’s less than six months to go until students graduate, but with an ever expanding list of companies looking to hire the best of the best, how can you ensure your company attracts the cream of the crop?Read More

Curveball interview questions for recruiters to ask candidates

In-House Recruiting, Recruitment Strategies
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As a recruiter you will have used your fair share of standard recruitment questions, but have you really thought about what you want to hear from potential new employees?Read More

Taking your candidate interview to the next level

In-House Recruiting, Recruitment Strategies
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Interviews are as much about the candidate selling themselves to the business, as they are about you selling the business and its ethos to the candidate. After all, it’s important to find the right person for the job, but who will also get on well with the rest of the company.Read More

Keep investing in your staff referral scheme

In-House Recruiting, Recruitment Agencies, Recruitment Strategies
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Recruitment is going through so many changes – look at the rise of mobile and social media recruiting, for instance. But recruiters need to be careful not to overlook the value of more traditional tools. Staff referral schemes are a key example.Read More

Making room for outstanding talent

In-House Recruiting, Recruitment Strategies
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Sometimes the problem isn’t a lack of good candidates – it’s that there’s too many of them. Every so often a recruitment process can identify a candidate who, while not right for the specific role, might be perfect for something else – or who is so talented that there’s a temptation to create a role for them.Read More

How to run phone and video interviews

In-House Recruiting, Recruitment Strategies
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In our increasingly tech-centred world, organisations are turning to video-conferencing to screen job candidates. We caught up with talent acquisition company Alexander Mann Solutions to find out why, and how they should be done properly…Read More

Job Adverts: How Much Info is Enough/Too Much?

In-House Recruiting

In an attempt to address some of the findings from Jobsite’s White Paper on the frustrations of jobseekers, we sought out an expert to tell us about their personal approach to writing adverts.

Here, Edwina Goldman, Managing Director of JFL Search and Selection, helps us answer the question: how much information is enough?

Job Adverts: How Much Info is Enough/Too Much?

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