Posts Tagged ‘recruiter’

A Quick Guide On How To Use Google For Jobs

Google for Jobs is a new tool launched by Google that allows both passive and active job seekers to explore jobs from third party sites like LinkedIn and Monster all combined within one Google Search.

You can watch our video below to look around the Google for Jobs platform… OR keep scrolling to get a step to step guide of how to manoeuvre your way around the platform and get the most out of Google for Jobs

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How You Can Hire The Best IT Contractors, Still Not Sure? Use Our Free Interview Template.

You have identified that you need an IT contractor to quickly join your business to help you achieve a business objective. You have gone to market to find some potential candidates but now you need to be confident that you are engaging the best-suited contractor for your requirement. This how-to guide will help you identify and engage the right person for your business. It also includes interview template that you can download to make the process easy and straightforward.

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How to Significantly Increase Engagement, Productivity and Keep Your Team Happy. [ADVICE]

Stuart Duthie is an IT leader with 13 years’ experience in senior and director level positions. As a permanent employee and then as an interim consultant, he has helped several organisations transform IT functions and achieve considerable improvements to engagement and productivity. As a qualified coach, Stuart brings a broad array of tools and approaches to his practice, enabling him to achieve these impressive results.

Today Stuart is talking through a specific recent example that resulted in a 36% increase to staff engagement within 9 months, evidenced through internal staff survey. This also had a positive impact on customer satisfaction and overall productivity.

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5 Key Job Seeking Activities That Will Help You Find Your Ideal Next Role.

Today Nick is sharing his portfolio of job seeking activities, advice that has helped many people find their ideal role. It is not rocket science and we are sure none of it will be new to you. Some of these activities involve recruitment agents, some don’t, but it is the collective effort across these different avenues that maximises the opportunity of finding the dream job. 

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