Over the past 5 months, a group of recruiters and HR professionals have been facilitating a meet-up called #AskARecruiter. These are the key topics that arose, which may be helpful in your job search.
Tips & Tricks
I recently heard a TED Talk on the topic of choice. This got me thinking about how we make decisions about our jobs, and choose whether to accept or decline a job offer.
l’d like to share a few tips l’ve learnt as an agency recruiter that will help you take a step forward in the LinkedIn community and increase your chances of being discovered for new opportunities.
As a new manager, I’m always interested in learning about new ways to motivate my team and increase our productivity, so I was particularly excited to hear about the following time management techniques at the recent RCSA event.
High Performance Behaviour – what every employer wants in their next staff member. The reality is that it’s not easy to define, let alone find. What distinguishes your good staff from your remarkable ones? When asked that question, the answers vary from skills to attitudes – and so the problem begins. Words mean different things…
Would you be able to nominate two positive referees from previous employers? It is a question nearly every recruiter will ask you at some point in your application process.
When starting out in a new role or in a new organisation, the way you present yourself sets the tone for what it’s going to be like having you on board.
It’s no secret that being healthy has great benefits such as increasing your happiness and boosting your immune system, but it also has a direct impact on your work productivity. In one study, it was found that healthy eating resulted in a 25% increase in job performance. They also found that those who exercise for…
“Congratulations you’ve been progressed to the assessment centre!” So, what is an Assessment Centre? Here are some tips and advice to help you prepare.
It is part of the past to expect someone to have a “professional” persona during working hours and their “real self” during their free time.