Why talent matters

Why talent mattersIn any business, the old adages are true. Sayings like “A company’s employees are its greatest asset” and “A company is only as good as its best staff” provide good rules to work by. Your people represent your philosophy and services, so it figures that competition is rife for attracting the cream of the crop. Good staff typically means talented staff,.
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How to stand out in the New Year

How to stand out in the New Year2015 is upon us and industry rivalry is as fierce as ever, so it is crucial that recruiters get the pick of the best candidates for their organisation. There are many ways you can improve your attraction to potential employees and stand out from the rest of the crowd. What follows are five tips to make your organisation more prominent.
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Take control of candidate sourcing in 2014

candidate sourcingSourcing the best candidates is the most important part of a recruiter’s skills and it always pays to review your existing methods. Here are some aspects of sourcing you might not have considered to help you take control of candidate sourcing in 2015. Sell yourself If you haven’t done this already, 2015 is time for you to get proactive and promote your company. “Candidates.
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How to make 2015 the best recruiting year ever

have the best recruiting yearFor most people a new year gives them a chance to wake up new, wipe their slates clean and start again, in the hope of making progress towards those long-held dreams. So with a blank canvas stretching out before you, have you given any thought to your recruitment goals? What do you want 2015 to look like? Now is the time.
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Introducing the totaljobs.com mobile app and what it can do for you

Good talent doesn’t wait, so we at totaljobs.com have released a brand new mobile app which makes it easier than ever before for jobseekers to discover and apply for your vacancies. Each year the importance of mobile in our industry grows, with nearly half of job searches now taking place on a mobile device. So our state of the art.
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5 reasons top candidates want to work in London

5 reasons top candidates want to work in London18th century English writer Samuel Johnson once wrote: ‘When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life,’ and the recent Global Talent Survey (conducted by The Network and the Boston Consulting Group) certainly seems to back that up. Many may have thought that New York, Berlin, Barcelona or Paris would have been the top choice for the world’s.
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Decoding Global Talent: media coverage

Decoding global talentThe Global Talent Survey recently revealed a number of key findings about jobseekers, both locally in the UK and globally. Here are a few video clips of where this research has been highlighted in the media… For further media coverage, you can click this link to watch an inspirational TED conference talk from Rainer Strack (Human resources expert) about “The.
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What motivates UK jobseekers?

When people in the UK look for a job, they tend to have personal requirements from a new role whether it be an attractive salary, a position that offers a good work/life balance, a reputable employer or a great retirement package. This infographic illustrates what’s most important to UK jobseekers when looking for a new job, what they value most once.
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Why do people want to work abroad?

This year, the Global Talent Survey revealed a number of key findings about jobseekers and their preferences when looking to work abroad. This infographic illustrates where most UK jobseekers would choose to relocate, the top 5 things that would motivate UK jobseekers to move away from home, where global jobseekers would choose to relocate and what they value most in a.
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International recruitment challenges and how to combat them

One of the best aspects of modern life is how much smaller the world has become. Better connected by transport links and communications, our perceptions of international borders widen. However what influence does this have on global recruitment? How do jobseekers view the viability of overseas work and how should employers respond? These are all pertinent questions raised and answered by.
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