Could your contingent workforce grow too quickly?

Why employer branding should be part of your RPO.

How are we minimising the candidate drop-off rate?

How are we implementing AI in recruitment?

Why the interview process is so vital to a scaling business and how to improve it

Should the candidate experience be synonymous with customer experience?

So, you’ve built a ready to hire talent pool; what do you do next?

Why does the language you use in job ads matter?

Is your candidate experience damaging your tech employer brand?

Tech Recruitment: Understanding Tech Talent Infographic

Could your contingent workforce grow too quickly?

Accelerating the growth of your contingent workforce can put company culture at risk. Introduction Increasingly, talent acquisition teams are making contingent workers a core part of their resourcing strategies. There is, quite rightly, a lot of noise around the importance of managing the risks around contingent worker non-compliance and contingent workforce costs. Yet there is […]

Why employer branding should be part of your RPO.

Most RPO companies refuse to talk about employer branding. Introduction For many Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) providers, employer branding is a taboo subject. They would prefer to build their own relationships with candidates. In contrast to encouraging an organisation to reach out to candidates and build awareness directly through their own employer brand. The danger, […]

How are we minimising the candidate drop-off rate?

In the competitive recruitment landscape, minimising the candidate drop-off rate is paramount. Join us as we explore how detailed job descriptions, transparent timelines, and personalised feedback help us streamline the recruitment process and ensure a seamless journey for candidates and employers alike. Introduction Candidate drop-off refers to individuals who initially showed interest in a job […]

How are we implementing AI in recruitment?

From streamlined candidate sourcing to predictive analytics, the possibilities for AI in recruitment are transformative. We’ve implemented developing technology into our recruitment services to offer unprecedented efficiency, accuracy and insight throughout the hiring process. Introduction The capabilities of AI are endless. New technologies are becoming seamlessly integrated into our daily lives, to reshape individuals’ as […]

Why the interview process is so vital to a scaling business and how to improve it

When you’re trying to scale, your senior teams don’t have time to interview candidates constantly. They have other priorities. If your interview process isn’t up to scratch, you may find yourself in a cycle of candidates dropping out halfway through and restarting the hiring process all over again.

In a candidate-driven market, you also need to leverage the interview process to show what’s great about your business. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that every candidate you interview is desperate to work for you; you’re just one option of many in the current market. Instead, think about how you can sell yourself to the candidates. Perfecting your interview process creates consistency within the candidate experience, helping to get your employer brand message across. As a scaling business without reputation and name to fall back on, employer brand is everything and will make the difference for candidates. And when it comes to employer branding, consistency and authenticity are key.

Should the candidate experience be synonymous with customer experience?

The candidate experience is incredibly similar to your customer one. Every interaction that a candidate has with your brand forms a perception of you as an employer, from the initial application through to interview and even onboarding. Therefore, to present an authentic brand image that candidates can be excited about, you need to think about every possible time they can interact with your brand.

So, you’ve built a ready to hire talent pool; what do you do next?

For scaling businesses that may experience large-scale growth quickly and suddenly, a talent pool could be a vital tool to have at your disposal. It means you don’t have to pause and take time to plan for these new hires when you’ve been given the green light; you can reach out to your interested candidates. You don’t even need to have vacancies available. If you’re strategic, you can build a talent pool by promoting your employer brand and engaging suitable candidates for when roles become available.

Why does the language you use in job ads matter?

In a candidate-driven market, tech employers cannot afford to lose quality candidates at the application stage simply because they used jargon or biased language. Therefore, getting the language right in your job adverts could be a vital part of ensuring you attract suitable tech candidates.

Is your candidate experience damaging your tech employer brand?

Tech recruitment is the most competitive it’s ever been, with employers in all industries fighting for candidates with identical skillsets. Digitally-led businesses are seeing a surge in demand for their services, which means they suddenly need to hire quickly to keep up. Other companies are looking to hire tech talent so that they can compete […]

Tech Recruitment: Understanding Tech Talent Infographic

Tech talent is in high demand; tech scaleups and businesses are booming as a result of the last 12 months while other organisations from almost every industry imaginable are looking to digitise and keep up in a tech-first era. We’re currently in a candidate driven market when it comes to recruiting tech talent; with the […]

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