Job Profiling

Job descriptions: best practice is boring
Date: 30th May 2016
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One of the biggest and most common mistakes most companies make when hiring is that they don’t seriously think about the type of person they are looking for and what they specifically need them to achieve before jumping into the recruitment process. Most job descriptions are a visible indicator of just how much thought has […]

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Attracting Top Talent: Shake up your job descriptions!
Date: 11th February 2016
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2016 is the year of change. The tables are finally turning, and it’s an employees market for the first time in a decade. Throughout 2015 we heard how difficult it is to find those perfect candidates, as companies compete to secure top talent. So what’s the secret to conquering this changing job market? It’s time […]

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Hiring New Staff: To Clone or Not to Clone
Date: 19th October 2015
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In theory, replacing an outgoing staff member is a fairly easy task. Firstly, you look at what their role contains, then analyse what they do and finally, employ the person whose skills are the closest match to the outgoing candidate. Simple. Right? But while trying to clone a departing member of staff may seem like […]

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Hire a Mover, Fire a Shaker: Talent Tactics
Date: 2nd August 2015
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Have you ever wondered when interviewing whether a candidate is genuinely interested and motivated to work for you? Or are they just well rehearsed and saying exactly what they want you to hear? Most job descriptions include a fairly comprehensive list of skills and experience that the successful candidate needs to possess, making it easy for […]

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