Recruiting The Millennial & What To Consider

The millennial has received some negative connotations in the hiring world – they’re demanding, self-righteous and expect everything at their fingertips. However, these stereotypes are not a true representation of the generation as a whole. Instead, their characteristics are more varied and are reshaping the workplace. When recruiting the millennial it is important their generalised characteristics, work style and motivations are understood …

3 Signs That Your Hiring Process Is Outdated

There has been so much excitement about the introduction of technology within recruitment; applicant tracking systems, AI chat bots, video interviewing and more. Since then, there has been a lot of dispute over whether technology can, in fact, replace the recruiter. In our opinion, the answer to this is obvious. No piece of technology can replace the power of the human …

A Graduate’s Guide To LinkedIn

“What’s the point in creating a LinkedIn account before you find a job?” This is a thought many graduates have once they’ve finished university and begin their job search. But having an account is a great advantage to widen your job search, showcase your professionalism and communicate with those in your chosen sector of work. Choose an appropriate picture First and …

7 Essential Tips For Businesses New To Social Media

No Budget No Problem? Social Media tips for new businesses – help create an effective social media strategy at no cost! Determine appropriate platforms Research the social media channel you think will be the most effective platform to reach and engage with your audience. By doing this you will start to determine where your target audience is most active online. Start …

4 Ways To Make Yourself More Employable Whilst You Are Unemployed

If you have been job hunting for a while, it’s more than normal to feel frustrated. Sitting around, feeling sorry for yourself during your job hunt is only going to make you feel unmotivated. Instead, you should be bettering yourself ready for your next position. Keeping yourself busy and developing your skillset further will only make you more employable. Although …

Considering A Candidate With No Experience

This is always a tricky decision for any hiring manager. Do you offer a candidate an interview with the risk that they’ll have NO idea what they’re doing? Or do you take the chance and become pleasantly surprised when they turn out to be a GREAT employee! Either way, both outcomes will depend on the candidate themselves. Look at what they DO have Do they have any …

How To Answer: “How Would Your Co-workers Describe You?”

How would your co-workers describe you? This is an interview question that can go either way dependent on how much you’ve prepared. The interviewer will ask you this question to see how well your answer reflects your personality and your professional self. Be prepared If you’re not prepared and you attempt to ‘wing’ this question it can put your chances of …

Top London Roles June 2017

Whether you are living in London already or you are hoping to relocate, there are lots of exciting opportunities. If you are looking for Product Management, Content Editing, Social Media or Design opportunities, we’ve got it all!  First up, Product Manager at Foreign & Commonwealth Office Job Description: Flexible, adaptable and resilient, you are an experienced web professional with a proven track …