Following on from my previous two blogs, I wanted to bring together the discussion around global change and sustainability and how businesses can respond.
Following on from my previous blog (link) which broke down the recruitment process and explained Candidate Attraction I wanted to share with you my tips for optimising your Brand Recognition.
On the 5th June 2018, NP Group hosted our latest Technology Leadership Breakfast. The morning saw a fascinating speech from our Chairman Andy Green around sustainability and how businesses are and can respond. As the former Chief Executive of Logica and a board director at BT Andy has great insight into how large corporates are responding to the sustainability issues the planet faces and you can read more in his latest blog about some stand our organisations – link.
In my previous blog I remade the case for sustainability (link). But I promised to talk about what businesses should do – to greenwash or not to greenwash.
On the 5th of June 2018, I hosted NP Group’s fifth Technology Leadership Breakfast.
Topics: Business Transformation
The recruitment process can sometimes feel like an unmanageable phenomenon. There are so many moving parts, numerous stakeholders and plenty of technology to confuse things even further. For this blog, I want to break down the recruitment process and share some of the best kept secrets about how you, as an SME, can move your recruitment process from good to great. By implementing a few of these tips (which you don’t need external help for), you can improve the quality and volume of candidates you attract, as well as improving your brand recognition in the market.
Your chosen recruitment agency is there to bridge the gap between you as an employer and job-seekers as potential employees.
Once you’ve gone through the time-consuming process of applying to a job, tailoring your CV, writing a cover letter (see my colleague Sam Cushing's previous blog for top tips), you need to make sure you put your best foot forward in your phone interview.