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Recruitment needs to move beyond carrots and sticks

Recruitment needs to move beyond carrots and sticks

April 15, 2014

If the recruitment industry is going to change, where do we start? These changes are likely to come from increasing pressure to adapt – escalating the rate of change and volatility – defining a new normal …

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Is the recruitment industry going to change as much as they say?

Is the recruitment industry going to change as much as they say?

April 11, 2014

There is a lot of discussion about the future of recruitment consultancy and the changing nature of the industry. These conversations largely focus on the threats posed by insourcing or social media (specifically LinkedIn), and throughout these conversations people and businesses are thrown into either one of two buckets: •  The innovators – those embracing the new technologies •  The ostr …

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A history lesson in recruitment from the Roman army

A history lesson in recruitment from the Roman army

April 8, 2014

When do you think the recruitment industry was born? Most people would think it was a 20th Century creation, but many of the practices have been in play for thousands of years. Raghav Singh, in a piece on Take a peek.

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5 things recruiters must have to survive in the future

5 things recruiters must have to survive in the future

April 3, 2014

Back in the earlier days of recruitment, the job was all about making as many phone calls as possible and building relationships with people. We didn’t have the wide range of sophisticated communication tools available to us today! The recruitment industry is changing all the time, and technology is providing us with more and more innovative ways of bringing people together. That’s not …

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Do what you love, or love what you do?

Do what you love, or love what you do?

March 31, 2014

By Ross Coverdale It was Confucius who said ‘choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life’. Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? Spending your days working away on things you love doing, things you are passionate about, and things that fill your life with so much joy you’ll never feel li …

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