Retaining top talent can be a challenge for business’ all around the world. As a recruiter, we see all sorts of reasons that people move on from seemingly great companies (luckily for us as it helps us stay in business ?). I’ve been looking into why people leave and what you can do to help
Interview tasks are often a topic that I find causes much debate, and to be frank I see no right or wrong answer to the question of completing them. For me, the answer depends on a number of factors that could influence your decision to act: How much do you really want the job? If
Joining A New Team We have all been there before, you’ve just started your new job and you need to settle in and get up and running as quickly as possible. Here are some top tips to make sure the process is as speedy and smooth as possible. Don’t tell them they are
What do job applicants want? Job applicants often have multiple opportunities so the answer to this question can be one that every hirer wishes that they could answer or at very least fulfil. I’m afraid there is no magic answer to this question however what I can do is give a few pointers on how
If you’re asking yourself, ‘How do I become a Product Manager?’… The path to becoming a product manager is less clear than most! It’s rare that you speak to two product managers that have come down the same career path as one another; the avenues into becoming a product manager are hugely diverse and varied.
As someone who has recently embarked on setting up their own business and Ltd Company, I felt it a prudent time to write a review of some things to look out for when going about this task. It’s something that I’d wanted to do for a while and whilst it’s been great fun there are
No experience, no problem…!! We’ve all heard it before ‘what experience do you have?’, ‘what can you bring to the team?’ These are hard questions to answer when your new to an industry, let alone the IT sector! There will undoubtedly be new technical skills that will be important to learn before and during an
It’s often something that we recruiters hear time and time again and in the fast-moving tech world this request is seemingly more common. That got me thinking. Is this just a phase or is this movement that we will all be working remotely in the next 10 years? Now I’m currently writing this blog from