Using recruitment software for apprenticeship programmes

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How recruitment software can help companies considering an apprenticeship recruitment drive

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Dispelling mobile recruitment software myths

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There's a lot of talk about mobile recruitment at the moment, but equally there is a lot of confusion as a result of software providers 'jumping on the mobile band wagon' and offering various degrees of mobile solutions. So let's dispel some of the myths here, and bring some clarity to the subject of mobile.

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What’s your mobile recruitment strategy?

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What are your recruitment predictions for the new year?

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The referred approach to recruitment

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Referral schemes are an excellent way of targeting passive candidates, which is proving significant for many corporates. Passive candidates might not actively be looking for a job, and so would not apply for the role if advertised via traditional recruitment methods. Yet, more often than not, they are the best person for the job, the one everyone wants.

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10 tips for designing your careers site

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As more and more candidates look to secure their next role online, the importance of having a well-designed and functionally rich recruitment website has never been so important. Here we discuss 10 top tips on how to get the most from your site.

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What is cloud technology and how is it impacting the recruitment industry?

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It may sound like a simple question, old news even, because surely everyone knows what the cloud is?

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Do you need a mobile recruiting app?

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One of the main focuses this year for many companies will be around mobile recruitment. There is, however, a tendency to leap on every new innovation as quickly as possible without fully considering the practicalities and thinking about how things might develop and evolve... Mobile Apps is one such example.

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The Evolution of Web Technologies

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Web technology and the way it is used has certainly evolved over the last few years, and each evolution has brought about new tools and techniques relevant to recruiters. These evolutions have popularly been called Web 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 in the media. Here, Chris Bogh, eploy®'s Technical Director discusses each generation of technology and what it means to the talent management professional.

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Can spreadsheets go the distance for recruitment?

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Unprecedented job applications for dwindling opportunities have become a common story in current times. North Yorkshire Police, for example, recently advertised 60 positions and received over 200,000 enquiries, crashing the phone line & causing a logistical nightmare.

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Recruitment Technology Delivering CRM Solutions

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Business development is essential to all recruitment agencies, so as the economic recovery builds momentum, now is the ideal opportunity for recruiters to look for new opportunities, win new business and further expand their market share by utilising the latest technically driven CRM systems.

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Agency Workers Regulations and the impact on in-house recruiters

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The government's publication of the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) final, which will come into force in October 2011, has prompted many large organisations to review their position on employing agency staff.

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The importance of web based Executive Search Software

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Senior executive recruitment is at its third highest level ever due to a dramatic resurgence in demand, according to the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC).
 

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