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RT @jim_roach_ARV: Who knew? Winner at the @IIPAwards - proper choked up. Well done team @ARVSolutions https://t.co/h1KIFOtK6t
In recruitment there's often that heart-stopping moment when you get a call, email/Linkedin message from a placed candidate where you think "Oh no, what's wrong?". It happened this morning ....
We have started sending our placed candidates a mug ready for their first day in their new jobs and we've had some lovely testimonials!
I was very interested to read this article in Recruitment Grapevine (see link below), where it shares the results of a survey conducted by the Job Board CV-library, asking workers for their career priorities and sacrifices. The headline made it a "must read" for me: "8 out of 10 Brits would take a pay cut for their dream job". This got me thinking: how can we turn a good job into a dream job? Or even: how do we ensure our good job attracts our dream candidate? In this current market of the right experience and qualifications becoming increasingly scarce, it's critical that we ensure we attract the right people and put ourselves head and shoulders above the competition. How can we do this?
There is frequent criticism of school and college leavers that they are unprepared for the world of work, so is there anything employers can do to ensure they get the workforce they need?
Creative suggestions welcomed for our new office. Will you help design and furnish our office?