The offer stage is often seen as the most difficult stage and stressful part of the recruitment process but we can make it a lot easier on ourselves with effective offer management and client/candidate liaison and as your Career Ally, we can advise you on the best approach.
After spending almost 50% of this year working on RFP positions for our clients, with the ongoing frustration of demand outstripping supply, I thought it would be useful to reflect on how different RFP teams across the City are set up and what RFP Writers want.
I imagine the majority of people who read the above question would instantaneously think “milk”, at which point the person asking the question feels smug as they tell you that cows actually drink water…
After reading in the news recently about the global release of the new Grand Theft Auto V Computer Game, by Rockstar Games, and how an online survey gathered enough information from gamers to predict that thousands of them had either booked the next day or week off work as holiday or planned 'sickness' made my jaw drop!
Having watched the interview with Katie Hopkins on This Morning last week, I have decided she is most definitely the latter. Katie doesn't seem to have a stop button, suggesting that children named Tyler were “unlikely to have good prospects” and “children’s birthdays are rather like trains, there will be another one
A colleague from our Australian office recently posted an interesting blog on ‘What Makes a Great Change Manager’. Reading this article got me thinking about what the term ‘Change Manager’ really means. Pure Change Manager roles seem to be becoming more common in this environment and it’s sometimes hard to distinguish exactly what the