Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn etc. are all readily available and important tools in the recruitment process. It’s important that we recognise this if we are searching for (or to fill) a new position. Social media ranks highly on internet searches so when a potential employer searches your name or reversely the job seeker searches the company / interviewer it is likely that they will get back social media items in their search results.
Writen by: Helen Watson on 2019-08-23
Can you imagine only using your Smart Phone to make telephone calls and send texts….nothing more!! No emails sending your CV and application to jobs, no recruitment apps, no social media, no blogs, no Tweets, no looking on websites for new job vacancies!!!
Writen by: Ros Lawrence on 2019-07-24
In any industry or commercial enterprise people tend to vote with their feet, meaning that if the service they receive is not up to standard they will not re-use that service or re-visit that site.
Writen by: Helen Watson on 2019-07-09
Having had a 3 year hiatus from recruiting for the Legal sector, I am pleased to announce that Independent Appointments will be re-launching its stance as a well-respected and trusted name in the Legal recruitment field. Independent Appointments will be looking to re-kindle historical business relationships as well as forging strong new ones under the banner of Legal Appointments.
Writen by: Anthony Brooks on 2019-07-01
Do you remember how recruitment was done before email existed, when piles of CV’s were printed out and stapled or bound nicely together, a cover letter signed and then posted out, either using a local courier, Royal Mail or if it was urgent the Secretary had to hand deliver the documents to the client?
Writen by: Ros Lawrence on 2019-06-25
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