Passive candidates – those who aren’t currently applying or even looking for new positions – tend to be extremely talented. In fact, it’s often said that the best quality candidates are the passive ones.
As Brexit uncertainty is set to continue well into 2020 and beyond, the world of recruitment – like so many others – is shrouded in unpredictability as the New Year beckons.
Hiring employees can be stressful and extremely time-consuming; however, it’s necessary and important if you want to grow your business.
Millennials are crucial to the modern workforce. So how can you attract the right millennials for your team, and keep them engaged for long-term retention?
The war for top talent in the building services industry is well underway, and companies are all seeking that special edge that will attract and retain top performers.
The skills shortage is deepening across the UK construction industry, with the possible implications of Brexit on the availability of EU workers still to be felt. All employers in the building or energy sectors need to be formulating a powerful, bulletproof recruiting strategy to attract and retain the best talent in the years ahead.