April – June 2021: Recruitment Update

By working with Oxford-based companies and performing monthly surveys, we’re able to thoroughly understand the trends and changes of the Oxfordshire recruitment market. We hope you find this information useful, please find our Recruitment Market Update for April – June 2021. April – June 2021: Recruitment Update Our main findings suggest that: Over 86% of […]

January – March 2021: Recruitment Update

By working with Oxford based companies and performing monthly surveys, we’re able to thoroughly understand the trends and changes of the Oxfordshire recruitment market. We hope you find this information useful, please find our Recruitment Market Update for January – March 2021. January – March 2021 Recruitment Update Our main findings suggest that: Over 80% of […]

Benefits of Endorsements

  We often discuss the importance of LinkedIn when it comes to your job search. This is because LinkedIn can go the extra mile in comparison to a CV by proving you possess certain skills and this can be confirmed by others. Here are some tips on how you can improve your skill section and […]

How to Layout Your CV

  We have a lot of blog posts where we give advice on CV’s from our recruitment consultants who have seen it all. However, whether you are in the process of searching for your first role or your tenth role, it may be useful to have a step by step guide on how to create […]

How to make your LinkedIn profile more searchable

In more recent years, LinkedIn has become a very important tool in recruitment. For job searchers, you are able to look for new roles as well as connect with relevant individuals. On the other hand, employers are able to look for relevant candidates through the information provided on profiles. With the huge amount of profiles […]

December 2020 : Recruitment Update

By working with Oxford based companies and performing monthly surveys, we’re able to thoroughly understand the trends and changes of the Oxfordshire recruitment market. We hope you find this information useful, please find our Recruitment Market Update for December below. December Recruitment Update Our main findings suggest that: – We have seen an increase in […]

How to use InMails to further your job search

We know that LinkedIn and, more specifically, the InMail function is an incredibly powerful and effective tool designed to share information, opportunities and start conversations. That’s why it’s always so disappointing when we hear candidates’ experiences of being contacted by a recruiter who then, despite the candidate replying that they’re interested in a role, never […]

October 2020 : Recruitment Update

By working with Oxford based companies and performing monthly surveys, we’re able to thoroughly understand the trends and changes of the Oxfordshire recruitment market. We hope you find this information useful, please find our Recruitment Market Update for October below. October Recruitment Update Our main findings suggest that: – We have seen an interesting shift […]

September 2020 : Recruitment Update

By working with Oxford based companies and performing monthly surveys, we’re able to thoroughly understand the trends and changes of the Oxfordshire recruitment market. We hope you find this information useful, please find our Recruitment Market Update for July below. September Recruitment Update Our main findings suggest that: – Permanent and contract recruitment continues steadily […]

How to prepare for a virtual interview

  Congratulations, you’ve secured an interview, and just because it’s online doesn’t mean you should take it any less seriously.  We have been working with local companies to understand their processes around virtual recruitment and of all the companies who continued their recruitment over the lockdown period, 80% successfully interviewed and onboarded a new member […]

August 2020 : Recruitment Update

By working with Oxford based companies and performing monthly surveys, we’re able to thoroughly understand the trends and changes of the Oxfordshire recruitment market. We hope you find this information useful, please find our Recruitment Market Update for July below. Take a look at our infographic now Our main findings suggest that: – Companies looking […]

How you can help your connections that are #Opentowork

Unfortunately, as the furlough support options change for companies, we’re seeing more and more people facing uncertainty or redundancy in their roles. LinkedIn have introduced a great new feature, allowing those looking for new opportunities to quickly identify themselves with a #Opentowork filter on their profile.    If you’re one of the lucky ones in […]

Top tips for virtual onboarding from companies who have done it.

Sometimes we have to work things out from scratch for ourselves, using trial and error until we get it right. But you only get one chance at making an excellent first impression and onboarding your new starter!  We have been working with local businesses who have successfully onboarded new starters during the lockdown period, to […]

Virtual Onboarding – Should we expect for it continue post-COVID lockdown?

  Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, as a country, we have been tirelessly searching for new ways to do… well everything in both our professional and personal lives. From hosting video calls and online quizzes with family and friends, to creating make-shift desks to get through the working week, everybody has adapted to the lockdown limitations. […]

Top tips for virtual interviewing from companies that have actually done it.

  Are you considering incorporating virtual interview techniques into your recruitment process for the first time? Or perhaps you interview online already but would like to improve? As a recruitment agency, we’re well accustomed to receiving feedback about interviews. Feedback from clients about their candidates for us to pass on, but also feedback from our […]

Virtual Interviewing – A pandemic fad, or should we expect to see it become part of the “new normal”?

Virtual interviews are not new to us. Before the lockdown period, they were less common, but as companies have chosen to continue their recruitment throughout the pandemic, in many cases, they have been the only option available to companies looking to continue growing their teams.  We have been working with local companies to understand their […]

July 2020 : Recruitment Update

We believe that it’s important to be informed about the decisions, actions and processes being put into place and used by local businesses and professionals. By being informed, we are better able to advise our clients and local professionals to make informed decisions too. We hope you find this information useful, please find our Recruitment […]

Data Science Oxford – June 2020

  On 18 June 2020, we’re pleased to have supported the Data Science Oxford meetup group with their very first online event. With more than 30 people in attendance, we were joined by Jon McLoone from Wolfram Research Europe to discuss “Big Problems with Big Data: Managing Risks in AI”. Daniel Hicks, Sourcing Consultant at […]

Celebrating 500 placements!

  We’re pleased to announce that since 2013, we have successfully introduced 500 enthusiastic and highly-talented candidates to over 120 excellent IT and tech companies across the world.  “Recruitment is a privilege” This is one of our founding beliefs and something that still influences our everyday interactions, attitudes and behaviours. Reaching a milestone like 500 […]

Why an informal interview is never just a check-box exercise

It’s a common misconception that an ‘informal’ interview is just a check-box exercise and not to be taken seriously. And as a result, all too often we see excellent candidates fall at the last hurdle. Whether it be an online or physical meeting, all contact between candidates and clients throughout the recruitment process are extremely […]

June 2020 : Recruitment Update

By working with our clients, local businesses and candidates over the last couple of months, we have been gathering information to understand how, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic and now the easing of lockdown measures, the Oxfordshire recruitment market has changed. Take a look at our infographic now Our main findings suggest that: – […]

Working in a post-COVID 19 lockdown reality

The world is changing. After this period of lockdown, there will undoubtedly be another period with just as much uncertainty and turmoil in both our professional and personal capacities as our society battles to find a ‘new normal’.  Although at the time of writing, the government advice is still to work from home where possible, […]

Mental wellness in the workplace post-COVID-19 lockdown

Mental health and the workplace has been on the agenda for a while now, with people becoming more aware of charities such as MIND and recognising the importance of well-being and prominence of mental illness in our modern-day society.  During the COVID-19 pandemic, the best companies have been paying close attention to the mental wellness […]

Returning to the Office post-COVID-19 lockdown

For those companies who have/want to reintegrate their staff back to the office either fully or in part, the planning started weeks ago. Companies of all sizes are affected and there are lots of elements to consider around social distancing, protecting employees and limiting exposure. From speaking to our client companies, plans are being developed […]

Working from home post-COVID-19 lockdown

Obviously, one of the  biggest changes to working life over the last few months has been the shift to working from home.  For many years, flexible and remote working options have been increasingly popular, although before the lockdown, far from commonplace in the UK. In the past few weeks, those opposing this option and businesses […]

Corriculo Labour Exchange Programme

20 May 2020 Success! We found a match! Thank you to all who came forward with resource. We’re pleased to announce we have matched up our first request! An excellent, local company looking for a Frontend Developer resource to help with their website build has managed to find the perfect fit in the form of […]

Events

We support, sponsor and organise a number of meetup and networking events across the Oxfordshire area. Our aim is to support the local Developer and professional networks to ensure a space dedicated to furthering knowledge and meeting like-minded people. Find out more about each of these events and the upcoming dates: .NET Oxford – For […]

May 2020 : Recruitment Update

Over the past couple of months we have been working with our clients, local businesses and candidates to understand how, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Oxfordshire recruitment market is changing, and how companies plan to continue hiring over the next few months. Take a look at our infographic now Our main findings suggest […]

Corriculo career and CV advice calls for those facing uncertainty

Amid the current COVID-19 situation, we’re seeing more and more people approach us who are facing uncertainty in their current role. In an attempt to help where we can, we’re offering a FREE personalised, CV and career advice call with one of our experienced recruitment team members. In this call we can help by: working […]

Redundancy – Top 5 common mistakes (and how to avoid them)

Redundancy is often very unsettling for candidates. They are often caught unawares and unprepared for the news and there are obvious factors that cause instability. The impact of redundancy for some people can be life changing. Sadly, as a Recruitment Agency, we’ve seen this situation often with candidates and there are some fundamental errors that […]

Corriculo shortlisted for Recruiter Awards 2020

We are very pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Recruiter Awards 2020 – Best Candidate Care Award. Our teams dedicate themselves to providing exceptional candidate and client care throughout the recruitment process and we’re very pleased to be recognised in this way. We very much look forward to  being back in […]

Importance of Flexible Interview and Onboarding Process

In the race to secure the best talent, it’s always been vitally important to make sure that your interview and onboarding processes are as flexible as possible. Good candidates usually have a number of options and naturally, they will follow the path of least resistance. This is particularly true when roles are closely matched in […]

March 2020 : Recruitment Update

Over the past week we have been asking questions of our clients and local companies to understand how, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Oxfordshire recruitment market is changing, and how companies plan to continue hiring over the next few months. Take a look at our infographic now Our main findings suggest that: – […]

Benefits of Hiring Contractors

Contract resource to deliver a specific project is nothing new. It does however get far more popular as the market downturns. Why? It can be cheaper Depending on the IR35 status of the contractor, they can save money on all benefits areas including holiday, sick leave and pension contributions. The client pays for the work […]

IR35 Delayed until April 2021: What does this mean for contractors?

Just one week ago Rishi Sunak delivered his first budget. It was something of an emergency budget with a significant number of provisions related to COVID-19. Hidden in the supporting Budget documents there was a single paragraph confirming that the private section IR35 reforms would be going ahead as planned. Fast forward a week and […]

IR35 Delayed until April 2021: What does this mean for companies?

Just one week ago Rishi Sunak delivered his first budget. It was something of an emergency budget with a significant number of provisions related to COVID-19. Hidden in the supporting Budget documents there was a single paragraph confirming that the private section IR35 reforms would be going ahead as planned. Fast forward a week and […]

7 ways to make your job hunt go more smoothly

  The idea of job hunting is not something that most people enjoy. It could quite easily be a full time job, but the reality for most people is that it has to fit around the rest of our lives. There are some simple things that you can do to make the whole process go […]

Why do so many people change jobs in January?

January and February are traditionally very busy times for job seekers, hiring managers and recruiters alike but why do so many people change jobs in January? There are of course many reasons why people change roles but there are several reasons why they do so en masse.   There is a myth that the job […]

6 reasons Public Speaking is something you should be doing more of

  Public speaking. Just hearing those words sends shivers down the spines of most. In fact, Glossophobia (the fear of public speaking) is the second most common fear in the UK* after Acrophobia (the fear of heights). Yet in most jobs, public speaking is something you have to face, and it really is a case […]

Corriculo open a Bristol office

After more than 6 years in business and another successful year of growth,  Corriculo are expanding to open a new office in central Bristol. Currently based at the Oxford Science Park, the recruitment company founded in 2013 now have more than 20 members of staff including Account Management, Delivery and Business Development functions. The decision […]

How you can stop yourself from choosing the wrong job

  I recently posted a blog about why you shouldn’t quit a new job that you hate too quickly but it is, of course, better not to take the wrong job in the first place. Sometimes this is easier said than done, but here are some tips to reduce the risk: Make sure you know […]

Corriculo host free IR35 workshops for local businesses ahead of 2020 changes to contractor tax.

In October, Corriculo will be hosting three 2 hour workshops aimed at local businesses to share information and advice to prepare for the upcoming changes to IR35 contractor tax.  The IR35 changes announced earlier this year mean big changes for companies who work with contractors from April 2020. One of the most prominent changes will […]

What you should be doing now to prepare for your job hunt

If you are thinking of looking for a new job then there are a few things that you can do which will help make the process go more smoothly: Social Media First of all, you can guarantee that prospective employers are looking at your social media accounts at some point during the hiring process. By […]

Why job hunting should never be a rash decision

  We’re all familiar with the scene at the end of the movie when the main character finally cracks, shouts “I QUIT” and storms out. And when you’re unhappy at work, it’s easy to start daydreaming about reenacting that exact situation. But let’s leave it to the movie stars to make these rash decisions on […]

How will the IR35 changes affect small businesses?

If you’re currently hiring people on a contract basis then there are some tax changes HMRC are pushing through that will potentially affect you from April 2020. Here’s our guide to what’s changing, why and how it will affect you. What is IR35? IR35 is a piece of legislation that governs how contractor tax should […]

How will the IR35 changes affect private sector employers?

If you’re currently hiring people on a contract basis then there are some tax changes HMRC are pushing through that will potentially affect you from April 2020. Here’s our guide to what’s changing, why and how it will affect you. What is IR35? IR35 is a piece of legislation that governs how contractor tax should […]

How are the IR35 changes going to affect me?

If you’re currently working through your own limited company on a contract basis then there are some tax changes HMRC are pushing through that will potentially affect you from April 2020. Here’s our guide to what’s changing, why and how it will affect you.   What is IR35? IR35 is a piece of legislation that […]

Graduates – What you need to consider before accepting your first job offer

Looking for that first job after graduating can be a daunting task. Depending on what subject you have studied you might need to decide on your career path as well as the usual choices re the company, role and team. If you’ve successfully navigated this and received an offer then congratulations! Before you go ahead […]

How to research a company before a job interview

Everyone knows that you should research the company before an interview and it sounds simple, but you’d be surprised how often interviewers feel that a candidate hasn’t researched them enough.   There are three main areas you should research; The company The interviewer The role   The Company Don’t just have a look at their […]

How to discuss why you’re leaving a job you hate

We recently had a candidate who, for very good reasons, hated the job they were in and had a very bad relationship with their current boss. This came across very clearly at interview and, unfortunately, from the feedback we received from our client, this was a very big factor in why he wasn’t successful.   […]

5 reasons why you should work for a start-up company

I have talked in a previous post about the fact that when job hunting, salary isn’t the only thing you should think about. The size of the company you want to work for is also important. There has been a lot of press coverage recently about the number of new companies that are starting-up over […]

5 things you need to prepare before your interview

There are loads of clichés about a lack of preparation; failure to prepare is preparing to fail and of course the 5 P’s (whichever version you choose). But they exist for a reason. Not preparing for an interview will seriously impact your chance of success. Here are the most important things you need to do […]

Which silly CV mistakes are costing you interviews?

Over the past 10 years it is fair to say I have seen lots of CVs and sadly there are so many that let the candidate down in one way or another. With some of the minor, obvious mistakes, a Recruitment Consultant might spot and correct them on your behalf before submitting your CV, but […]

Why 90% take-home pay rates for contractors are too good to be true

No-one likes paying taxes and talking about taxes isn’t exactly interesting but, if you’re a contractor, your taxes are more important than ever thanks to changes with IR35.   A few years ago there was a lot of publicity about aggressive tax “management” schemes (some more legal than others) so the government made various legislative […]

Some things to bear in mind when starting out as a contractor

Contracting, be it in IT or another sector, can be a fantastic career choice for many people. It has many benefits over permanent employment; The flexibility of being your own boss A potentially higher income, including greater tax efficiencies A wider variety of projects and work which regularly changes An opportunity to develop skills that […]

What is ITEPA and why does it mean recruitment agencies need my personal details?

There is a perception that too many people are using loop holes to avoid paying their “fair-share” of tax and HMRC shares this opinion. To help counteract this, they have put in place several new pieces of legislation that affect the recruitment industry.  Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act , known as ITEPA, came into […]

Our Top 10 Interview Tips

Here at Corriculo we have been working in the recruitment industry for over 35 years and during this time we have managed candidates through a lot of interviews. Here are our top 10 tips for interview success; 1. Make sure you arrive on time There is a balance here; you should never be even a […]

Why your social media presence is important in your job hunt

  If you are job hunting you will often be told that a good social media presence is important, but why? Quite simply, the game has changed. Previously, successful job hunting has been about who you know or getting your application in front of as many people as possible – but now you have to […]

Beat the summer hiring slow-down with these top job hunting tips

  Summer is nearly here! The weather is improving, and holiday season is right around the corner. It’s great news… Unless you’re looking for a new job. Whilst a break might give you the time to begin your job hunt, it may well clash with everyone else’s holidays too! That means the whole process can […]

Why Salary isn’t the only thing you should consider when job hunting

When it comes to looking for a new job, a lot of people focus on salary but there are various other factors you should be considering; Your day-to-day duties Location Career progression Hours Benefits There is something else though that you should be considering; the size of company. There are many options but each has […]

10 point CV checklist for maximum success

There is lots of advice out there about how to write a CV and there will always be a certain element of personal preference involved when managers and recruiters are reviewing a CV.   There are though, 10 simple things you must do with your CV to make sure you give yourself the best chance […]

Why you need to be organised when it comes to job hunting

“If you’re working, finding a new role is like taking on a second job… Just without the pay!” Searching for a new job is a tough time. In most cases, you’re still working your regular hours, you’re probably feeling either demotivated or unsatisfied in your current role, but now your also spending your free time […]

Corriculo Launches Online Timesheet Portal

This month Corriculo has launched an online timesheet portal for both clients and candidates. Office Manager Victoria Harlock explains why it has been implemented: “We’re always looking at how we can improve the contracting experience for our candidates and clients. Setting up the online timesheet portal has been something we have wanted to do for a […]

Things to consider before accepting a counter offer

You’ve accepted the new job offer, written your resignation letter, built up the courage to tell your boss, and then the unexpected happens…they make you a counter offer. What should you do next?   Handing in your notice is rarely a pleasant experience. Unless you REALLY hate your job, you’re going to have some areas […]

The Budget, IR35 and you

Update July 2019: To find out the latest information about IR35 and how it effects you, see our other blog posts. When the changes to IR35 came into effect for public sector workers last year, many in the industry thought it was only a matter of time before private sector workers were also affected. This […]

7 ways to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile

  Most people know LinkedIn can be a very powerful career tool, but not everyone knows how to make the most of it. One thing you should bear in mind is why people are actually using LinkedIn; to network, to build their career and to hire, including companies screening people who have applied to them. […]

Why trust is key when working with Recruitment Consultants

  The jobseeker/Recruitment Consultant relationship is often overlooked which could be a big career mistake. A Recruitment Consultant that you have a good relationship with will be your biggest advocate to future employers.     So, how do you get the most out of the relationship?     You need to attract each other’s attention. […]

LinkedIn Action Points For Aspiring IT Professionals

You aspire to a fast-track career in IT. You’re in a great role, but want to ensure you progress at a similar pace to your peers. One thing that’s key to achieving this is having a LinkedIn profile that truly sells you. Here we’ll be covering 4 things you must address if you’re ever to […]

How to Prepare for a Job Search in the New Year

  The bringing in of a New Year is a natural period for reflection. For many, it’s a time to kick start the job search in hope of new challenges, better working conditions, and more exciting opportunities. Whatever your reasons for starting your job search, the prep you do beforehand is vital. The steps you […]

10 tips to make sure your interview is less “Trick” and more “Treat” this Halloween

  Here at Corriculo we have been working in the recruitment industry for over 40 years and during this time we have helped candidates through a LOT of interviews. Here are our top 10 tips for interview success;   Make sure you arrive on time. There is a balance here; you should never be even a minute late […]

6 ways to get the most out of a second interview

If you’ve already had one face to face interview (and possibly a telephone interview as well) then you might think that the second interview stage will be easy. Sadly, that isn’t always the case. It’s the stage where you need to get down to the nitty gritty, a bit like the second viewing of a […]

Why a new job should be on your Christmas list and not your New Year’s Resolution

  When it comes to job hunting, you’re probably using lots of tools to make yourself stand out from the crowd, but you could be overlooking an important one – the timing of your application.     There is a common misconception that you would be better off postponing your job search until after Christmas […]

Will any recruitment innovations ever actually become mainstream?

    Today is Back to the Future day and there’s been a lot of talk about which things that featured in the films have actually come into fruition and which haven’t. Hands up who has a hoverboard or self-lacing shoelaces? No-one. Oh well. Here at Corriculo we regularly attend recruitment expos and there are […]

The Oxford hiring market report: Counter offers are creating havoc

  It’s fair to say that here at Corriculo we talk to a lot of hiring and HR managers. As well as recruiting for their IT vacancies, we like to find out what their challenges are. The number one complaint they have in the Oxford area is a lack of candidates being exacerbated by a […]

15 CV tips from recruiters who have seen it all!

I recently wrote a blog about the top 10 interview tips from the team here at Corriculo so now it’s time for the team to share their CV tips;   If you don’t want to include your full address, at least give the first part of your postcode or the town. The postcode will always […]

Why it’s not just candidates who should be honest during an interview

Imagine you have just interviewed the perfect candidate for your role. They tick every one of your boxes and then some! You make them an offer and they accept. As a hiring manager this is exactly how you want the recruitment process to work. Sadly, this can be where it all goes wrong. Once the […]

Why a recent article telling candidates to lie in interviews is wrong and could hurt your career

  It is rare that I will blog off the back of, and to disagree with, a specific article but I came across this one and I had to respond to it. It offers the advice of Peter Harris who is the Editor in Chief of a Canadian job board (which also has UK job […]

Why changing jobs regularly is good for your IT career

There is one piece of universally accepted recruitment wisdom; don’t be a job hopper. Regularly changing jobs ie every six months or so, or even more often than that, will make employers hesitant about hiring you. What’s the point in investing in getting you up to speed if you will be leaving again soon. Did […]

Why your Interview starts in the car park not the meeting room

  If you think your interview doesn’t begin until you have settled into the meeting room then you could be failing interviews before they have even started. One of my top interview tips is to remember that the results of your interview don’t just depend on what happens during the meeting, it covers everything that […]

Why offering flexible working makes sense for employers and employees alike

When I joined the team here at Corriculo I opted to work both part-time and with some home working; I am writing the blog from my home right now. For me it made sense; saving on childcare costs, petrol costs and spending more time with my kids. Wednesday mornings at home are also my most […]

5 Job hunting tips you might not have thought of…..

  There is lots of advice available on job hunting (check out our blog and social media feeds) but here are some tips you might not have come across before:   Once you have written your CV change the font and colour; It tricks our brains into thinking it is a new document and makes […]

Things to consider before making a counter offer

  When a valued employee hands in their notice your first thought may we be “what am I going to do now?” Finding a replacement costs time and money and then there is the cost of on-boarding. It is much easier to just keep the person that you have in place so should you make […]

Why you shouldn’t quit a new job that you hate too quickly

Starting a new job is an exciting time! However, if you are unlucky enough to find yourself in a job that just isn’t what you thought, then don’t despair and DON’T QUIT YET.   In my 11 years within recruitment I have seen various people who have left new jobs very quickly. This can be […]

How social media is changing job hunting

For most, social media channels play a huge part in our day to day lives. In both our professional and personal lives our interactions with those closest to us are shaped by social media. Whether it being LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook or various other channels, social media has wormed its way into the recruitment process just […]

Why it is so important to give feedback after interviews

    A common frustration that we hear from candidates is that they haven’t had feedback, either after sending their CV or having had an interview. Sometimes this is the fault of the recruiter not relaying feedback to the candidate, but all too often the hiring manager causes the problem. Over the years I have […]

Why an informal interview is never just a rubber-stamping exercise

Before the finale of Great British Bake Off many people assumed that Richard would win. He had a great track record during the show. At the final things didn’t exactly go to plan and someone else won. The same thing happens with job hunting.     I’ve see quite often that an interview is considered […]

Why you should never assume your CV has been sent to a company

  When you are job hunting you will inevitably speak to a lot of recruiters and hiring managers. When a recruiter calls they will be making a short-list from which they will choose their final candidates. They should always tell you when your CV has been submitted but don’t assume it has or it could […]

Should you include interests on your CV?

  This came up in our office today and it got me thinking. Should you include your interests on your CV or not? I would say a cautious yes.     An interesting hobby could provide a great talking point at interview stage. Hobbies can also give the hiring manager a snapshot of your personality […]

Why are agencies still posting fake ads and is it ever OK?

Someone tweeted this article about fake job postings this morning. It is an old article but makes a very good point – fake adverts are bad recruitment practice and just waste everyone’s time. There are some agencies who are notorious for doing this but we won’t of course name names. There’s no hope you will […]

Why it’s so important to offer good talent the right salary

  There is a “war for talent” right now which makes your recruitment processes more important than ever. There is a surprisingly common mistake that hiring managers are making. Wondering what it is? Well imagine this situation; You receive an outstanding candidate’s CV for a job offering £35-40k. They are currently on a salary of […]