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Recruiting graduates with learning difficulties is both possible and good for the business. By Dickens, it's fair too!

Regular readers might have noticed that nothing riles me more than patently unfair and illogical recruitment practices. Like a modern-day Charles Dickens, I rage against unfairness but not at such great length, you’ll be pleased to hear. 1,336 more words

Recruitment

Kloodle's guide to networking

This is a guest post by Phillip Hayes, CEO & Co-Founder of Kloodle. Kloodle is a social network for graduate recruitment, student employability and early stage careers. 1,088 more words

Applications And CVs

Recruiters and universities: To reach the children, you need to engage with their parents

If you are blessed with small children and doubly blessed with small children talented enough to play football for the local team coached by someone’s dad, then you have surely witnessed the parents from hell. 996 more words

Recruitment

On the 5th Day of Christmas...

On the 5th Day of Christmas…

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FIVE Golden Rules…

The 5 New Rules of Job Search

Recruiting practices have changed with the growth of social media and also with the tough job market we have been experiencing. 46 more words

Graduate Recruitment

Want to be in demand by Ireland’s top graduate employers? Take the gradireland National Student Challenge

The National Student Challenge (NSC) is open again offering a great opportunity to students and a chance to kick start their career in the best possible way, writes Fergal Browne. 569 more words

Careers Advice

Advertising agency first-round interview advice

Congratulations! You’ve made it past the first – and arguably biggest – hurdle. Your application form has sufficiently impressed, and you’ve been granted a first-round interview for the grad scheme of your dreams at an advertising agency. 1,020 more words

Advertising

Staff retention made simple. Lessons from Breakfast News

Despite a tendency to elaborate for comic effect(?), I have always been more Hemingway than Conrad. I admire spare prose, distrust adjectives and would rather poke my eyes out with a hat-pin than suffer the closing chapter of… 719 more words

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