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Recruiting's New Normal: What Your Business Must Do To Keep Up

Like every other business process that’s changing today, successful recruiting is no different. The goal of traditional recruitment has always been to get people in the door as quickly and affordably as possible. 635 more words

Talent Strategy

Simple Guidelines for Selecting the Perfect-Fit New Hire

If your organization is looking to fill a key position, make sure there’s a plan in place.  Successful hires are the result of a deliberate process.  488 more words

Recruitment & Selection

Can they do the job? Will they do the job?

Struggling with clearly identifying what makes a star in your business?

The age old problem with organisations is how do you make sure your people are skilled enough to work for you.   663 more words

Recruitment

Data Protection & Subject Access Requests

From 01 December 2014 it will be a criminal offence for an employer to require people to use their subject access rights under (Section 56 of) the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) to provide certain records as a condition of employment. 179 more words

Military Fitness

Graduate Recruitment: The Cost of Getting It Wrong

Did you know that of the £888 million spent on the the graduate recruitment market in 2013, £112 million was wasted according to a report by CEB; an advisory firm. 80 more words

Recruitment & Selection

What are the Desired Characteristics for Special Operations Surgeons?

Research Paper Title

Planning for Success: Desired Characteristics of Special Operations Surgeons, A Pilot Study.

Background

Selection criteria for Special Operations Forces (SOF) physicians are often unclear to potential candidates without prior SOF experience. 243 more words

Military Fitness

Assessing your Top Talent: Who Has What It Takes to Lead Business Growth?

For those who hold critical roles today, how well do they fit your vision for the future? There are areas where you can help people to develop via training and mentoring, and then there are areas where individuals either have a natural alignment, or they don’t.  715 more words

Talent Strategy