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Google for Jobs Playbook for Recruiters

Google has officially launched its own job-search feature, but what does the search engine need from us to ensure our jobs are included in as many job-seeker search results as possible across the web?

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6 Questions Any Competent Recruiter Knows How to Answer

There’s no doubt about it – the recruitment industry is booming. With a reported 21% growth in new ... Read More

5 Good Habits that Recruiters Should Steal from Marketers

In this digital age, many of the skills required to be a kick-ass recruiter and a top-notch marketer are one and ... Read More

5 Stats That Prove You Need Video in Your Recruitment Strategy

Every so often, a statistic will emerge that gives all our assumptions about the candidate market a serious ... Read More

How Ready Are You for the Future of Recruitment? [Quiz]

The recruitment landscape is rapidly changing. Will your processes keep you top of your game, or are you at risk ... Read More

5 Causes of Recruiter Heartbreak - and How to Avoid Them

Recruitment is all about relationships, and it’s true that sometimes we can be so invested in what we do that our ... Read More

How to Stop Procrastinating When You Have a High Workload

Feeling overwhelmed by the heavy January workload? We hear ya! Read our top tips on how to beat procrastination ... Read More

How to Set Personal Recruitment KPIs to Become a Top Biller

There’s nothing more demotivating than being assigned generic ‘make more placements!’ recruitment KPIs. We all ... Read More

7 of the Best Facebook Groups for Recruiters

Did you know that Facebook has plenty of recruitment groups for you to join? From networking opportunities, to ... Read More

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