How Recruiters Can Influence in a Candidate Shortage

How Recruiters Can Influence in a Candidate Shortage

Australia’s unemployment rate is less than 5%, which is great news for people looking for a job. However, it’s challenging for recruiters trying to find the best people for their clients. In a candidate-short market, most recruiters may need to attract ideal candidates who already have a job. But how do you influence them to

Retraining, Recruiting, and Re-hiring is Expensive; Here’s How To Keep Your Top Employees

Now more than ever businesses are faced with a major challenge of sustaining their skilled and valued employees.  In February this year, Australia recorded 423 000 job vacancies for the month, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) which was 7% higher than in November 2021.  With these figures, employers need to be aware

The Crucial Condition of Candidate Curiosity

Albert Einstein once said in 1952, “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” Now, you might be pondering what correlation one of times greatest physicists’ self-reflection has to do with an article, suggesting from its title, that curiosity is a desirable trait for candidates to possess? To begin answering that question, we

Are You Losing Money As A Recruiter?

Prejudgements, biases and transference during our screening processes and interviews, pave the way toward leading questions, assumptions and ultimately – the likelihood of a replacement or a refund. Picture this – you receive an application for a data entry role from a lady in her 20’s, who lives 5 minutes away from the job. She