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list of UK Employer Awards 2021

Created On 21-Jul-2021 by

With tools like Glassdoor and Indeed encouraging jobseekers to research potential new employers, it's important that you make a great first impression. There are lots of great companies out there that have a great service/product, but don’t have the time to research and enter competitions. This is more true for HR departments that might have very high levels of employee engagement, and offer a great work environment, but they just don’t have the time to research the Employer Awards that they could run for.

If you can take the time to apply for these kinds of employer awards, you can use them to help attract the best candidates when recruiting. Here's an example of how the winner of the 2021 UK's Best Mid-sized Companies to work for, use their award on the jobs page on their website:

employer award

GDPR-compliant alternatives to using an ATS

Created On 13-Mar-2020 by Deborah Joseph

An applicant tracking system (ATS) is arguably the most important recruitment-related purchase you‘ll make. Now that’s a pretty big statement.

But hear us out; the platform will drive your whole recruitment process, significantly impacting your candidate experience, employer brand, and reporting capacity. Get it right, and you’ll be looking at a multitude of benefits.

how to increase your application rate in 6 easy steps

Created On 09-Mar-2020 by Deborah Joseph

All recruiters know three universal truths:

  1. talent is hard to find 
  2. the rhythm IS gonna get’cha  💃
  3. candidates have more jobs available to them and less time to apply to them

If you’re finding that enough talented people are applying for your vacancies, then you’re luckier than most. Much luckier, in fact. Chances are, you spend far too much time fretting over a lack of quality applications.

10 secrets for reducing your recruitment costs

Created On 06-Mar-2020 by Deborah Joseph

Hiring new staff for your business can be a fun, rewarding process, but it can also burn a hole in your pocket. Not only do you need to take time out of your employees’ busy schedules for screening, interviews, and training, but it can take a few months before your new hire is fully up to speed.