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Graduate recruitment – it’s not a game

05 Mar 2018  by   Laura Lynch

Game-based assessments are starting to play a key role in graduate recruitment, with 75% of multinational HR and talent practitioners saying they would use game-based assessment as part of their screening and selection strategy. Before we follow this ‘shiny object’ trend, we need to ask ourselves, are we really appealing to the millennial workforce? Or are we simply not taking them seriously enough?

Who’s selecting who? Why it’s important to understand a candidate’s perception of the recruitment process

05 Jun 2017  by   Dr Jeff Brown

Impressions formed by a candidate throughout the recruitment and selection process can play a key role in whether a successful applicant accepts the position – and can ultimately influence their behaviour once they are employed. By exploring the selection process from the viewpoint of candidates, organisations can enhance their recruitment processes to positively influence the perceptions and future behaviour of successful applicants.

The new standard for leadership is set

23 Jan 2015  by   Stephen Hickey

This New Years, did you make a resolution to be a better leader at work? Or did you make a commitment to increase the effectiveness of the leaders in your organisation to support the achievement of your business strategy? It’s hard for leaders to be the best they can be without their organisation providing the right support and structure. So, what are top companies doing to best attract, identify, develop and retain their leaders?

Attract and retain the best through your employee value proposition

07 Oct 2014  by   Stephen Hickey

So that you can attract, retain and engage the best talent, creating a strong Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is critical. However, how do you differentiate your EVP to stand out from your competition?

Why preparation is key to success during change

24 Apr 2014  by   Stephen Hickey

When an organisation embarks on change, its purpose is to drive improvement. Whether that change is business expansion, a merger or acquisition, or downsizing, it’s usually the desire to enact a positive effect on the business’ fortunes. Whatever the reason, swift and efficient execution is key. However before you can successfully implement, you need the right capabilities in your workforce to make objectives a reality.