We are living through a time of real significant change, the ability to recruit and engage a new work force not only this keep great staff is starting to rear its ugly head, whilst the concept of offering additional pay for a job well done is not entirely new, still many employers struggle to develop
We are now once again under the toughest restrictions nine months after the first national lockdown, with non-essential businesses having been advised to close. Working from home is back in place if you can, and individuals have been advised not to leave homes for anything except essential purposes.
Due to numerous recent lockdowns and the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies are now taking their work online. Many pandemic recruitment processes now include Skype job interviews online and zoom meetings in the place of in-person meet-the-teams. If you are just starting a remote job or thinking of applying for a remote job and are wondering
Getting used to the ‘new normal’ is something we have all had to deal with recently. But how do you manage when you are job hunting in this new environment? As many offices are switching to temporary or permanently remote working, many companies are also taking their recruitment processes online. If you have been invited