Catch me if you can

The resurgent economy means jobseekers can be more choosy than before, writes Gareth Naughton.

3rd August, 2014
Jean Cullinane, Cullinane Consulting: 'The onus is on the interview board to prepare 100 per cent'. Picture: Dylan Vaughan

The jobs market is moving on. For the past few years, employers have been in the driving seat, but many sectors are now seeing strong competition for talent.

Companies that want access to the best and brightest need to ensure that they are not unintentionally alienating jobseekers by making common mistakes in the recruitment process.

The days when you sent in a CV and application letter by post are behind us. Anyone who has filled...

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