Stay agile when combing the jobs market
On the lookout for new talent? Be aware that there’s a shortage of it at the moment, writes Bernie Keogh
As we enter a new decade, the hiring process is undergoing a major shift and employers need to be agile in their approach to recruitment. There is a shortage of talent in the market, so employers need strategies to attract the best candidates.
The companies that make the best employers are those with a strong vision and clear purpose.
Candidates are naturally drawn to a positive workplace culture. They want good career opportunities, training and...
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